Monday, 22 September 2014

Decorator Annabel Gueret's house in Nantes
































Annabel abandoned Paris two years ago and now enjoy a spacious interior not far from the sea, in the center of Nantes. After 9 months of work in the house which was originally an old tannery,  the result is an astounding open space that perfectly reflects Annabel’s personality. She has a preference for white, rustic and unfinished materials and vintage and unusual pieces of furniture. Her decorating tip : "Don’t be afraid of combining eras, blending styles and sobriety." 

Sunday, 24 August 2014

Bruno Pieters's penthouse in Antwerp





















After living in Paris on and off for years, Bruno, fashion designer, relocated to his hometown of Antwerp where he lives in an open-space penthouse above his studio, a beautiful living in a space that’s arranged around a terrace. He moved in 2005 and did a complete redesign with an architecture firm called B Architecten. "Before the renovation, it was a bit of a wreck. The interior design has changed a lot since I moved in here as it used to be much more minimal. I couldn’t bear to look at its plainness anymore".
Seeing a space which reflects the owner’s personality is much more welcoming than a cold and clean-cut house.