Good taste is a habitual quality among the Dutch, as showed by their peculiar architecture, with their characteristic roofs and numerous big windows. In Holland, one of the most transparent countries in Europe, there are large windows aplenty. The curtains have a merely decorative aim, they haven´t been conceived to hide the interior. The Dutch lead their lives with the curtains wide open, maybe that is the reason why they take the greatest care over interior design, which makes it the ideal context for our interior design experts.
Outside of the House.
At Soher, we have travelled to an idyllic Dutch village with a personality of its own to carry out a decoration project in this stately house, representative of the Netherlander architectonic tradition.
In the hall, our team paid special attention to the visual fusion, where the wallpaper merges with the dark marble of the sideboard. The carvings with gold leaf and the mirror carved in Louis XVI style gives the finishing touch.
One of the great challenges of the project was to combine furniture and decoration pieces from the collections Venezia and Imperio to create a genuine and perfectly harmonious composition. Finally, thanks to the skill and expertise of our design team, the result is an ideal fusion to create elegant and comfortable atmospheres like the one in the dining room.
The bedroom provides a cosy and warm atmosphere. Each and every piece in mahogany veneer creates a delicious contrast with the wooden floor. The impeccable marquetry and the decorative elements like the French-style ottoman set a distinctive air.
Double bedroom´s dressing room.