If you admire Belgian design and luxe European country homes with bespoke interiors and fine detailing, you may feel as though you have died and gone to heaven with today’s lovely inspiration gallery from Belgium!
So let’s celebrate Greet’s new venture by once again peeking inside her windows to discover the beauty of Belgian interior design and superior craftsmanship from artisans from her family business, Lefèvre Interiors,
Images: Greet Lefèvre and Claude Smekens
The soft, velvety palette of the images above sets my soul at ease and ushers me into tranquility!
Belgian Kitchen Design Inspiration from Greet Lefèvre
A Dreamy Palette
Elegant Architectural Elements
An orangery or orangerie was a room or a dedicated building on the grounds of fashionable residences from the 17th to the 19th centuries where orange and other fruit trees were protected during the winter, similar to a greenhouse or conservatory.
Chic Dining Room
Elegant Belgian Design Inspiration from a Belgian Pearl
Rustic Lovely Belgian Details
Old World Style Meets Fresh Soulful Craftsmanship
Breathtaking Beautiful Belgian Garden
Ahhhhhhhhh. It’s a magical, timeless, and fairy tale sort of property in Belgium, yes?
WERE YOU SMITTEN BY THE PLASTER WALLS!?! See more breathtaking examples RIGHT HERE.
If this style of design ignites your senses, you will fall in love with Greet’s blog, BELGIAN PEARLS (written in English, BTW!), where her readers are treated to inspiration from Belgium and beyond.
If you also love English farmhouse style, be sure to visit this story with inspiration from a newly built American home with English country architectural and interior design influences.
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