Today, we take our readers to an inspiring project of our Imagicasa partner De Maatwerker. Once again, their interior design lifts their most recent project, located in Knokke, to the highest level. Thanks to a unique mix of exclusive materials and innovative techniques, they offer customisation far beyond the standard.
With their most recent design called 'Project BDS', they took care of an apartment in Knokke. De Maatwerker opted for dark stained oak veneer combined with the translucent natural stone Patagonia and brass elements for the decorative wall cupboard. This is also the eye-catcher of the room. In contrast, a deep brushed lightly stained oak veneer has been used for the kitchen in combination with a light natural stone, creating a very calming feeling. Brass elements were also used here, such as the handle bar and the tap. Furthermore, the interior expert chose a sleek combination of mortex, natural stone in travertine, oak veneer and brushed materials for the bathroom. Thanks to some black accents in the tap work and the steel windows, you immediately get a hotel feeling.
Fusion of technique and aesthetics results in a stunning interior.
All this makes for a warm and characterful whole where you immediately feel at home. De Maatwerker managed to create 'a new way of living' where the fusion of technology and aesthetics results in an amazing interior. You notice immediately that there is a lot of passion and talent hidden in this design.
With their almost 10 years of experience and knowledge in interior building, they knew how to outdo themselves once again. Their love for beauty, hunger for innovation and sense of perfection make the team of De Maatwerker give the best of themselves for each customer every time. Design and execution by De Maatwerker
Natural stone by Potier Stone
Photography by PILARSHOOTS