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Rebubliek Bloemendaal | A Seaside Restaurant by Anne Claus Interiors


Republiek Bloemandaal is a beachside restaurant located an hour from central Amsterdam. Originally operating as a temporary pavilion, erected and dismantled every summer, it has now become a permanent year-round space. Designed by Dutch architect Heiko Hulsker, the owners enlisted Anne Claus Interiors to create the interior spaces. With sand-coloured walls and a mix of linen, cane and teak wood furnishings, the restaurant brings nature indoors, providing a wonderful sense of cohesion with its beautiful surroundings.

Aside from the warm earthy palette and use of natural materials, I love how the high ceilings have been used to full advantage with the installation of tall indoor trees and the hanging of paper pendant lights to form a sculptural element. The restaurant features a mix of formal dining areas and relaxed lounge areas. My favourite area is the one with the built-in seating around the fireplace. What a wonderfully cosy spot to enjoy a pre-dinner drink! 

See the project in full at Anne Claus Interiors

For more seaside travel escapism, take a look at the recently featured Villa Mandra K-Studio

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