Former Milk Factory Transformed Into Unique Family Home

A former milk factory in The Hague has been transformed into a unique family home. The home belongs to Mary Hessing, editor of Dutch magazine Eigen Huis & Interieur, and her husband Toon Lauwen, curator, journalist and design books editor. The couple bought the former milk factory 12 years ago and together – without the use of an architect – they created a family home over three levels. The large open plan living space can be reached through the converted garage. The black and white tiles can be seen through the entire ground floor including the kitchen where it is combined with sea green Moroccan tiles. The living space has an industrial vibe with the concrete floor and steel frames. To soften this they used pink and green in the decorations. Upstairs, under the exposed beams, there is a large open plan space that serves as the bedroom and playroom of 2 of the children. This converted milk factory In The Netherlands certainly is one of the most unique homes I’ve ever seen.

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photos by Alex Profit

 

I’m a big fan of converted buildings. Just look at the tag conversion to see more converted spaces

 

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2 Comments

  1. Very nice home. What’s really cool about it is not only does it have a very unique decor, it has an equally unique history. Your house used to be a milk factory, not many people can say that.

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