Vibrant Prints in Artistic Flat
It is no surprise that a flat like this belongs to an artist. The apartment experiences incredible vibrant print explosion, being abundant in different patterns, colors and ethnic vibes. The flat belongs to Belgian artist, Isabelle de Borchgrave, who invested into her house and decorated it with the special personal features.
Isabelle de Borchgrave Artistic Residence
First of all, what foremost draws the attention when glancing at this beautiful artistic retreat are the colors and their variations. Isabelle de Borchgrave is not afraid to experiment with colors and patterns, as we see many different examples of this ability that is scattered around her home. There are many ethnic vibes within the interior, as well as other abstract patterns which are predominant in decor.
The bright colors of furnishings, such as rugs, chairs and other details look especially good against the neutral beige background of the walls. The living room has fireplace, which is built in into the wall. The furniture in the apartment is very rustic and all the color is in details that are attributed to tapestries, covers and rugs. Each room has its own distinct style, but all of them together look quite hectic.
Isabelle de Borchgrave is an established name in a sphere of design and fashion. She likes to work with different prints, working with paper, fabrics and even designing furnishing accents. She also works in close collaboration with potteries of Gien, Target, and Villeroy and Boch, creating beautiful kitchenware pieces. Isabelle de Borchgrave works with fabrics, and helps to decorate different festive events, such as weddings or anniversaries. She is also in love with painting, and this is really apparent in her home environment, where displays her art even in smallest details. Although hectic, the house is in harmony with the artist’s personality, displaying the best of her talent.