Eclectic country house in Belgium

Belgian studio Farris has recently converted an old farm in the suburbs of Brussels into a modern and comfortable home with a very nice design. It combines both classics (antique chest of drawers, calfskin, deer head on the wall), and a loft (brick walls, lighting and the prevalence of graphite color), and also glass walls and huge windows. The fireplace is simply gorgeous – located in the center of the living room, on the one hand, it attracts the whole family, on the other hand, being only an imitation, it reminds of the wonders of modern design art. In general, the design is free from oversaturation, there is a lot of space for movement, a lot of air and freedom.

About Author:
Anna Renard is lead author and design admirer. Anna loves bold, interesting and eclectic interiors.
Like this post? Please share to your friends:

See also

Comments: 4
  1. Ol'ga

    Когда-нибудь все оленьи головы оживут и забодают декораторов.))))

  2. Елена

    Понравилось все, кроме головы оленя. Неужели без нее никак?

  3. Lou

    Голова оленя и ковер из чьей-то кожи испортили впечатление. А так очень интересно.

  4. Лика

    Эффектно! Без головы оленя точно можно обойтись!

Leave a Reply

:) :D :( :o 8O :? 8) :lol: :x :P :oops: :cry: :evil: :twisted: :roll: :wink: :!: :?: :idea: :arrow: :| :mrgreen:

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.