Country house by the sea
At this Estate by the Sea, it is easy to see how the lines of sight in the interior blur the boundary between inside and outside. In almost all spaces, the outdoor space acts as a backdrop in which daily life takes place. The use of natural materials further enhances this feeling. Indoors, the relationship between different living spaces plays an important role. On both the ground and upper floors, they flow together seamlessly almost without exception. The interplay of lines looks natural, but every intervention has been thought through to the smallest detail. It resulted in a luxurious, comfortable livable but also natural interior.
From the inside out
Outdoor living played a leading role in the design of this country house. Not only because of its seaside location, but also because of the client’s passion for horses, the view is outside. Literally. Thanks to the sight lines at ground level, the distinction between the tree-lined lot and the residence blurs. In almost all spaces, the outdoor space therefore acts as a backdrop in which daily life takes place. The natural materials used in all living spaces enhance this feeling. Although the furnishings are contemporary and extremely functional, the interior exudes an almost rural atmosphere due to the shades chosen. Around the terrace, everything comes together. Kitchen, garden room, porch and living room connect, literally breaking down the boundary between inside and outside.
For the interior design, Remy Meijers was given a free hand. In a forest of infinite possibilities, this forces him to make the right choices. The sight lines served as the starting point for this on the first floor and upstairs. In addition, the relationship between the different living spaces played an important role. Thus, the master bedroom, wardrobe room, sauna and bathroom flow together almost seamlessly. Nothing was left to chance. The interplay of lines looks natural, but every intervention has been thought through to the smallest detail. The result of that approach is a luxurious, comfortable and livable interior that does not impose itself on users anywhere.
Remy Meijers and TWIN DOORS
A door is not just a closing feature in the home. On the contrary. On the contrary, it is a mood creator. Remy emphasizes this with the door collection he designed for TWIN DOORS, which exudes a serene luxury. The transparent nature of the designed pivot doors allows the different spaces to flow into each other. He creates tension by working with honest materials such as glass, wood, stone and metal. Those choices also make it possible to personalize the door. You can do the same with the striking shades of bronze, champagne, light gray and the application of a leather inlay in the door frame, as with the TWIN DOORS in this seaside mansion.
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