Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Interior design I love


Today I like to share with you a few images of the interior design of 4 Belgian houses I have always loved.

 

House # 1 Guest house ‘t Wit Huys Bruges

Katrien, interior designer and owner of this house has decorated this 19th century former hunting lodge into a fabulous guest house. Katrien committed all her talent, choosing to respect all the existing volumes and materials of this historical house.
5Image source : Art & Décoration Avril 2012 Photo credit Bernard Limbour
A beautiful corner in the home, where guests are able to relax. Sofa covered with Belgian linen. English side table and decorative items : Greet Verbeke Antiques Bruges.

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3Image source : Art & Décoration Avril 2012 Photo credit Bernard Limbour
Kitchen with view to the garden. Libeco linen stores.

10Image source : Art & Décoration Avril 2012 Photo credit Bernard Limbour
I just love the way Katrien decorated the corridor! The pine table and stool are so well chosen!

11Image source : Art & Décoration Avril 2012 Photo credit Bernard Limbour
One of the guest bedrooms, decorated and painted in shades of terracotta.

If you love to see more of this gorgeous guest house or if you would love to stay in B&B ‘t Withuys, please visit
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House # 2 Home of Belgian interior designer Ariane von Rothkirch
The charming home of the Belgian interior designer Ariane von Rothkirch.
I just love this house because of its cozy corners!
“We live in a cold, rainy country. So we need a very personal and cozy home.” ,says Ariane.

17Image source : Wonen Landelijke Stijl editie 05/2010 Photp credit : Bieke Claessens
Notice that steel window.

18Image source : Wonen Landelijke Stijl editie 05/2010 Photp credit : Bieke Claessens
Linen draperies in the dining room.

19Image source : Wonen Landelijke Stijl editie 05/2010 Photp credit : Bieke Claessens
Ariane at work in her kitchen.

20AImage source : Wonen Landelijke Stijl editie 05/2010 Photp credit : Bieke Claessens
The glazed door on the first floor’s corridor has a steel frame.

20Image source : Wonen Landelijke Stijl editie 05/2010 Photp credit : Bieke Claessens
Beautiful bedroom with oak built-in bookcase.
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House # 3 Home of Belgian interior designer Ingrid of Porte Bonheur
Ingrid and Annemie are both interior designers and owners of the Belgian based company Porte Bonheur.
Designing and decorating houses, they both love to use reclaimed and natural materials.
21Image source : Wonen Landelijke Stijl editie 05/2010 Photp credit : Bieke Claessens
Belgian linen for upholstery and window treatment.
In some of the rooms you will notice small steel windows which give the house an extra charm.

22Image source : Wonen Landelijke Stijl editie 05/2010 Photp credit : Bieke Claessens
Well chosen color palette in all of the rooms.The spaces seem to flow into each other.
Don’t you love the linen table-cloth in combination with the carpet ?

23Image source : Wonen Landelijke Stijl editie 05/2010 Photp credit : Bieke Claessens
Natural materials for the kitchen as the oak counter tops and zelliges wall tiles.

24AImage source : Wonen Landelijke Stijl editie 05/2010 Photp credit : Bieke Claessens
A beautiful reclaimed door at the corridor.

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House # 4 My sister’s home
I have always loved to help my sister with the interior design and decoration of her house. Fortunately we have similar taste and it has always been a pleasure to go hunting for furniture, antiques and decorative accessories for her house.
28Image source :Lefèvre Interiors Photo credit : Jo Pauwels
Armchair and footstool found at Michel Lambrecht Art & Decoration Brussels.

25Image source : Lefèvre Interiors Photo credit Montse Garriga
Swedish chairs found at Geert De Bruycker Antiques Antwerp.

27Image source : Lefèvre Interiors Photo credit Montse Garriga
Kitchen cabinets, kitchen isle and inner doors, custom made by our company Lefèvre Interiors.

29Image source : Lefèvre Interiors Photo credit Montse Garriga
Oak staircase with wrought iron balusters and oak handrail.

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