Home tour

The transformation of a former brewery

Today's home tour takes us to visit an apartment near Antwerp born of a conversion project of a former brewery and malt factory. This former factory has been transformed into The Cubes, a complex of four new-build blocks which were developed by Brussels-based architecture firm Bogdan & Van Broeck and that contain apartments, offices, artist studios, a museum and public squares. The ...

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An apartment in the Marais transformed into a mini loft with an industrial allure

Today I bring you to visit a small apartment in the Marais district in Paris, one of the most fashionable and vibrant areas of Paris. The apartment, renovated by architect Maureen Karsenty for a young couple, is not, however, the classic Parisian Haussmannian apartment. The renovation was intended to give the apartment a mini loft allure, incorporating some industrial elements such as the glass ...

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Black accents to create an interior with personality.

New week, new home tour! The dominant colors in this apartment are grey and black and, since these are my favorite colors for interiors at the moment, I like it very much. But do not think of a dark and "sad" home, the result is a bright and relaxing apartment but with a lot of personality. The main color chosen is a light grey that dominates on the walls, kitchen, sofa and fabrics. This ...

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The home of Elisabeth Heier, interior designer and blogger.

Today's home tour takes us to Elizabeth Heier’s home, a talented interior designer, stylist and blogger based in Oslo. The motto behind the choice of colors and furnishings seems to be "less is more". Natural materials, neutral colors and minimal furnishings are the characteristics of this apartment. The flat is a true example of minimalist style and clean design can create a cozy and relaxing ...

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A dip in the blue

Today I want to take you to visit a total blue apartment ( well, rather than blue, it is a wonderful dusty blue - read here my post on denim drift color):  this is the house in Oslo of the Italian-Norwegian stylist duo Kråkvik & D'Orazio. The choice of this smooky blue, which dominates on the walls, doors and furniture of the interior, reflects the eclectic and not trivial style of its ...

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