If you don't like the concept of 'less is more', you can be sure to find something to your liking in this striking coffee table book. In Eccentric Homes: Belgique Excentrique, journalist Thijs Demeulemeester takes you to the most eccentric homes in Belgium, where colours, fabrics, styles, furniture and (art) objects are combined in a not so obvious way, but still create a cosy living environment. Enter the unique world of Geoffroy Van Hulle, Gerard Watelet, Lionel Jadot and Anne-Marie Midy, among others.
Watching how others live, it's not only our job, but also our hobby. And especially when it's so different from our own environment, it's a very interesting pastime. An eclectic interior is not everyone's cup of tea, but some are real masters in it and know how to make eccentric also look stylish and timeless. In the book Belgique Excentrique/Eccentric Homes (Luster), 18 photo reports give you a look inside daring and quirky homes.
"For when you are less fan of the 'less is more'-principle."
Enter the unique world of Geoffroy Van Hulle, Gerard Watelet, Lionel Jadot and Anne-Marie Midy, among others. No beige country-style interiors, no minimalist spaces with only right angles. Colour clashes, rich fabrics, exotic decorative objects and busy prints are central here. And with this publication, you're bringing a lot of that cheerfulness into your own home.