Pack your bags, today we are heading out to the Netherlands!  The Villa Aan De Vect is a beautiful modern home designed by the architectural firm HOGO from Helmon, in the Netherlands.  The home, inside and out, incorporates the clean lines and neutral tones that we’ve come to expect from modern design.  However, the designers were able to sprinkle in a few traditional elements such as muted still-life paintings, representational sculpture, and a reclaimed wood table that could hold the dinner conversation all on its own.  The Villa Aan De Vect transitions between traditional and modern style with an elegant ease — both time periods resting comfortably on the strong shoulders of great design.


Modern Direct Vent Fireplace

Sky L T by Element4: this see-through, vertical fireplace makes for an instant and stunning focal point without disrupting the natural flow of the space.


Sky L T by Element4



The Backyard



Attention to material: clean stainless steel transitions into the meandering veins of marble as your eye moves around the kitchen.



Still-life: These paintings bring a sense of grounded calm to the modern, hard-edged, cabinets and island in the kitchen.



The devil is in the details.


Posted by: Cory John Ploessl
Cory is the Marketing Manager for European Home.  He has an MFA in Sculpture from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston.  He writes about fireplace and modern design on the European Home Blog.

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