Weekend Inspiration

Happy weekend everybody! I’ve been longing for more light this week and so I wanted to show you this Dutch home that was converted from a children’s nursery. The enormous windows and doors flood the space with natural light, which bounces around the home from the white floors and walls. The choice of furniture is a clever mix of modern and antique, colourful and natural, all of which can shine against the beautiful backdrop of this unique building.

Like all homes that I show you here, you may not like everything about this house but the point is to search out the elements that inspire you, that you can relate to, that make you want to recreate them in your own home. Personally, I feel quite inspired by the collection of dining chairs, the collection of green glass on top of the drawers and the arrangement of art. How about you?

Children's nursery conversion | Apartment Apothecary

Children's nursery conversion | Apartment Apothecary

Children's nursery conversion | Apartment Apothecary

Children's nursery conversion | Apartment Apothecary

Children's nursery conversion | Apartment Apothecary

Children's nursery conversion | Apartment Apothecary

Children's nursery conversion | Apartment Apothecary

Children's nursery conversion | Apartment Apothecary

All photographs were taken by Jansje Klazinga for VT Wonen. Pop over to see more images.

Have a wonderful one!

Katy x

 

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7 Comments

  1. Ana Lima 6th February 2015 / 11:38 am

    It’s hard not to like anything about this house.
    From the light,floors to the beams,the art and the beautiful chairs,table…
    I really love that table by the window and the Glass collection is amazing too.

    Have a great weekend

    Ana

    • katy 7th February 2015 / 9:02 am

      I agree! I wish I could move in tomorrow x

  2. Rachel 6th February 2015 / 12:28 pm

    Seconded, there actually isn’t anything I dislike about this! Those huge doors are amazing, what a gorgeous light space that must be to spend time in. I would quite like to be transported there now with my cup of tea! Happy friday xx

    • katy 7th February 2015 / 9:03 am

      Me too! What I wouldn’t do for those huge doors and the garden looks lush too x

  3. Emma Harris 6th February 2015 / 6:38 pm

    Those windows and the light! What a beautiful home, thanks for sharing xx

    • katy 7th February 2015 / 9:04 am

      I’ve always longed to live somewhere with double height ceilings – you just can’t beat that sort of light filled space. If only!! X

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