A Lefèvre Interiors dressing & new discoveries

/A Lefèvre Interiors dressing & new discoveries

A Lefèvre Interiors dressing & new discoveries

I hope you all have enjoyed your weekend as we did here in Belgium. The weather gods spoiled us with some gorgeous late summer days! Up to 27°C! It was one of the warmest weekends of this year! We really aren’t used to these summer temperatures at the start of October! It abled us to face a busy new week!

Today I want to share a few pictures of a client’s dressing and some gorgeous new discoveries.


Dressing Lefèvre Interiors

The dressing room I designed for one of our clients in France, was installed by our company Lefèvre Interiors months ago but I hadn’t had yet the opportunity to take some pictures of it untill last week.

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White painted integrated cabinets with shutter doors.


Covered radiator.


The room acts as a dressing and as a guestroom. The seat can be converted into a bed.

18Libeco linen upholstered seat.





 16 I love the detailing of the pilasters.

Dressing by Lefèvre Interiors.





Hermès textiles

7 source www.dedar.com

Hermès is expanding into the home textile world not only with silks, but also with “upholstery-ready signature patterns in cotton, cashmere, wool, and linen”.

Hermès teamed up with the Italian firm Dedar to produce these gorgeous textiles.

Expressive horse race scenes in bright colors, elephants in royal regalia, or tone-on-tone abstracted “H”s, and a seemingly hand-drawn herringbone print.
Read More http://www.wmagazine.com/w/blogs/editorsblog/2011/05/10/hermes-dedar-textiles-wallpaper.html#ixzz1ZiExYWgx

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The collection is available at select Hermès locations.

To find a location, visit www.dedar.com.


John Stefanidis fabrics

This Autumn John Stefanidis Fabrics launches a seriously chic new stripe ”Promenade”.

It is an elegant, 4 colour stripe with colours that will coordinate with and complement other designs in the John Stefanidis fabric range.

4 source http://johnstefanidis.blogspot.com/


By the way, I want you to know that John Stefanidis, one of my favorite British designers, has a beautiful blog ‘The Developed Eye’, where John writes about his life, his travels, the influences behind his designs for the many houses on which he has worked and his fabric and furniture ranges.

I remember, years ago, I bought his first book, titled ‘Rooms, Design & Decoration’. To me it is still one of the most inspiring books about interior design!

Meanwhile John has written several books (to discover on his website).

Book John Stefanidissource  http://www.johnstefanidis.com/

If you don’t know yet this talented designer, please visit his website John Stefanidis or start reading his blog The Developed Eye. You will not be disappointed.



Ochre hardware


I have discovered the most beautiful cabinet handels ever at www.ochre.net !!!

1 source http://www.ochre.net/

Black horn handle with bronze or polished nickel knuckle.


2 source http://www.ochre.net/

Pale horn handle with bronze or polished nickel knuckle.


3 source http://www.ochre.net/

Brown horn handle with bronze or polished nickel knuckle.

For more information about the different dimensions, please visit the OCHRE website here.


I hope I inspired you today and I wish everyone of you a splendid new week!



By |2019-02-07T17:16:22+00:00October 3rd, 2011|Categories: Belgian Pearls, Lefèvre Interiors|Tags: , , |21 Comments


  1. The enchanted home Monday, October 3, 2011 at 12:09 PM - Reply

    Greet the dressing room is fabulous! So elegant and beautiful…what a wonderful spot to dress in..lucky lady!
    I am going to get my hands on that book, if you say its good I know it is, its one I don't own and I always love to add to my growing design book collection!! Thanks for sharing…..enjoy the beautiful weather.

  2. Karena Monday, October 3, 2011 at 12:12 PM - Reply

    Greet, the dressing room is gorgeous, such fine craftsmanship.

    I also love seeing the new Hermes and Stefanidis fabrics, so luxurious.

    The hardware is unlike anything I have ever see, simply superb!


    Art by Karena

  3. Kifus Monday, October 3, 2011 at 12:40 PM - Reply

    Ohh I wish I had such a lovely dressing room. With lots of storage space! And I particularly love that French chair.

    Glad you had warm weather, Greet, and hope you have a great week!

  4. eclecticrevisited Monday, October 3, 2011 at 12:50 PM - Reply

    Hello Greet,
    what a lovely dressing room…it's so pretty with the white colors, which keeps it very light and elegant…
    ..and am looking forward to seeing more from Hermes..gorgeous colors…and fabulous hardware…
    what wonderful finds..

  5. Anna at the Doll House Monday, October 3, 2011 at 2:59 PM - Reply

    How I crave the luxury of a dressing room. This one would suit me perfectly. I also rather like the English three-tier cake-stand. It is such a contrast to the lightness of the rest of the room.


  6. quintessence Monday, October 3, 2011 at 3:13 PM - Reply

    Greet – the dressing room is FABULOUS – everything I love – classic, tailored, exquisite details etc. And so funny – I just returned from the London Design Festival and saw many of these things. I went to the beautiful Dedar showroom and saw some of the new Hermes line – it's gorgeous!! I saw the beautiful Ochre booth at Decorex – stunning. I didn't take photos since they have a showroom in NYC. They are based in Clerkenwell where I had drinks my last night with an old British boyfriend (and then had dinner w/him and his wife, lest you think any illicit occured)!! I love John Stefanidis – that new stripe is a future classic. But I did get to meet Nicky Haslam – a long time favorite Brit as well!! It was a FABULOUS trip!! I'll be writing about it all week (started last week).

  7. Thoughts on Design Monday, October 3, 2011 at 3:19 PM - Reply

    Good morning Greet,

    Love the details in the dressing room. I'm usually not a fan of louvred doors. You convinced me otherwise by turning them into panels in the wall! The door lockset is classic, recalling another era.

    I wish the Hermes horse/jockey wall paper had been available when we specified the paper for the powder room in Manchester! It is so Hunt Club!


  8. Blue Muse Monday, October 3, 2011 at 4:31 PM - Reply

    Happy Monday, Greet!
    The dressing room is fabulous. It has your elegant signature all over it. Love the textiles and sleek hardware. I'm off to visit John Stefanidis' blog.
    Thank you for sharing such loveliness, and on a Monday.
    xo isa

  9. Lost in Provence Monday, October 3, 2011 at 5:24 PM - Reply

    Oh, thank you for topping off a very long Monday absolutely perfectly, Greet. I found it ALL amazing! Your client must be thrilled–what an elegant dressing room. Simple yet luxurious–très Lefèvre! 🙂

    Sadly, I don't think that I could ever afford even a handkerchief size of the Hermes fabrics–but it is fun to dream…


  10. The Paper Mulberry Monday, October 3, 2011 at 5:41 PM - Reply

    Oh Greet what a dream, I should imagine your clients are beyond delighted! What a clever use of space too in combining it with a guest bedroom. So stylish, so practical and so elegant! I shall take a look at the Hermes fabrics – love the equestrian element and those handles are just superb! Congratulations on a brilliant post Greet. Hugs from a very warm English farmhouse (heatwave here too) – Glenda xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  11. FrenchGardenHouse Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 12:08 AM - Reply

    Schitterend, Greet! Wat fijn dat jullie zo'n mooi weer hebben.

    Your design is a dream, elegant and stunning.

    xo Lidy

  12. Castles Crowns and Cottages Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 12:32 AM - Reply

    Bonjour ma belle,
    Hallo mijn vriendin!

    Oh Greet, your interiors are of superior quality and the beauty of them just shines through. I LOVE YOUR STYLE and this is just magnificent. I CAN'T WAIT TO SEE HOW YOU DECORATE FOR CHRISTMAS!!!!! Anita

  13. Mona Thompson Providence Ltd. Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 1:36 AM - Reply

    Greet, The details on the cabinetry in the dressing room that you designed are so beautiful. I just love the quality that is always so evident in your work. Some fabulous new finds as well. Thanks for sharing. Have a great week. Mona

  14. Luciane at HomeBunch.com Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 12:43 PM - Reply

    You guys are the best! It's so beautiful and your designs and craftsmanship of your company are so inspiring!

    Enjoy your day, Greet!


    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

  15. Heather@SatisfyingSpaces Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 2:20 PM - Reply

    I want a dressing room like that! Fantastic!

  16. vicki archer Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 3:25 PM - Reply

    A beautiful dressing room Greet….truly superb….xv

  17. Maison de lin Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 3:39 PM - Reply

    Hello Greet,

    This dressing is perfect for me, on one day, I want a dressing room in my house like this.

    I wish you a perfect evening

  18. House Designs Wednesday, October 5, 2011 at 1:33 AM - Reply

    I like the idea of a dressing room and as a guest room in one. Very practical idea.

  19. Teresa at Splendid Sass Wednesday, October 5, 2011 at 1:10 PM - Reply

    The dressing room is perfect. The integrated shutters are fabulous. Thank you for sharing the other goodies too!

  20. HAMPTON HOSTESS Wednesday, October 5, 2011 at 1:22 PM - Reply

    the millwork is so beautiful–fits perfectly in the room–loved the photos!

  21. Caroline. Sunday, May 20, 2012 at 6:48 PM - Reply

    Eureka! These shutter doors and integrated cupboards are perfect for my new Nursery. Thankyou for these pictures. I finally have something to show my joiner what i want him to do!

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