Sleek lines, a surprising finish, and characteristic materials: these three aspects are typical of Wilfra Waregem’s interiors. For more than half a century, they have been delivering beautiful high-end interiors. Their expertise is reflected in this residence in Ukkel, Belgium.
The company was founded in 1956 as a kitchen specialist, but has now further evolved into an important player for interior design. For twenty years now, the business is run by Stephen Fraeye, the third generation of business managers. A passion for design and a love for challenges bring about quality interiors. Because Wilfra works à la carte, the demands and wishes of the designer, architect, and client are easily reconciled. That leads to unique realisations, which fit a certain budget and time span. Luxury and comfort are easily combined, to obtain an interior that surprises and inspires. Only the best result is good enough, ensuring that clients can enjoy their timeless interiors for years to come.
The light brushed oak veneer gives a beautiful combination with the stone ceppo di grès
In this serene kitchen, of which the architecture was taken care of by Alexandru Patrichi, simple lines and soft colours create a calm interior. The light brushed oak veneer gives a beautiful combination with the stone ceppo di grès. Together with the dark concrete floor, this gives a calming effect. Simplicity is clearly central in this kitchen. This is a space in which you can relax after a long working day, without too many distractions or superfluous elements. That is achieved by using soft, light colours in combination with a number of dark grey tones. The kitchen is characterised by a minimalist style, in which details are very important too. The faucet’s sleek, simple design immediately catches the eye and perfectly fits in with the black framework. Moreover, the exact right amount of decoration brings cosiness and a personal touch to this space. This functional kitchen with a clean look is, in other words, a true pleasure for the eye. Every detail matters, and that leads to a magnificent interior that will be appealing for many years to come.
Photography by Cafeine