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Riette’s small apartment in Amsterdam | Milkbottle

Riette's small apartment in Amsterdam

Riette collects cups and saucers and small plates with pink roses on it. On every market she searches for it.

Living, working, sleeping, cooking and soaking (in a Roll Top Bath!) Riëtte does it all in her cozy apartment (anno 1910) of 65 m2 in Amsterdam. The smart home solutions and a clear vision brings that it always looks tidy. Her place is quiet, clear and peaceful which works perfect when you are living within the hectic of the big city.

Kitchen from IKEA. The tap is from Newform and the stove is from Atag.
Blocks of wood painted bright white are used by Riette for her photo albums.
left Kitchen from IKEA. The tap is from Newform and the stove is from Atag.
right Blocks of wood painted bright white are used by Riette for her photo albums.
Part of the living room with beautiful sliding doors and a Tolix chair Roll Top Bath with laundry.
left Part of the living room with beautiful sliding doors and a Tolix chair
right Roll Top Bath with laundry.
One of Riette's favourite spots. The table near the window is a beer table which she painted white. Stool by Tolix on the balcony and under the table. The lamp in the corner is the Tolomeo Lettura by Artemide
One of Riette's favourite spots. The table near the window is a beer table which she painted white. Stool by Tolix on the balcony and under the table. The lamp in the corner is the Tolomeo Lettura by Artemide

Images: Marjon Hoogervorst via Taverne Agency and Anouk Brands. Stove by Atag, kitchen by IKEA, tap by Newform. Wooden stools are thrift store finds. Floorlamp Tolomeo Lettura by Artemide. Tolix chairs and stools

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