by Emmi Micallef January 07, 2018
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Is it trending or just beautiful?
Mixing materials and styles is the key to achieving the Belgian Farmhouse Modern Aesthetic. The contrast between old world and new makes both elements pop and the eye never tires of these juxtaposed surface textures.
Read this design blog and see how I deconstruct these Belgian building materials to find their way into a beautiful space.
by Emmi Micallef January 24, 2017
by Emmi Micallef January 17, 2017
A true coup de coeur for those who love antique Belgian Bluestone.
We have just recuperated from a lovely church in Klundert, Amsterdam 5000 sq ft of 150 year old Noir de Mazy. Noir de Mazy is quarried from the town of Mazy, Belgium and is the only quarry from which one can procure this black blue color. Installed around 1870, these floors exude a rich patina that only comes from authentic foot worn paths.
by Emmi Micallef January 04, 2017 2 Comments
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