Flexibility and simplicity in one place

There are places and spaces that you like even from the beginning, thanks to their simplicity and good taste. It is definitely the case with the summerhouse in the picture. In the middle of a green world, this house seems the perfect oasis of peace and tranquility. It is so simple and pleasant, that you feel the need to see every corner, every detail and once you did it, you still have the same impression.

No matter where you are, you see a part of a normal, practical house, where warmth and simplicity are the key words. The wooden walls and doors are more than practical, they have all sorts of mirrors, built seats and all sorts of hangers for hats, bags, clothes and everything is at hand, without overcrowding the place. The warmth of the light shades, the white long curtains and the simplicity of the furniture pieces create a pleasant environment that makes you feel at ease and enjoy the peace.

This house is perfect for a retreat, but also the ideal place if you want to escape the noisy life of the big cities and work freely, create whatever you feel the need to create. You have here everything you need: peace, simplicity, but also the comfort of a quiet life and the surrounding environment reveals the beauty and power of nature, away of the daily routine.{found on Hus&Hem}.



Published by in Interiors, on July 11th, 2012

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