In the studio of our partner Mirabel Slabbinck, patient quality takes the lead each day. Next to providing private clients with the desired luxury home linen, they are a frequently asked party by professionals in the interior industry. This project is a fitting illustration of this because a design is only as strong as its finishing touches. Therefore, today we are zooming in on the details together, and more specifically on the alluring textile that promotes this home to a warm nest.
We take you along to a home in which wooden accents unite with like-minded colours. It was Top Interieur who was responsible for the design: a task they handled with expertise. The style is soft modern and flirts here and there with Mediterranean influences, such as the arch of the walk-in shower and the simple floor lamp in the living area. The team of Mirabel Slabbinck was responsible for the home linen. From Bruges, every square metre of fabric is treated with an extraordinary dedication, which without exceptions results in a success. After more than one hundred years, the love continues to grow, and the bar is invariably high. In this project, they focused on the bed linen. A combination of different variations culminated in a convincing harmony. In the one bedroom, they opted for the Topali design, and more specifically in the colour Cream with thread in Camel. What mainly is important here, is the use of classical embroidery stitches and delicate techniques for the finishing. This ensures an elegant appearance; moreover, the material is a conductor for comfort. Concerning the type of fabric, it concerns Pella. This bestseller is Egyptian long staple cotton and is known as the best in the world for a reason. When spinning the fibres they are continuously brushed in the same direction, which makes for a stronger thread. As for the decorative cushions and the bedspread, they relied on the beige-coloured Molda fabric.
In both rooms, the linen is a deliberate choice that strengthens the entire concept
The second bedroom lent itself to a more playful approach. Even though each creation holds on to traditional embroidery techniques, the Rybina line also focuses on individuality. For example, the team worked with a herringbone pattern and salmon pink. The spread is called Kali and can be used on both sides. The copper-coloured tint of the pillowcases further adds to the palette. Another advantage is the fact that the machine embroidery allows to write a personal message, so that the bedroom truly develops into something unique. In both rooms, the linen is a deliberate choice that strengthens the entire concept. The calm that you experience here continues uninhibitedly in the other spaces. By keeping the walls and floors white, the textile aspects optimally come into their own and their colours are a fitted break from the clean bubble. The large exception to this is the bar, considering that it self-confidently flaunts red and rusty shades. Once again, you notice here that the right fabrics can make a world of difference. The craftspeople of Mirabel Slabbinck know perfectly how to give a home a (literal) cuddle factor. As an addition to the interior designer, they proved to be the perfect party that gives each home a cosy cohesion. In the future, they will no doubt provide more people of such a satisfactory result. Interior by Top Interieur
Photography by LUCID
Text by Cara Jacobs