Interior designer Britt Thomas always manages to radiate an oasis of calm with her chosen palette of colours and materials. Moreover, with each design she seeks the perfect balance between light, space and proportions. Her most recent project in Kortijk confirms all of the above.
Imagicasa takes you to one of its most recent projects, Woning LD in Kortrijk. Britt Thomas' ambition was to create a home where the boundaries between inside and outside are blurred. The surroundings of the house are so striking that the interior designer opted for fewer eye-catchers inside. Thus, the windows serve as a canvas for the beautiful still life that evolves with the seasons. The interior designer was responsible for the hall, living room and kitchen of this project. What is striking is the pleasant flow between the spaces with, in particular, a lot of light, which gives a feeling of tranquillity.
Pure, simple and timeless.
Thomas chose a natural-eyed parquet (Willton parquet floors), untreated so that over time a beautiful patina develops and the material tells its own story. This is already the case in the choice of finish for the cupboards, where a wood finish with a weathered look was specifically sought. The walls and furniture were also given a loam finish. These choices, combined with the cooking island, made entirely of natural stone by the Belgian company Portier Stone, and a cocciopesto floor with shells in the kitchen, completed the picture. The main wish of the clients was to create a home where everyone sits together, even if you are spread across the different rooms or even sit outside. In short, Britt's ambition was to design an open space where no boundaries are set. The atypical lines of the kitchen island are a good example of this.
Photography by Beeldcollectief