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Michiel's Harmonious Dutch Home in Natural Hues

Good morning friends! Stopping by here on this bright and sunny Monday morning in Malmö with the beautiful home of Michiel Bosman. A photographer, stylist and teacher, Michiel has been busy renovating his house in the small town of Bodegraven between Amsterdam and Rotterdam in The Netherlands. The canvas is in place with a calming combination of natural wood, stone and soft earthy hues, and now he has begun to layer it with a perfect blend old and new (with a particular penchant for Scandinavian design - which of course, I love!). Here are a few snapshots from his harmonious home. 

The wooden kitchen cabinets are from the Norwegian family run business Ask og Eng, the marble top is from De Keukenbladenfabriek and the taps are by deVOL. Wooden shelves are laden with artisan objects by ceramicists such as Robynn Storgaard and Poppy Lawman

This popular lamp is popping up in many beautiful homes right now - it's by Valerie Objects

Spotted: pendant lamp from Louis Poulsen*, SK2 chairs from &tradition, Vent stool by Skagerak 


The bedroom is one of Michiel's latest projects, the walls have been painted in 'clay mid' from Little Greene. Next step - art! 

Such a beautiful home. To me, it looks like the perfect canvas, backdrop from which to build upon over time and layer with personal objects, art and everyday items. 

If you love this home as much as I do and have the time today, hop over to Michiel's instagram feed @michieljbosman to see more snapshots and follow his renovation. One of Michel's latest posts really resonated with me in particular, and it's heartwarming to see he has updated the link in his bio to re-direct to a Dutch charity seeking to help those in need. 

Would you like to see a few other Dutch homes this morning? Here are a few I love: 


Stor kram (big hug) to you all at the start of the week. 

Niki

Photography courtesy of Michiel Bosman, shared with kind permission. 

*indicate affiliate partnership links 

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  1. where are the dining chairs from?

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    1. Michiel has taken pictures of his dining area at various different times - hence why there is a whole mixture of chairs. One of them looks s similar to a J39 Mogensen chair (although it's likely not) and another I recognise as the wishbone chair - I hope someone can help with the exact model of the first and also the woven chair! They are very fine specimens!

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  2. What a soothing home. I love the stained glass window.

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    1. Right? I noticed it right away in the first pic and I marveled at how the light filtered through the stained glass gently tints the wall - just a touch of lilac above the top shelf of the shelving unit.
      A dreamy place.

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    2. Yes!! The stain glass windows is so pretty!

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  3. from the french woman : the chair with the jacket is very similae to the model "chair 209 from Thonet".

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    1. Ah yes, that's correct. Must be that! Thank you!

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