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Inspiration for a mediterranean exterior home remodel in Amsterdam

The Provence home of Chantal and HarryMediterranean Exterior, Amsterdam

Photo: Holly Marder © 2013 Houzz
Design: Atelier de Chantal

Inspiration for a mediterranean exterior home remodel in Amsterdam —  Houzz
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guida wrote:Jul 21, 2013
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    Atelier de Chantal
    Hi Guida, the color of the shutters is called Beige Corindon 7639 by La Seigneurie. With this info, you should be able to get an equivalent where you are, all the best, chantal
  • guida
    Thank you very much for the information. Best Regards, Guida
gohar_ohanian wrote:Jul 30, 2013

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janetpaik
Janet Paik added this to My Houzz: A Centuries-Old French Estate Charms AgainJul 12, 2013

One of the key elements of any provincial house is wooden shutters, hand crafted locally according to age-old methods. Ironworkers are encouraged to continue crafting the delicate window latches of the 18th century, details as effective now as they were hundreds of years ago. The best way to keep the house cool in the summer is to close the shutters during the hottest part of the day.Because architects in this region are strict about creating new buildings that echo the past, historic elements and methods continue today, such as gently sloping Roman tiled roofs, traditional wooden shutters, natural stone, and stucco work painted in earthy tones to reflect the natural pigments of the earth. The couple's primary residence is an Amsterdam apartment, though they return here every month and during the holidays. While unoccupied the house is available for rent.See more photos of this homeBrowse more homes by style:Small Homes | Colorful Homes | Eclectic Homes | Modern Homes | Contemporary HomesMidcentury Homes | Ranch Homes | Traditional Homes | Barn HomesTownhouses | Apartments | Lofts | Vacation Homes

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Ferruh Babaoglu added this to Ferruh's ideasJan 1, 2018

One of the key elements of any provincial house is wooden shutters, hand crafted locally according to age-old methods. Ironworkers are encouraged to continue crafting the delicate window latches of the 18th century, details as effective now as they were hundreds of years ago. The best way to keep the house cool in the summer is to close the shutters during the hottest part of the day.Because architects in this region are strict about creating new buildings that echo the past, historic elements and methods continue today, such as gently sloping Roman tiled roofs, traditional wooden shutters, natural stone, and stucco work painted in earthy tones to reflect the natural pigments of the earth. The couple's primary residence is an Amsterdam apartment, though they return here every month and during the holidays. While unoccupied the house is available for rent.See more photos of this homeBrowse more homes by style:Small Homes | Colorful Homes | Eclectic Homes | Modern Homes | Contemporary HomesMidcentury Homes | Ranch Homes | Traditional Homes | Barn HomesTownhouses | Apartments | Lofts | Vacation Homes

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