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An artist’s home filled with vibrant accents

Such a diverse mix of elements, influences and styles could only be found in an artist’s home. In this case it’s true. This is the home of Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave. As you can see, the interior décor in this place is full of all sorts of colors, textures and influences. There are elements from different cultures mixed together and, even though it might sound like a chaotic combination, it’s all harmonious and beautifully combined.

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The living room has a fireplace recessed into the wall and with bookshelves on either side. In the same room we can see that there’s a mix of diverse furniture. There are large lounge chairs, very relaxing and comfortable and they are also two large sofas that look like they’re inviting you to sit down and chat. The low table complements the arrangement beautiful the recovered wood furniture is very beautiful and can also be seen in the other rooms as well.

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Of course, an artist’s home wouldn’t be complete without a few personal decorations and accent pieces. Here you can see that the home is beautifully decorated with an array of books, paintings, sculptures and other works of art belonging to the owner. They give character to this space and they also bring everything together.

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The interior décor in general in vibrant and colorful but not overly striking. Each room features a nice balance between neutral and bold shades of color. The ceiling and the walls are generally painted in neutral colors and it’s the furniture and the decorative elements and accessories that stand out.{found on micasarevista}.

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Posted in Interiors on April 14, 2013

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Simona Ganea
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