Old style homes can also have a special charm that fits with today’s modern housing trends. In addition to small rooms, narrow windows that make the room cramped, furniture degradation is also in a damaged condition. These are some of the reasons why Dutch architects carry out home improvements. Check out this idea book how they turned an old house into a modern mansion with quirky personalities!
1. Before: messy.
This photo shows a pile of scattered house rubble. For the renovation of this house, the owner needed to completely overhaul the roof and the insulation on the outer walls. The inner floor, pipes and drains should also be replaced. Some of the walls and ceilings were also rebuilt.
1. Before: Potential.
This photo shows the initial condition before the house renovation was carried out. Brick and wood will be applied during the renovation later to maintain the charm of this place. In an instant, this room will be modern and unique.
2. Open space with high ceilings.
2. After: A mix of classic and modern rustic.
2. Industry inspiration.
The brick wall at the back brings nostalgia for ancient architecture with a hint of modern industrial style. This room is also decorated with leather upholstery, a wooden table and a large metal lamp. If you observe carefully, you will surely be mesmerized by its beauty.
2. After: The room is full of light.
In this room, we see the design of the stairs as well as the large and modern windows. This provides an opportunity for natural light to flood the home and creates a beautiful setting for the owner to observe from indoors to outdoors. The work of combining various wood and concrete materials creates a unique area.
2. After: Roof top.
At the top of the house there is an attic which has a bedroom, dressing room and bathroom. Similar to the basement of a house, this area is cool and full of natural light. The predominance of pure white and the sink in the entire room really contrasts with the gray floor.