Featuring: The Dutch parents Babette and Willem are officially divorced. But live together in a former fish smokehouse. The building is separated so each parent can live in their own living area. Babette to the left of the smokehouse and Willem to the right. The 2 older teenage children live right in the middle of the building.The House: The house is a former fish smokehouse from 1859. Before Babette and Willem bought this building, it was transformed into an artist's studio. The former fish smokehouse consists of three rectangular building volumes of equal length. Babette lives in the left building where the fish were strung on sticks and smoked. The middle part consisting of the children's rooms is divided by glass doors connecting the two houses. The larger space belongs to Willem with a large kitchen and living space. Once this space acted as a carriage house where the horses and wooden wagons used to have their place.The Style: Each home has its own personality. Babette’s home is feminine pink, colorful, and cozy. Willem's living area has become a great mix of old and new details. The raw walls and wooden floors are from the original smokehouse. A lot of the projects Willem has done himself such as the ‘Pac Man’ fireplace and an updated bathroom for Babette.
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