Like Nate Berkus, Ineke, aka the Huizenfee, is a regular here on Homevoyeurs. I wrote about her work for the Wisseloord Studio’s not too long ago, and about the house she restyled in Laren. That sold last year, so the new owners will be calling it home soon. Her own home is now for sale too. It’s in the picturesque village of Laren in ‘het Gooi’. The Netherlands’ answer to Connecticut. She bought the house a few years back and revamped it to its current glory.
The house looks old, but was built in 1980
The vaulted ceiling was created by taking out an oddly placed mezzanine
I love the dining chairs and massive table
The house is built in a horse-shoe shape so features a secluded patio with a veranda
The wooden doors are antiques Ineke picked up at an antique materials store. They’re from an old school. They can be folded entirely to allow an open flow from the kitchen to the patio
The kitchen is great! It’s big enough for a small breakfast table but also has an adjacent smaller dining room
My favourite part of the house. The view from the living room with fireplace to the veranda and patio