Friday, 19 February 2016

Belgian Style AND Modern Country Interior Heaven!

This is what I'm talking about when I say that I love Belgian Style but I like to tweak it to make it my own. The owners here have done a brilliant job at doing just that, turning this newly constructed conservatory into a gorgeous Modern Country home....

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Remember our five Belgian essentials? Let's see if they're all present here in this Modern Country interior.

1. Muted colour palette....try Farrow and Ball Mizzle for the woodwork.

Modern Country Belgian Style

2. Texture...the basket, the rattan chairs, the wirework planter...

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Farrow and Ball Mizzle

3. A touch of soft industrial....

Read about this timber kitchen extension by Westbury in our latest case study:

4. Used furniture...the painted pew, the wine-glass chandelier, the old pendant lanterns and wall sconce...

This house set in Surrey Hills already had plenty of space, but was missing a real ‘heart to the home’. Westbury extended the existing room with a spectacular Orangery, connecting the garden with the kitchen, creating a unique, light-filled, functioning family room which is now the focal point of the home.:

5. Raw wood...literally, in this case, with that beautiful stack of logs!

Modern Country Belgian Style Interior

Plus, as a little bonus, they've used one of my favourite fabrics, Cabbages and Roses Hatley for the blinds and table cloth.

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Yes, all five Belgian Style essential are here!

I adore this Modern Country open plan living, using the very best of Belgian Style!



Images via Westbury 

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