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Suzanne Loggere

Live in a coach house

The orangery with its beautiful garden view was built around 1810 on the Hilverbeek estate that itself is 250 years old. Entrance to the coach house where Suzanne Loggere and her family live. Cosy 'little lounge' with fireplace in prominent dark colours, as a contrast to the white and light living room. Cork wallpaper by Elitis. Chairs and table by Donghia. Photo on the wall by Dutch photographer Rutger ten Broeke (Kahmann Gallery Amsterdam). 'Cowhide Flower White' carpet by the Rug Company.  Suzanne Loggere in her cosy 'little lounge'. Cork wallpaper by Elitis. Chairs and table by Donghia. Photo on the wall by Dutch photographer Rutger ten Broeke (Kahmann Gallery Amsterdam). 'Cowhide Flower White' carpet by the Rug Company. White silk curtains by Metaphores. All the curtains in the house are heavy, loose on the floor with flannel interlinings. Suzanne Loggere sitting on the kitchen terrace with her dog Djago, a Hungarian kuvasz. Suzanne's wish: a bathroom with a bathtub only. Mosaic gray border around the tub, the rest is all white. Curtain by Elitis. Bedroom corner. The table is from Suzanne's own collection via design studio SL. Bathroom near the master bedroom. White leather chair by Marie's Corner in the master bedroom. Hermes bag. Table and floor lamp by design studio SL. Lamp by Porta Romana. The antique vase was inherited by Suzanne. The art object on the wall is by Asiatides via SL. The hall has deliberately been painted dark brown as it leads to the very light living room. The light and spacious living room. Turquoise objects are to be found everywhere in the house. Vases via SL design studio. Furniture by Ascencion de la Torre (ASL). Suzanne left the living room as it was: a very bright and spacious space. Suzanne's children and their friends like to hang out here. Couch by ASL. Plaid by Claudia Barbari. Linen curtains by C&C. Leather desk by Elitis. Lamp on desk by Porta Romana. Over the past 25 years Suzanne has collected quite a large number of objects which became very dear to her. The painting on the wall is created by artist Erik Renssen, a friend of the family. White chair at the desk by ASL. Leather desk by Elitis.  The light and spacious living room. Tablecloth by Lizzo (galuchat).  Above the dining table lamps 'Lola' from Brand van Egmond. Linen chairs by Marie's Corner. Lamp in right corner by Porta Romana. The painting on the wall is created by artist Erik Renssen, a friend of the family. Husband Huibert behind his beloved piano. The painting on the wall is created by Dutch artist Erik Renssen, a family friend. Corner in the living room. Lamp by Porta Romana. The living room. The painting on the wall is created by artist Erik Renssen. Still life in the living room. Lamp by Porta Romana. Leather desk in the living room with fresh flowers from the garden. Detail of the garden and the orangery. The red 'Etro' guest room. Inspired by hotel Costes in Paris, with rich velvet and silk curtains, plaids and pillows, most of them made by Etro. The red 'Etro' guest room. Inspired by hotel Costes in Paris, with velvet and silk curtains, plaids and pillows, most of them made by Etro. Guest's bathroom. Suzanne Loggere has decorated her private bedroom in white and soft grey tones. Bed cover by C&C Milano. The various pillows in ton sur ton white colours and different tissues are from Suzanne's own collection SL.  Bed headboard from Suzanne's own collection, manufactured with a white Elitis fabric. The billiard room finds itself in the old stable of the coach house. The floor is painted in a zebra pattern. Lots of differents pillows in different colours on sofa Dante by ASL (Ascencion de la Torre). The lights above the billiard table are antique. A typical Dutch atmosphere has been created in Suzanne's kitchen by making use of original Dutch 'Witjes' (Dutch wall tiles which have been produced since the 16th century), the black and white tiles on the floor and many shades of blue in antique tableware. A typical Dutch atmosphere has been created in Suzanne's kitchen by making use of original Dutch 'Witjes' (Dutch wall tiles which have been produced since the 16th century), the black and white tiles on the floor and many shades of blue in antique tableware. Diningroom, again with black and white tiles on the floor. Dining chairs by Marie's Corner. Pictures on the wall are family portraits, mainly pictures from Suzanne's three sons. Turquoise accents in the living room. Furniture by Ascencion de la Torre (ASL). Cosy 'little lounge' with prominent dark colours. Cork wallpaper by Elitis. Sofa and table by Donghia. 'Cowhide Flower White' carpet by the Rug Company. The little lounge. Cork wallpaper by Elitis. Chairs and table by Donghia. Photo on the wall by Dutch photographer Rutger ten Broeke (Kahmann Gallery Amsterdam). 'Cowhide Flower White' carpet by the Rug Company. Portrait of Suzanne Loggere in her living room. Portrait of Suzanne Loggere in her living room. Portrait of Suzanne Loggere at the table in her living room. Suzanne Loggere in her living room. The orangery with its beautiful garden view was built around 1810 on the Hilverbeek estate near Hilversum, The Netherlands. The estate itself is 250 years old. The orangery with its beautiful garden view was built around 1810 on the Hilverbeek estate in Hilversum. The estate itself is 250 years old. Fresh flowers are everywhere in the house. Dog Djago, a Hungarian Kuvasz, enjoys the garden.

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