The Glass House by Amsterdam Essentials Interieur & Roy de Scheemaker
The extra large space in Amsterdam in a previous Dutch phone organization building close to the Rijksmuseum is a task by Essentials interieur and Roy de Scheemaker. The space has two levels. The distinction in the middle of sitting and feasting regions is a meter (3 feet).
The owners needed to keep up the extensive size and the long lines of the loft. In the center a crate is arranged for the powder room, closet and mechanicals. It is secured with dim shiny tiles.
Around the crate, distinctive regions are made, such as living, engrossing, dinning, cooking and three rooms. The calm and chicque inside planned by Essential interieur fits into the developing craftsmanship gathering of the proprietor. For the adornments, the clients most loved hues, red, white and blue were utilized.
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