Crisis interior = design pieces + second-hand gems
The style of the interior in this 1930s house near the city centre of Groningen can best be described as ‘a minimalistic natural basis, furnished with attic finds, second-hand gems, and design pieces’. Markwin and Marieke show how you can cleverly spend your budget in times of crisis and create a great interior by being handy and making smart choices
Country de luxe
The simple decor with a tight color choice and well-chosen feminine details make room for the life that unfolds in the room of the house, and not least in the heart of the house. "We are very pleased with the house, it works as we want it and is really nice to live in. I like our dining room the most; it is located in the middle of the house and used for anything. The room is bright and welcoming and very simply decorated, and I go through it many times over the course of a day," says Lene.
The great happiness with colours is clearly shown in the home of the family. Humour, straight forward and global atmosphere is characteristic for the style which mark the family´s big unique villa.
Creative cupcake home
Julia's love for color, flea market bargains and retro patterns is seen everywhere in the apartment. It is beautifully and creatively decorated with amazing color combinations and a mix between old and new. "I love going to flea markets, and become very inspired of looking at the old designs and color combinations from the 50s and 60s," says Julia.
Renovated allotment garden house
The family of 3 has done a complete renovation of a house in an allotment garden. The result is a light, creative and personal home.