Canal House Dating From The 1700s Transformed Into An Open Modern Loft

Amsterdam holds within its confines amazing architecture that has evolved across centuries and combines a variety of styles and eras ever so seamlessly. The beautiful canal houses in the city epitomize its rich past and tradition and it is in one such canal home that the Bloemgracht loft sits in. Originally built in 1752, the loft served as a sugar refinery before it was transformed into a residential unit and spread across 150 square meters its latest, revamped version blends its past and present ever so elegantly. Completely renovated by Standard Studio, the loft apartment today serves the needs of a young stock broker and does so with refined flamboyance.

Stylish kitchen becomes the focal point of the new kitchen Bloemgracht Loft by Standard Studio in Amsterdam Industrial modern kitchen with exposed wooden beams and gray cabinets Interior of renovated Amsterdam canal home from the late 1700s Marble kitchen island and leather bar stools add a hint of luxury to the setting Bench and storage next to the window Gallery-styled hallway filled with ar2rk Home work area and loft space above Luxurious Eames Lounger in the master bedroom Master bedroom and bath with floor lamp and Eames Lounger Sconce light next to the bed save up precious space Corner shower area in the master bedroom with bathtub Concrete walls inside the contemporary bathroom

The original interior was split into many tiny rooms that created a cluttered, dark and damp environment and Standard Studio altered this by opting for a floor plan that was both open and cheerful. By removing unnecessary walls and bringing in ample natural light, the loft acquired a more modern-industrial appeal that you encounter in loft homes across the globe. Exposed ceiling beams remind us of the apartment’s past while concrete and unfinished hot rolled steel give it a sleek, industrial vibe.

Bloemgracht Loft by Standard Studio in Amsterdam Industrial modern kitchen with exposed wooden beams and gray cabinets Interior of renovated Amsterdam canal home from the late 1700s Marble kitchen island and leather bar stools add a hint of luxury to the setting Bench and storage next to the window


It is the lovely kitchen with powder coated steel and marble surfaces that becomes the heart and soul of the new interior while a split level living area and dining space sit right next to it. The master bedroom and bath also embrace a Scandinavian-inspired minimalism that echoes throughout the home thanks to the extensive use of white and gray. A sauna, large bathroom with 2 rainfall showers, home office and a large walk-in wardrobe complete this fascinating and fashionable Amsterdam home.

Gallery-styled hallway filled with ar2rk Gray and white are the colors of choice inside the stylish apartment Home work area and loft space above Luxurious Eames Lounger in the master bedroom Master bedroom and bath with floor lamp and Eames Lounger

The end result is a stunning, contemporary loft that embraces the original character of the building. Together with Modern Vintage, the furniture supplier, and Eginstill, who made the kitchen and some bespoke items, we could say that all 3 combined, turn out to be a match made in heaven…

Sconce light next to the bed save up precious space Corner shower area in the master bedroom with bathtub Concrete walls inside the contemporary bathroom Floor plan of renovated Amsterdam home

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