AN INTERIOR DESIGNER’S HOME IN BRUSSELS

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The owner of this bohemian style home, Muriel Bardinet, is an interior designer and also the owner of Dune 234, an antique store in Brussels (Belgium). These two professions are reflected in her beautiful home which almost has a poetic atmosphere. The building used to be an orphanage, then a Japanese restaurant and now serves as a family home. The concrete floors combined with raw wood furniture and antique pieces give a very interesting and unique quality to this unusual yet beautiful home.

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Credits: Karel Balas for Milk Magazine.

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4 Responses to AN INTERIOR DESIGNER’S HOME IN BRUSSELS

  1. Great use of neutrals & effortlessly chic styling

  2. firehorse jane

    HATE the taxidermy, but love everything else! :)

  3. In agreement with firehorse jane. The taxidermy is unsettling, and detracts from what would otherwise be gentle wabi sabi design.

  4. Interiors of this house definitely makes a statement. Nice neat home designs

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