Friday, August 31, 2012

Saturday's Inspiration

Luxurious holidays?...

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Bespoke closet cabinetry by Lefèvre Interiors


As summer holidays are finished and everything is going back to normal, the employees in our workshop are busy preparing and finishing clients’ projects.

I would love to share with you today one of our latest projects we are working on : a bespoke wardrobe closet created from highly durable french oak.

After having discussed the design with our clients, I tried to collect some images for my inspiration (I am sorry to not know the source of them), before starting the design plans of the cabinetry.


Image 4Love the way the cabinet doors and drawers are divided.


Dressing 64 (Andrew Skurman) - kopieSimple but beautiful drawer unit.


Image 2Love the shoeracks here.


Image 5Clarifying!


Image 1 (2) Glass fronted drawers. Gorgeous!


Image 7Hanging rails compartment.


Design plan of the cabinetry



View 4Inside


2012-08-31_144316 At the left side of the cabinetry wall we installed a paneled mirror.

2012-08-31_144248At the right side of the cabinetry wall our client loved to see a built in bookcase.


Here below I posted 2 pictures of the progress in our workshop.

Picture 1Workshop Lefèvre Interiors  Photo by me

Notice the glass fronted drawers.

Neither cabinet doors nor hanging rails are assembled yet.

Picture 2Workshop Lefèvre Interiors Photo by me


Some more Lefèvre Interiors wardrobe cabinetry.

Lefèvre Interiors picture 1Lefèvre Interiors  Photo credit Jo Pauwels


Lefèvre Interiors picture 2Lefèvre Interiors  Photo by me


Lefèvre Interiors picture 3Lefèvre Interiors  Photo credit Jo Pauwels


Lefèvre Interiors picture 4Lefèvre Interiors  Photo credit Montse Garriga


Happy weekend  to you all !



If you would like us to help designing your closet or dressing room, feel free to contact us at

For more Lefèvre Interiors realizations visit our website at

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Vintage {by Decofairy}

Hello! I am Annastella (aka Decofairy) and I am happy being here, guest of Olga.

I thought to talk you about "Vintage" today. I have already talk about it at my blog, Decofairy, but it's an opportunity for my foreign visitors and Olga's readers too, to read about it in English.

Ι am sure that you have noticed that anything old, become fashion. Old items, mixed with modern design and take out the result of "new vintage". From knitted of grandmother to the vinyl records of our school years (oh, yes.I am almost 40!) and the juckbox to the flippers. Everything is in fashion!

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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Wordless Thursday: Inspired by...

...Rustic Styling....


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I'm back!

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Back from holidays and back to regular posting. Happy to meet you again

my good bloggy friends, I missed you!


Thanks for Making This Possible! Spread The Word!

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Cool & Breezy...

I'm having one of those nights where I'm sitting in my chair and I'm too tired to get up to get myself to bed... hahaha.  I think moving is a lot like having a baby - you forget how hard it is!  Once the baby is here the rewards are huge, very much like moving into a new home. 
These images of Kara Rosenlund's home are cool, breezy, cozy and perfectly delightful;  that tub is definitely calling my name!

... off to bed

A taste of autumn


Good morning dear readers, I do hope you enjoyed the weekend. I realized that this was one of the last summer weekends! Within a few weeks autumn will do his entry!

All these pictures make me already think about the beautiful color palette that upcoming autumn has to offer.


1Lars Bolander  Photo credit Staffan Johansson  Source here


2Source here


6Source here


4Michael S Smith  Source here


3Lars Sjoeberg  The Swedish Room  Photo credit Ingalill Snitt  Source here


5Source here


Almost time to light the fireplace !

7Source here


8Source here


I am looking forward to redecorate some corners in our house to bring in a touch of fall. Don’t you?

I wish you a wonderful new week!



Monday, August 27, 2012

Finally Done!

I'm sorry I have been distant for the past week - we finally moved into our new home and I've been busy lifting and opening!  Once everything is in its place and there aren't piles of boxes blocking hallways - I'll be able to show you some images of our new home!
In the mean time - here are some images of a fun transitional home:

I love the rustic combined with the clean... it makes for a more unpredictable feel!

Best wishes everyone!

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

The Pottery Art of Hilde De Bruyn



When I discovered the beautiful work of the Belgian artist Hilde De Bruyn, I was smitten!!

Already more than forty years Hilde De Bruyn mainly manufactures handmade, solid, functional and decorative objects in stoneware.

Next to the art of turning clay, Hilde is even creating porcelain pottery.

All vases, plates, teapots, tableware etc. stand out through their shape and simplicity.

Hilde took part in several Belgian exhibitions.

Her work is on display and for sale in her own atelier and shop ‘Den Stenen Pot’.

Let us take a look at some of Hilde’s beautiful creations.


562833_3889684677978_1328020798_nVase with glazing decoration




2012-08-17_165255Hilde at work


35742_1505283629442_4685178_nPaper clay bowls


41062_1581877944252_4810382_nTo use as a water jug or a vase!




15137_1293191847280_5111005_nPorcelain pots




26486_1368248643653_3179497_nFlower planters


226734_1027973096977_8750_nTwo-colored bowls


227979_1027972936973_7646_nGorgeous porcelain bowl!! One of my favorites!


229074_1027972376959_3867_nBill board at Hilde’s workshop.


To see more of Hilde’s gorgeous work, please visit her website at WWW.HILDEDEBRUYN.COM


577685_3889649077088_2059671594_nDisplay of Hilde’s creations in her workshop




Moutstraat 17

9300 AALST



As Hilde lives in our neighbourhood, I am sure we will visit her soon and take some of Hilde’s creations home.



All pictures posted with permission of Hilde De Bruyn.

Photo credit : Hilde Gilbos