The Parc Broekhuizen: modern motifs in an 18th century townhouse in the Netherlands

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    The creators of the interior of the hotel Parc Broekhuizen in Utrecht, the Netherlands, is not afraid to dilute the classic 18th-century interiors with modern furniture and minimalist. Furniture, interesting forms here perfectly caught with frescoes and tapestries, and a little bathroom space located on a marble pedestal in the middle of the front bedrooms. The corridor was painted green, placed on top of the flowers in pots, and in one of the rooms, laid carpet, reminiscent of the paintings of Louis XVI. The hotel has a refined restaurant, a bar with unique cocktails, and the Park adjacent to the hotel is part of the national Park utrechtse Heuvelrug, the second largest national Park of the Netherlands.

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