Saturday, March 11, 2017

Small-Space Design Ideas to Borrow from the Iconic Rietveld Schröder House in Utrecht

At the edge of the charming Dutch town of Utrecht, nestled between traditional 20th-century homes and a highway overpass, lies a house that's all planes, lines and pops of primary color. Built in the 1920s by architect Rietveld Schröder in collaboration with his partner (in both love and design) Truus Schröder-Schräder, the building does for architecture what Mondrian did for art: It pares it down to form and color. I recently took a tour of the famous home, and was surprised to find tons of practical small-space solutions hiding inside. Take a peek—then borrow one of these ideas in your own apartment.


from Apartment Therapy | Saving the world, one room at a time

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