Good morning dear readers,
As I often get emails of you asking about Belgian interior design magazines, I would love to introduce you to one of our leading home and interior design magazines.
HOME SWEET HOME is a quarterly Belgian magazine showcasing the best of interior and architectural projects, that Belgian building contractors, architects, interior designers and landscape designers have to offer.
This is the cover of the latest issue (Spring 2014) of HOME SWEET HOME.
Cover HOME SWEET HOME Spring 2014- issue 83
By posting pictures of 2 projects, featured in the 2 latest issues of the magazine, I will try to give you an idea of what the magazine has to offer.
Twined volumes built with salvaged materials – Belgian reclaimed bricks and roof tiles. Combining steel and wooden window frames. At the far right you can see a glimpse of a thatched roof. Image source Home Sweet Home FB page
Airy and light kitchen with glazed walls to obtain a panoramic view of the garden. The reclaimed wooden beams seem to go from the inside to the outside.Image source Home Sweet Home FB page
Reclaimed Belgian rooftiles – Notice the reclaimed oak wood used here - Façade of reclaimed whitewashed brickstone.Image source Home Sweet Home FB page
Looking through the steel window you notice a steel double door. Gorgeous!Image source Home Sweet Home FB page
Project II : featured in the issue of Home Sweet Home Winter 2013 n°82
Credits : Project by Bouw-iD - Architect Jurgen Weyne – Interior design Séverine Jaspar – Photography Caroline Monbailliu
This house is newly built, in the middle of the Flemish Ardennes. It is realized with recycled building materials and numerous almost forgotten construction techniques. That is why it does look so authentic, as it has been there for ages. The extension - an aged oak construction - accomodates the kitchen.Image source Home Sweet Home Website
Beautiful oak frontdoor with Belgian blue stone surrounding. A wonderful match with the color of the limewashed brick façade.Image source Home Sweet Home Website
The traditional and rounded stucco, the beautiful woodwork and beautiful floors give the house a charming look.Image source Home Sweet Home Website
This new build house melts away seamlessly in the countryside and in the Flemish architectural history.Image source Home Sweet Home Website
I am sure you all will love this Belgian magazine !