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A most stylish home in Antwerp

This matches pretty much my own style and taste. The home structure is to die for, seriously I would move in right now, and that happens not very often, right? When flipping through magazines or surfing the net, you might love the flooring or ceiling, a part of the selected furniture, a fire place, the bath tub…but the entire interior design and home?

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Mélanie, founder of Simple Kids had passed in front of this house many times before realizing it was on sale. When visiting, she found out that the old structure was in a really good shape probably due to the fact it had belonged to the same family for more than a century. Recent works had been undertaking by Belgium architect Vincent Van Duysen (see his home here), and as a result you can admire a light flooded space with few walls.

I love Milk Magazine‘s articles, the interior designs they feature and how they photograph the home’s owner too, it makes the article a bit more lively, don’t you think?

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9 Responses

  1. I could totally see you living there Gudy, it really is your style. There’s so many things I love about this place too – especially using the mantle to store magazines, such a great idea and graphic. Over this side of the world it’s common practice to photograph the owners but I have noticed that it barely happens in the northern hemisphere. x M

    1. I was checking immediately if there were antlers or anything similar…but it’s not, right? Can’t stand them either!x

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