A nice little cottage, called Lülloff-Houlbergs, makes the perfect summer home to hang out and relax in a very quiet area. It was built in 1943 and ever since the cottage has suffered a lot of modifications and renovations. This latest shows the exterior painted in black, to contrast with the white window frames.
Inside, black walls were chosen, as well, along with an almost disturbingly clean white. In the kitchen, the powerful contrast is more highlighted with the yellow. Spots of color here and there make the place animate and furnishings bring back the old smell of the cottage. The living room hosts a very interesting baldachin bed instead of a sofa and a cushion is improvised from four pallets, having a soft blanket on.
The bathroom keeps has the same innovative spirit, with the shower being kept private by a black curtain. The place is all black and white, but with by adding colorful decoration elements and furnishings, it transforms in the joyful cottage.