Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Brussels boho


This bohemian haven belongs 
to interior designer Muriel Bardinet,
who owns antique shop Dune 234 in Brussels. 
The space is a former orphanage and sushi restaurant,
but now a home full of quirky nooks
and cherished objects...


















Photos: Milk Magazine & Elle Decoration via Dune 234

12 comments:

  1. i love this place so much i could cry. the poetry is unmistakable and vivid. pardon me. i must set fire to my poetically impaired home now...

    smiles.

    michele

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    1. "I put a bit of poetry there" is the sentence that stirred me, too... x

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  2. Interesting ceilings in the bedroom and in the room with the three pendants. Oh the lamb on the dresser, adorable, as well as the girl. Beautiful photos, inspiring. Thanks for sharing.
    Doina

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    1. A home with so much soul...
      - thank you so much Doina! x

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  3. Aijaijaijai. Tuo kolmas kuva on sellainen että voisin palata siihen vaikka kuinka monta kertaa. Thanks. Nyt mä kaivan tämän lehden pinoistani, koska mulla on tuo maaliskuun numero, tiedän sen.

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    1. Tuo kolmas on kyllä huipppuhieno,
      mahtavia kauhtuneita sävyjä ja yksityiskohtia.
      Hauskaa, että sulla löytyy vielä samainen jemmasta!
      x

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  4. Oi miten ihana! Kiitos kuvista!
    Iloista viikonloppua!
    Anu

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    1. Tämä kyllä kolahti,
      pakko oli tänne kaapata :)
      Aurinkoista viikonloppua sinne! x

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  5. This is a beautiful space Rebecca. In my Vancouver house I have similar white walls similar and also an odd assortment of wall art. Love this. In an old house, about 15 yrs ago, I stencilled silver stars on a dark blue ceiling in the bathroom. Love the look once again and especially since I saw another ceiling like this at Sezincote House a couple of weeks ago. Now that I'm back in my Vancouver house I feel like re-decorating! Lol, as thought I don't have enough to do!.

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    1. Your house sounds like a dream...
      I think it's striking how boldly people used to decorate many moons ago,
      like stencilling stars into vaulted ceilings
      and using the most amazing colour and texture combinations.
      Have a lovely Saturday! x


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  6. I really like parts of it. I will dream today !!

    XO
    Anci

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    1. A dreamy Saturday sounds like the way to go, x

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when you leave a trace

- whether it's a single word
or you scribble all over.

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