Dear readers,

Today I would love to share with you pictures of interiors I came across last week and that inspired me a lot.  Interiors to drool over.


I absolutely love the authentic look of this kitchen-dining area of a former coach house converted into a gorgeous Flemish home by Belgian architect Michiel Van Raemdonck.

To see more pictures of this home, click here.

Michiel Van Raemdonck

Architecture and interior design by Michiel Van Raemdonck.   Image source Michiel Van Raemdonck FB page   Photo credit Marie Houttequiet ‐ Magazine “Stijlvol Wonen” ‐  Sanoma Regional Belgium NV


The interior of this Connecticut farm house, designed by Ellen Hamilton, is inspired by the Flemish country house style. Notice the aged oak beamed ceiling and the bluestone floor. It does feel as you enter a European country home.

Ellen Hamilton

Interior design Ellen Hamilton   Image source Hamilton Design Associates   Photo credit William Waldron


Stockholm based designer Richard Lindvall turned an old embassy in Stockholm into a residential apartment. A gray scale with materials like concrete, valchromat and brushed steel are recurring throughout the apartment. These steps in concrete leads up to the TV room. To see more of this apartment, click here.

Richard Lindvall

Interior design Richard Lindvall   Image source Ems Designblogg   Photo credit Mikael Axelsson 


Last week the blog DPages introduced us to the work of San Francisco-based designer Matthew Leverone. Love all the modern artwork in this modern classic designed living room by Matthew.

Matthew Leverone

Interior design Matthew Leverone   Image source Leverone Design   Photo credit David Duncan Livingston


Wishing you all a fresh start of this new week! I have a busy week ahead. I will be travelling to the South of France for a new Lefèvre project.

Talk to you soon!