All posts with tag:Belgium

Last week we posted about the apartment in a former glass factory in the Belgian city of Ghent. Today we want to show another home in the same complex, which, being also industrial in its essence, turned out to be softer and brighter than the previous one. There are no rough concrete surfaces, the walls…

The industrial beauty of an old glass factory in Ghent, Belgium, is redefined by the design of this trendy loft apartment for a young family. Rough concrete surfaces, steel furniture and windows, oak parquet are ideally combined here with soft natural textiles, modern Scandinavian furniture and stylish lighting fixtures. The apartment has a separate entrance…

In an extensive renovation, an old barn in Belgium has been transformed into a stylish modern home. Despite the fact that not many interior elements left from the original construction, it was important for the owners to maintain continuity, and not to build a new building on the territory. The designer was inspired by modern…

In the interiors of this Belgian apartment, the designer relied on functionality and laconic design. Almost all the furniture here is custom designed, which made it possible to beautifully beat the space and use the surfaces in an interesting way. For example, the kitchen island is extended on both sides to create shelves, tables, and…

This small apartment in the heart of Brussels is the second home for the owner, who resides in Singapore. The design is based on simple yet sophisticated and elegant shapes and materials, trendy furnishings and light neutral shades, which are diluted with pleasant warm decor. Coffered ceilings are an unexpected solution, but here it was…

Jan Liegois‘s portfolio is something as he shoots the interiors of the best Belgian designers and architects. There are centuries-old mansions with history and character, modern villas in natural minimalism, and cozy rustic houses with an abundance of rough wood and stone. Watching his work, you feel like traveling to the most interesting corners of…

We just love modern Belgian design, which draws its inspiration from the aesthetic imperfections of all natural, mixing it with stylish minimalist influences. Nathalie Deboel is a striking representative of this trend. At first glance, her interiors are very simple, but to achieve such harmony in a modern space, you need to have a special…

‘Interiors with a soul’ – this is how Zara Home titled its new cozy photo story, recently published on their website. Belgian artist Eddy Dankers invited brand designers to his glorious historic mansion in Belgium, inspired by antiquity. The beautiful furnishings and decor by Zara Home fit perfectly into the stunning classic interiors, highlighting the…