How many times a lot of us read a book, heard a speech or just a simple quote and felt the urge to change something in your life. Well it happens to me often and it’s the same thing over and over again – the need to minimise, to clear from the clutter and all unneeded things. I seriously can’t figure out, how those things end up in my place, there might be a secret hoarder hiding somewhere in our house. The interior, that we’re sharing today, is a style inspiration and de-clutter aspiration for getting something similar in my home someday (better sooner than later). Some might say, that it’s unattainable, because it’s just arranged for a photoshoot, others might say that it’s only possible if you have no kids/pets and I agree, it’s partially true. However, minimising your stuff and finding a specific space for all of the things you own can solve a lot of problems and make your space looking clean and crisp on an everyday basis. This hundred year old city villa is situated in a park, it actually was used as an office until recent renovation. All elements that reminded of the previous office were removed and the spacious property has been re-classified as a residence. The house has five floors, which from the basement to the upper floor has its own function. Even though the house has a plenty of classic elements, because of it’s obvious age, the design and style of interior was tailored to the needs and comfort of today’s lifestyle. And of course the colour palette, it’s the usual neutrals paired with wood, natural stone and crisp black details.
Via Remy Meijer