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A colourful restored barn

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This Dutch barn from the XIX century has been bought by interior designer Larissa van Seumeren and her partner, Peter Kool a couple of years ago. Renovation has been kind of challenging but very rewarding too. Today they live in a modern home maintaining a strong link to the original spirit of the place. The rooms are filled with contemporary, eclectic and romantic pieces where colour is king.

I like the sofa/lounge area around the fire place and you?

Fue un gran reto mantener el carácter de esta granja holandesa del siglo XIX cuando la interiorista Larissa van Seumeren y su pareja, Peter Kool la compraron. Los dos años siguientes se dedicaron a reformar la casa convirtiéndola en una vivienda moderna pero manteniendo el espíritu original. En las habitaciones  se encuentra mobiliario y decoración contemporánea, ecléctica e incluso romántica y con generosas dosis de color.

A mi me cautiva la zona del estar con este sofá a lado del la chimenea. Y a tí, ¿qué te gusta más?

Found vía Elle Decor España.

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5 Responses

  1. I love looking at interiors that have a unique stamp of the owners style, it’s so interesting. Is that a little cubby bed in the cupboard? Really cute – my kids would love that! Mel x

    1. I guess it is, the kids room is areal high light, isn’t it? I like the color of it too! What a nice green!

  2. The fireplace is great indeed – I love the little comfy nook next to it. And the bathroom isn’t bad, either… A stunning space, all in all!

  3. I could definately live there! I love the modular sofa that surrounds that fireplace. I can imagine the double height windows would bring so much light into the loft also. xD

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