Our partner Classo strikes again: the interior design studio refreshed this exquisite mansion and turned it into a true gem. Only a creative duo like Sofie and Colette Bruggeman can transform such a building full of character in a delicate way, without losing its original authentic splendour. Add a touch of design and voila: a phenomenal appearance.
Team Bruggeman gives every customer what they want: a feeling of home. They achieve this by taking future residents into their imagination and guide them through their immense showroom where they can make all their dreams come true. Are you looking for total furnishing or rather hunting for a particular work of art or object? They will be happy to help you with it. Balancing their own vision and the customer's makes wonders happen.
Transforming a building full of character in a delicate way
This new mansion is undoubtedly such a marvel. The creative minds elevated the grandeur of the house in its verticality, combining typical authentic elements such as the long doors and cornices with exclusive designer furniture. A light colour palette of fresh tones such as the ecru walls flows beautifully into the warm accents of walnut, caramel, and bronze tones. Moreover, only the very best materials were selected for this project: bronze, brass and travertine alternate with walnut and Japanese tamo wood. In the living room, Maxalto's curved Apollo sofa immediately catches your eye. The handsome piece of Italian design fills the room with its soft, rounded shapes. The custom-made coffee tables were thereby enhanced by magnificent rugs made from 100% natural materials. In the dining area, an extendable table flaunts with a surface in walnut and walnut chairs flaunt the design - ideal for receiving guests. Upstairs, in the bedroom, a woolly rug by Belgian artisan Delphine Cobbaert shines against soft linen tones and an accent of caramel nubuck leather. The phenomenal finishing touches to the whole are undoubtedly Michael Verheyden's objects, namely his various handsome lighting fixtures.
Renovations by Kordekor
Photography by Cafeine
Text by Emma Verstappen