As always, we are completely charmed by the work of the talented interior designer, so of course we don't want to withhold this project from our readers either. We would like to take you to a rural home where Britt Van Namen managed to reinvent the kitchen, bathroom and dressing room.
Our partner Britt Van Namen once again did what she does best: design a serene interior where everyone feels at home.This time she helped an existing home to renovate and expand a few spaces. She did so by forming a sleek but rustic style that immediately evokes tranquillity. Already upon entering, the organic armrest on the stairs and the wrought-iron door attract attention. The tone was immediately set. Past the dining area, we enter the kitchen, which gives a wide view of the garden and is bathed in natural light. One thing is for sure, here you forget all your worries for a moment.
Vertically rounded lines add an extra touch
The kitchen received a large island where the interior designer chose Aqualex taps combined with a thick tablet in natural stone in a Mediterranean green. The rough finish gives the space an interesting feel. The blind door to the storage room turns the kitchen wall into a serene unit. In addition, in the coffee corner you will again find the natural stone, creating a nice red thread. Something Van Namen is always looking for in order to bring its well-known tranquillity to every project. Furthermore, the vertically rounded lines add an extra touch and the striking lines of the veneer emphasise the play of light between dark and light. This undoubtedly draws everyone's eye upwards. To complement this, she chose sleek lighting by Radice and Galotti, known for their use of extremely high-quality materials.
The natural stone is also reflected in the steps between the living space and kitchen, perfectly connecting the two spaces. In the bathroom, a sandblasted vulcano stone was then used again, namely as an accent in the shower and in the freestanding washbasin.To complete the look, black accents in the mirror and in the design of the Vola taps and towel dryer break up the look of the microtopping. Finally, Van Namen chose a dark veneer for the design of the dressing room, creating calm, while the central dressing cabinet with inlaid cushion exudes absolute luxury.A radiator cabinet in the same veneer hides the heating element from view and creates unity.Thanks to the right choice of materials and colours, the Belgian interior designer once again managed to create a home that is functional yet cosy.We are already fans and look forward to her next projects!
Photography by Cafeine