It’s strange actually, I’m from The Netherlands but I rarely post about Dutch homes even though I’m always impressed with historic Dutch architecture (I’m sure anyone who has been to a historic Dutch city will agree with me on that). But today that’s going to change with this Scandinavian inspired home in a characteristic Dutch street in Rotterdam. The home was recently sold but it belonged to Manfung & Angel, a Dutch blogger and founders of OHMYHOME, and luckily for us they had their beautiful home photographed so we can still enjoy it. The home dates from 1900 but the couple completely renovated the historic home to make it to their liking. They renovated almost everything and got new walls, kitchen, bathroom and floors and by that they created a beautiful sun-filled Scandinavian inspired home that luckily still shows the buildings history by having the wooden beams exposed on the top floor. I’m sure they were very sad to leave this stunning home but maybe we can look forward to some photographes of their new home which I’m sure is just as lovely as this light 1900s Scandi inspired home.
photography by Cloudcuckoo.nl
Manfung shares her interior inspiration on her blog inrichting-huis (it’s in Dutch but if you don’t speak the language you can still admire the pictures) and if you want to get the look of their home head over to OHMYHOME where they sell beautiful products such as ceramics, kids items, lighting and posters (and they ship internationally as well!)