Book: Belgian designers and their interiors



{ Book: Belgian designers and their interiors by Diane Hendrikx and Muriel Verbist}

When Hadewijch Ceulemans from Luster Publisher emailed me with a question whether I was interested learning more about thsi book I responded imedeatly.. yes of course the cover already is so inviting … I am honest with you I haven't seen the actual book myself yet but from the images and pdf I can only say that this must be a must-have for every interior design lover.     ……MORE



"The book comprises fifteen interior reports that were compiled in the designers’ own homes. The photographs show the houses and apartments as they really are, honestly and without any styling, ranging from a Brussels loft to a converted farmhouse in the countryside. Some of the designers maintain a strict separation between work and private life, and see their home as a quiet place where they can retreat with their family. Others live and work in the same place; in that case, the photographs include the designer’s studio and illustrate how they use their work space."




The book is available right here.

All images are by Diane Hendrikx

..Luster Publisher

Bloesem loves comments
  1. Mijk

    Want to read this seems really interesting but this line made me smile: The photographs show the houses and apartments as they really are, honestly and without any styling, ranging from a Brussels loft to a converted farmhouse in the countryside.

    I mean designers are human aren’t they so I am pretty sure they have done some major cleaning, uncluttering and styling before the photographers showed up. Wouldn’t we all!

  2. Chloe and the Chimera

    What great images. I love the lounge set up and all the different coloured enamel wear in the kitchen shot too. I could never live so sparsely though!

  3. Monsterscircus

    Wow, I Think I’ll ADD that for my wishlist, it’s always Nice with another coffeetable book. Have a great Day.

  4. inspir@lia

    Wow! Love it already! I’d love to see some real, un-styled homes (although I’m kinda guessing that “un-styled” probaby doesn’t mean dishes in the sink, like in my un-styled home!)l That looks like it’s going straight to the top of my wish list!

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