Utrecht based interior architect Remy Meijers designed a house on the outskirts of the Hague, the Netherlands, with a minimalist interior in shades of white and grey. Daylight penetrates deep into the more than hundred years old building, reflected on the all-white walls.
Photography © René Gonkel | Courtesy of Remy Meijers
Descritption by Remy Meijers:
“The French owners of this house on the outskirts of The Hague enjoy a light surrounding. For the renovation of this more than hundred year old building that was the starting point. The original layout, the characteristic living room and the original ornaments have been maintained. On the ground floor the separation between living room and kitchen is demolished allowing daylight to penetrate deep into the house. The white walls contribute to the light, spatial character of the mansion. In this sober, open interior wooden elements act as modest highlights.”