Sunday, August 16, 2009

Belgian Pearls = Beautiful

You know the feeling you have when you reach into a coat you haven't worn in months and find a $20 bill tucked into the pocket? I just had that feeling, only instead of finding forgotten money, I followed a comment and found the blog Belgian Pearls! Then, after drooling over these beautiful interiors, I realized they were her designs - Lefevre Interieur. This blogger is also an interior decorator, who together with her brother, runs a fourth generation business of cabinetmakers.


Here are just a few images. If you love linen, stone, lighter woods and the contrast of dark and light, be sure to visit here for more. I adore the light fixture in this kitchen.(above) Don't these small stacked stones make for an interesting fireplace interior?


Incredible wood paneling - simple and stunning.

O.K, now I'm ready for Monday!

14 comments:

Greet said...

Thank you so much!!!!!
I was so surprised to see the title of your post.
Thank you,thank you! It means a lot to me!
Hugs and kisses!

Greet

Italo said...

Bello, It seems like the house where I lived in Belgium some years ago :)

Angela Furlong said...

You have a very beautiful blog... I look forward to visiting again soon x

MaryBeth said...

I saw the comment and had to pop over to the blog just because of the beautiful name. It didn't disappoint. MB

Lavender and Lilies said...

Gorgeous pictures!

Blushing hostess said...

Yes, her work is magnificent. Thank you for the introduction. The first shot is one for the history books...

pve design said...

Oh how incredibly solid and so down to earth, polished, yet so natural. Lovely!
pve

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Like a strong cup of coffee that wakes you up...and makes you take notice!

Beautiful work!

Semigloss Chic said...

Stunning work! You're right, the contrast of light and dark is amazing.

LindsB said...

What a great find, I love it when great things just turn up like that!

Cote de Texas said...

i love this!!!!!!

Michelle said...

very yummmy...I like the little details like that bright chest, and the picture hanging hardware on the panelling.

Great find.
Best,Michelle

Velvet and Linen said...

Greet's work is stunning.
Her blog grabbed me on the first post.

xo
Brooke

jamesxvi said...

I agree! I have just posted an interview with Greet on Garvinweasel and would be happy to share it with you.

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