HOUSE of ZAZI
Jeanne De Kroon’s 17th-century home ‘1642’, serves as a love letter to her Dutch heritage, as well as an homage to her love for textile, antiques that have lived a life before and tangible memory tokens. The building holds many of its original features, including a Renaissance façade and Delft-tiled fireplaces depicting milkmaids and windmills, as well as stained-glass windows, cherry-red shutters and beams, and a wooden spiral staircase.
The so called 'HOUSE of ZAZI' is now available to rent for photoshoots, events and more. If you're interested, have a look at the PDF or contact us via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org