A 200-year old townhouse in the historic Leiden, Netherlands lands a make-over and is turned into a modern minimalist home with history.
The original structure remains the same while the interior has been stripped and re-vamped with multifunctional furniture and a twisting staircase to get to each of the three levels.
Total square footage on this 17th-century neatly stacked townhouse is 807 square feet.
Wooden furniture is built-in on each level to provide storage, seating, desk, lounge areas, bedding, and more.
This open plan three story townhouse is functional, yet simple, which keeps the house’s original character.
Three-story townhouse Turned into Minimalist Home
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