Fabulous Feminine Scandinavian Style In A Dutch Remodelled Church
Initially, when I first saw this image, I assumed it was Scandinavian. I was delighted to discover that this home is located near a forest in the North of the Netherlands. I have a love of all things Dutch, I’m not sure why. I was very impressed with this house! The owners have managed to completely transform an old Church into a beautiful cozy home.
The amazing use of pastel shades and elements of nature make the decor bright, beautiful and calming. The owners had the task of making a large space with incredibly high ceilings, cozy and homely. To do this, they used a large furniture and hanging lamps.
The living room has a large lamp, more like a lantern, allowing the open space is divided into parts. The couple love their home’s large windows and love the patterns created by the streaming light, that change throughout the year. Since the house is located on the edge of the forest, they are provided with a beautiful landscape and perfect views. I’m
incredibly slightly jealous *ahem*.
The whole house is decorated in the same colour palette, which allows the eye to flow throughout the space with ease. I love the peek of vintage wallpaper you can see in the bottom corner! It’s a gorgeous pattern with the three colours that you see repeated throughout the house.
I love the different use of patterns.
This is a clever little entryway station!
I absolutely adore this bedroom and the use of church pews you can see throughout the house! The colours on the bedroom are very bold but work perfectly in their all white surroundings. I absolutely love that floor.
This is great decor for a boys nursery! It’s a good way to go if you don’t know the sec of your baby, then after the birth you can introduce the more feminine or masculine colours within your homes colour scheme!
Photographer: Jetje Janmaat / House of Pictures
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