Bruxelles Bucolique

The home of Brussels interior designer and architect, Muriel Bardinet, is so beautiful. Before it was her family’s home, this space had lived quite a different life as an orphanage and then a Japanese restaurant. I love her taste in design. I have a great fondness for layers of murky textures and haunting imagery mixed with functional natural elements and rich textiles. All this and a ceiling full of stars–a dream! Story and interview in Milk Decoration.

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Images courtesy of Milk Decoration. Photography by Karel Balas.

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6 Responses to “Bruxelles Bucolique”
  1. That ceiling is absolutely beautiful! What a gem that would be to have in a home!

  2. maggie says:

    That ceiling! Absolutely stunning.

  3. Beautiful–especially the ceiling, yes, and I love the wall of artwork (and clock face!).

  4. I agree with everyone else – that ceiling…<3 <3 <3

  5. Emily E. says:

    I want that ceiling in every room of my house! Beautiful!

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