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  • 03/12/13--06:14: Living room – update
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    Today I am back with an update of our living room redo.

    Many of you emailed me to ask about the treatment of the floor and how to achieve that finish. I really hope that you all will understand that this is a delicate matter, since this is a trade secret of our craftsmen. Over the years our employees invested so much time and worked so hard on the perfection of wood treatments. It shouldn’t be fair of me to send this, just like that, into the world.

    I do hope you will understand!

    In my latest update post (HERE), I told you that the montage of the paneling was almost finished and that our employees only had to add the skirting boards, chair rails and corniches.

    So this was all done last week.

    2Davy was adding all skirting boards.

     

    copyright Lefèvre Interiors www.lefevre.beInes was adding the chair rails…

     

    3…and was adding corniches, even with closed eyes! Haha!!

     

    This is how the room looks like today.

    1The trumeau is awaiting antique mirrored glass. I still haven’t found the perfect antique glass!

    5

    6

    7The double door towards the dining room will be given the patina of the paneling.

     

    Jan and me are very pleased with the integrated secret doors.

    9Secret door towards the library.

     

    12Secret door towards the entry hall.

    Standing in the entry hall, you won’t notice any change at the existing double door.Secret door 1Opening the door from the entry hall into the living room.

     

    Secret door 2Secret door in the living room.

     

    Next week the artist-painter will start to bring on the patina! I am sure this will change the room completely!

     

    Color paletteMeanwhile, I am trying to find the perfect combination of window treatment fabrics and the different possibilities of the wood patinas.

     

    To be continued…

     

    xx

    Greet

     

    If you would like us to help designing and manufacturing your paneling, feel free to contact us at info@lefevre.be

    For more Lefèvre Interiors realisations visit our website atwww.lefevre.be

     


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  • 03/15/13--07:21: Painted cupboards
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    As I am preparing a client’s project, I was browsing my files to find beautiful painted cupboards as inspiration to start the design of a kitchen. I wanted to share with you some of my favorites.

    1Vlassak-Verhulst via Magazine Wonen Landelijke Stijl juni-juli 2012 - Photo credit Martin Steenhaut-Martimax Imaging

     

    6Antiek Amber

     

    2Lefèvre Interiors– Photo credit Jo Pauwels

     

    3Garnier Antiques

     

    5Axel Vervoordt via Wilson Kelsey Design Blog

     

    7Kevin Harris– Photo credit Chipper Hatter

     

    4Helen Norman Photographer

     

    Talk to you soon .

    Enjoy the weekend !

    xx

    Greet


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  • 03/18/13--03:52: Easter decoration
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    I hope you all have enjoyed the weekend!

    I realized that there are only 2 weeks left till Easter and was thinking about some Easter decoration. Actually I have to admit that I am not a big fan of decorating the house with overdone Easter decoration. Only a few decorative touches will do.

     

    This is a new Easter decoration idea I tried out this weekend. Simple and easy.

    Easter decoration (1)Easter decoration at my coffee table. Picture by me

    You only need a tree branch slice, an eggshell and one of your favorite flowers.

    Easter decoration (4)Picture by me

    You glue the eggshell onto the branch slice, put some water into the eggshell and add the flower.

    Easter decoration (5)Picture by me

    That’s it !

     

    The pictures here below show you some Easter decorations that spoke to me.

    Enjoy!

    Easter decoration (10)Source unknown

     

    Easter decoration (11)Source here

     

    Easter decoration (9)Source here

     

    Easter decoration (8)Source here

     

    Easter decoration (6)Source here

     

    Eggs in a FrameSource here

     

    Easter decoration (7)Source here

     

    How have you decorated your home for Easter ?

    xx

    Greet


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  • 03/21/13--13:40: Living room redo progress
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    Dear friends and readers, the previous days the artist-painter added the undercoat to the paneling of our living room.

    010Oak paneling before the primer was added.

     

    02Start of adding the first coat.

     

    Even though this is only a primer, it has given the room a completely different look. Don’t you think so ?

    01

    Actually you can’t see that much of the timber anymore, but in one of the next steps, the painter will gently reveal the oak wood.

     

    04

    The panel moulding is much more accentuated than before, which I really love.

     

    08

     

    09

    This is how our living room looks like today.

    I can’t wait to see the painter adding the next layers !

     

    07

    Me, explaining how I would love to see the patina which has to be added next week.

    We asked the painter to make a lot of patina samples but untill now, we haven’t made our choice ! This really is the hardest part !

    To be continued…

     

    If you are interested in previous posts about our living room redo, please click here, here, here and here.

     

    xx

    Greet

     

    If you would like us to help designing and manufacturing your paneling, feel free to contact us at info@lefevre.be

    For more Lefèvre Interiors realisations visit our website atwww.lefevre.be


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    Oak cabinetry used as display cabinets or library bookcases.

    Designed by Belgian designers.

     

    2Design by Interior Designer Natalie Haegeman– realisation Lefèvre Interiors  Photo credit Natalie Haegeman

     

    1Design by Home World of Interiors 

     

    3Design by Interior Architect Catherine De Vil   Photo credit Jan Verlinde

     

    I would love to hear your thoughts about the cabinet design !

     

    xx

    Greet


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    I am pleased to update you about our living room redo because yesterday the painter started to bring on the final layer of paint over the wood.

    We were very thrilled to watch the painter adding so many layers of paint to create that French 18th century look of our paneling.

    Even though only a part of the paneling is yet painted, we do feel the spirit of the 18th century already. Don’t you ?

     

    3A picture never can show the exact color of the patina. We have chosen for a shade of gray-green.

     

    I show you here some pictures of our painter at work, the previous days.

    Many layers of paint were added on the oak wood of the paneling.

    7

    2

    8

    4

    We really had to be very patient to finally see the result. But it’s worth it !

    5

     

    10

     

    I just love the detail of this moulding.

    9Natural oak

    1Patina finish

    What a change this patina created !

    12

    I do hope you all enjoyed this update post ?!

     

    To be continued…

    If you are interested in my previous posts about our living room redo, please click here, here, here, here and here.

     

    I wish you all a wonderful Easter Weekend !

    xx

    Greet

     

    If you would like us to help designing and manufacturing your paneling, feel free to contact us at info@lefevre.be

    For more Lefèvre Interiors realisations visit our website atwww.lefevre.be


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  • 03/31/13--00:23: Happy Easter !
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    Wishing you all a Happy Easter !

     

    Wohnen Träume 1-2013 (1) Source Magazine Wohnen-Träume 1-2013

     

    xx

    Greet


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    I hope you all have enjoyed the Easter weekend! Here in Belgium it is still very cold for the time of the year. On Easter day it was even colder than it was on Christmas day! So we enjoyed the warmth of the fire place, browsing magazines and books.

    I do know that you all love pictures of kitchens, especially Belgian designed kitchens. Let’s take a look at some new and some seen-before kitchen images.

     

    This first picture definitely is one of my favorite Belgian kitchens. I love the combination of the white painted cabinetry, the ‘Witjes’ wall tiles, the Belgian ‘rouge belge’ marble of the counter tops and the Belgian blue stone floor. Notice also the steel door towards the living room.

    5Source here

     

    This is a kitchen made in the workshop of our company and decorated by me. Again, a Belgian ‘rouge belge’ kitchen island counter top. For the floor is chosen for carrara marble. Above the Aga stove, you will notice the moroccan zelliges.The oak kitchen island stools are designed and made by Lefèvre Interiors.

    2Source Lefèvre Interiors

     

    This is a kitchen designed by Walda Pairon, one of my favorite Belgian designers. The kitchen walls are entirely covered with the ‘Witjes’ tiles.

    12Source Walda Pairon

     

    Oak cabinetry and terracotta floor tiles, always a succesful combination.

    10Source here

     

    This is a light stained oak kitchen we designed for a client’s chalet in Switzerland. Counter tops and floor in Belgian blue stone.

    1Source Lefèvre Interiors

     

    In this kitchen I especially love the design of the kitchen hood and the painted beamed ceiling.

    3Source here  Photo credit Marc Wouters

     

    This is a more contemporary kitchen which I really love. The white colour scheme of the cabinetry, the walls and floor tiles are the perfect backdrop for adding this oak ceiling beam and doors.

    4Source here

     

    This kitchen is designed by the upcoming and talented Belgian architect Frederique Glorieux. In this kitchen Frederique has chosen for light stained oak cabinetry, kitchen island and table. Notice the modern lighting fixtures Frederique used here!

    13Source Frederique Glorieux

     

    All in white kitchen. Did you notice the painted windows and shutters? And again a remarkable kitchen hood.

    9Source Belgian Magazine Stijlvol Wonen Maart-April 2013

     

    Black and white kitchen.

    6Source here

     

    This is a sneek peak into a kitchen we are working on. The kitchen is not completely finished yet. I will post about it later! 11   Picture by me for Lefèvre Interiors

     

    Here are the titles of some of my favorite inspirational kitchen design books.

    2013-04-02_160502Beta-Plus Publishing The New Living Kitchen

     

    Beta-Plus The 100 Best Kitchens & Dining RoomsBeta-Plus Publishing The 100 Best Kitchens & Dining Rooms

     

    Beta-Plus KitchensBeta-Plus Publishing Kitchens

     

    Beta-Plus Classic KitchensBeta-Plus Publishing Classic Kitchens

     

    Beta-Plus Compendium KitchensBeta-Plus Publishing Compendium Kitchens

     

    I do hope I have given you today fresh inspiration to design or redesign your kitchen !

     

    If you would like us to help (re-)designing and manufacturing your dream kitchen, feel free to contact us at info@lefevre.be

    For more Lefèvre Interiors realisations visit our website atwww.lefevre.be

    xx

    Greet


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    Are you in the mood to decorate your home for Spring? And do you need some simple decoration ideas? Today I would love to share with you a few gorgeous and original decorations I‘ve spotted recently.

    Get inspired!

     

    Colorful flower bouquets and candles.

    5Source Pinterest

     

    Flowers and pottery.

    6Source Lefèvre Interiors– Photo credit Claude Smekens

     

    10Source Mäster Henriks

     

    7Source La Peinturette

     

    8Source The Vintaquarian

     

    11Source The World of Interiors blog

     

    Group your pottery !

    9Source The Vintaquarian

     

    Fruit and pottery.

    23Source Trove

     

    12Source The Vintaquarian

     

    Group your candles.

    4Source Magazine Landelijk Wonen n°14 2012 – Photo credit Claude Smekens

     

    1Source Pinterest

     

    Or group your flowers.

    3Source unknown

     

    And group your vases.

    14Source Southern Life Beautiful via FB

     

    Gorgeous idea : put your candles into antique bird cages.

    2Source unknown

     

    Or place your candles here! Love this!

    21Source Pinterest

     

    Original and simple idea!

    22Source Pinterest

     

    Group your greenery.

    13Source The Vintaquarian

     

    Decorate your bird cages with ivy.

    16Source Pinterest

     

    Use wine boxes as spice plants storage.

    18Source Homebunch

     

    Having guests for a summer dinner ?

    Original way to cool drinks !

    15Source unknown

     

    And gorgeous summer tablescape ideas !

    19Source unknown

     

    20Source Mark D.Sikes

     

    I do hope you are inspired ?!

    Talk to you soon !

    xx

    Greet


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  • 04/11/13--12:07: Wicker decoration ideas
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    Today another post about inspirational decoration.

    How to decorate with wicker baskets ?

    Fill the wicker baskets with plants, hang them on the ceiling of your kitchen, use them to store your bread boards, decorate your bedroom wall with wicker baskets, turn the baskets into a piece of art,…

     

    4Source unknown

     

    9Source here

     

    15Source here

     

    13Source unknown

     

    11Source here

     

    16Source here

     

    5White Rooms in Bruges    Photo credit Natalie Haegeman

     

    3Source unknown

     

    2Source here

     

    14Source here

     

    12Source here

     

    6White Rooms in Bruges    Photo credit Claude Smekens

     

    7White Rooms in Bruges   Photo credit Claude Smekens

     

    10Source here

     

    1Source here

     

    8Source here

     

    Are you inspired ?

     

    xx

    Greet


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  • 04/15/13--12:56: All things Belgian
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    To start this new week I am pleased to share with you some Belgian outdoor and indoor furniture pieces as other interior design accessories I came across lately.

     

    Garden tool storage cabinet, traditonally made by Dirk Mortier.

    5Mortier Vlaamse Stijl – Bijgebouwen

    For more information, please visit http://www.mortier.eu

     

    Gorgeous bench, outdoor collection of the Belgian company St-Paul-Home.

    3Source St-Paul-Home

    For more information, please visit http://www.home-st-paul.com

     

    Dining table and chairs, collection of our Belgian furniture company Viktor & Sander.

    6Source Viktor & Sander

    For more information, please visit http://www.viktor-sander.com

     

    Wicker chairs spotted on the website of the Belgian company Sempre.

    2Source Sempre

    For more information, please visit http://www.sempre.be

     

    The Adante Bed Box Basic with dress found at the Belgian company Styldecor.

    4Source Styldecor

    For more information, please visit http://www.styldecor.be

     

    Summerly Belgian bed linen from Scapa Home.

    7Source Scapa Home

    For more information, please visithttp://www.scapahome.eu

     

    Table linen from the Belgian company Verilin

    8Source Verilin

    For more information, please visithttp://www.verilin.be

     

    Penny Lane carpet collection of the Belgian linen company Libeco.

    1Source Libeco Home

    For more information, please visit http://www.libeco.com

     

    I wish you all a wonderful new week!

    xx

    Greet


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  • 04/21/13--02:58: Back from the Cotswolds
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    Hello my friends, we are back home from a 3-days trip to the Cotswolds, the most beautiful and most famous part of the UK! This area really stole my heart!

    Since a long time, the Cotswolds were on my ‘to visit’- list and thanks to one of our clients who lives in the area, Jan and me were able to explore a part of the region after we had a meeting at our client’s home.

    The Cotswolds are often called ‘the heart’ of England.

    Today I share with you a few pictures I took during the trip! No much words needed!

    I will post more about the Cotswolds in a later post!

    1Cirencester, Barnsley

     

    2Cirencester, town center

     

    3Cirencester, Barnsley

     

    4Cirencester, Barnsley House

     

    5Antiques shopping in Stow

     

    6Cirencester, The Village Pub  (photo source The Village Pub website)

     

    7

    To know more about The Cotswolds, please click here, here and here.

    Jan and me are in love with this beautiful and inspiring area and we definitely will go back to see more!

     

    I wish you all a wonderul Sunday!

    xx

    Greet


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  • 04/26/13--05:07: Living room redo so far
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    Good morning my readers, I do know that a lot of you like to be updated about our living room redo.

     

    About a week ago, the artist painter finished the paneling patina.

    2-1Before bringing on the final coat, we added the mirrored glass into the paneling above the fire place.

     

    4A close up from the double door towards the dining room.

     

    5A detail of the paneling.

    It is always diffficult to see the exact color of the patina in a picture. We have chosen for a faded green, a verdigris.

     

    8This week, the painters started to paint the window frames and will going on to paint the ceiling.

     

    3-1Everything wrapped in!

     

    In the meantime I am thinking about the type of wall lights we need to have in the room.

    I already ordered a pair of French LXV appliques in an unlacquered polished brass from Vaughan which will be added on both sides of the mirror.

    7 Vaughan

     

    And this pair of 18th century Italian wall lights, which I found a couple of months ago at Brigitte & Alain Garnier Antiques, will be hung on the paneling.

    8Brigitte & Alain Garnier Antiques

     

    A few days ago we received the rim lock and handles for the secret doors from van Cronenburg Architectural Hardware.

    Architectural

     

    In one of the next days I will have to make a decision about the window treatment fabrics! There are so many beautiful fabrics ! So hard to make a decision!

    9Fabrics Colefax & Fowler and Chelsea Textiles

    To be continued…

    If you missed my earlier posts about our living room redo, please click HERE.

     

    Enjoy the weekend!

    xx

    Greet

     

    If you would like us to help designing and manufacturing your paneling, feel free to contact us at info@lefevre.be

    For more Lefèvre Interiors realisations visit our website atwww.lefevre.be


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  • 04/30/13--00:54: Bathroom delight
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    Today I am pleased to show you some pictures of a bathroom we recently installed in a client’s home.

    Except we still have to hang the light fixtures above the sink cabinet, the bathroom is finished.

    For the redo of this bathroom, we chose to work together with the Belgian architect and designer Philippe Timmerman.

    2013-04-30_082759 Realisation Lefèvre Interiors - Design Philippe Timmerman

    The bathroom cabinets, paneling and inner doors are executed in light stained oak. For the floor is chosen for a combination of carrara marble and a belgian gris des ardennes limestone.

    2013-04-30_082858Realisation Lefèvre Interiors - Design Philippe Timmerman

    The wall with the small round windows is completely new constructed and the hidden doors give access to a walk-in closet while the oak inner doors give access to the powder room and lavatory.

    2013-04-30_082931Realisation Lefèvre Interiors - Design Philippe Timmerman

    Also for the countertops is chosen for the gris des ardennes limestone.

    2013-04-30_084036Realisation Lefèvre Interiors - Design Philippe Timmerman

     

    For more information, please contact

    info@lefevre.be

    WWW.LEFEVRE.BE

    home@philippetimmerman.com

    WWW.PHILIPPETIMMERMAN.BE

     

    Talk to you soon!

    Greet

     

    If you would like us to help designing and manufacturing your bathroom, feel free to contact us at info@lefevre.be

    For more Lefèvre Interiors realisations visit our website atwww.lefevre.be


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  • 05/03/13--04:20: Let’s decorate today !
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    For your inspiration !

     

    1Source unknown

     

    5Source The Vintaquarian

     

    8Source Inspiring Interiors

     

    12Source The Vintaquarian

     

    16Source The Vintaquarian

     

    13Source unknown

     

    2Source unknown

     

    4Source unknown

     

    6Source The Vintaquarian

     

    9Source The Vintaquarian

     

    11Source Alexandra Siebelink

     

    17Source Roses & Rust

     

    15Source Alexandra Siebelink

     

    7Source Magazine Juliette & Victor n°31 2012  - Photo credit Louis-Philippe Breydel

     

    14Source unknown

     

    I wish you all a nice and sunny weekend!

    xx

    Greet


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  • 05/07/13--12:04: French oak library
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    About a year ago I posted about a custom made library (HERE) that was designed by Natalie Haegeman of Natalie Haegeman Interiors and realized by our company Lefèvre Interiors.

    Although the library is installed since more than half a year, we hadn’t yet found the time to take some photographs of this project.

    The library is recently photographed to appear in a Belgian interior design magazine. Although these pictures here today aren’t the ones of the magazine’s professional photographer, they already give you a sneak peek into the library room.

    2013-04-02 13.15.14Library in French non-treated oak

     

    2013-04-02 13.22.25-3One of the built in bureau-desks

     

    2013-04-02 10.16.58Detail and view towards the living room

    All pictures by Natalie Haegeman

    I am pleased and honored to tell you that this library project will be seen in one of the next issues of the leading Belgian interior design magazine ‘TIJDLOOS’.

    I definitely will let you know when the issue is out !

    CoverCover of the current issue of TIJDLOOS (N° 27 - april 2013)

     

    For more information, please contact

    info@lefevre.be

    WWW.LEFEVRE.BE

    info@nataliehaegeman-interiors.be

    WWW. NATALIEHAEGEMAN-INTERIORS.BE

     

    Talk to you soon !

    Greet

     

    If you would like us to help designing and manufacturing your library, feel free to contact us at info@lefevre.be

    For more Lefèvre Interiors realisations visit our website atwww.lefevre.be


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    This week I filed some images of dining tables and chairs to propose to a client. In the meantime I was looking for addresses in Belgium where to find the tables and chairs I wanted to suggest. I thought that maybe you could be interested in these adresses.

     

    Image 11Source Richard Keith Langham via Veranda September-October 2012

    Where to find table and chairs ? - Look-alike dining table at Viktor & Sander

                                                              - Look-alike chairs at Natalie Haegeman Interiors

     

    Image 28Source Satinwood Ltd, Interior design

    Where to find table and chairs ? - Look-alike dining table at Malvini Furniture Factory

                                                                           - Look-alike chairs at Flamant

     

    Image 310Source Carol Glasser Interiors

    Where to find table and chairs ? - Look-alike dining table at Viktor & Sander

                                                                                  - Folding chair at Axel Vervoordt

     

    Image 45Source House to Home

    Where to find table and chairs ? - Look-alike dining table at Antiek Amber

                            - Chairs at ‘t Casteelken

     

    Image 56Source Daskal – Laperre Photo credit Jan Verlinde

    Where to find table and chairs ?  - Look-alike dining table at Mastermeubel

                                                 - Look-alike chairs at Viktor & Sander

     

    Image 63Source unknown

    Where to find table and chairs ? - Antique tables at Antiek Amber

                                                                           - Look-alike French Louis XVI chair at Massant

     

    Image 79Source Joli

    The chic and timeless Elyps dining table and Monet armchairs of the Belgian company JOLI caught my eye!

        Joli collection Elyps dining table with table top in Matilux glass or Xeramica. To discover more about this table, click here.

                              Joli collection Monet armchair upholstered in leather. To discover more of these chairs, click here.

     

    What are your favorite dining table and chairs? I would love to hear !

    xx

    Greet


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  • 05/11/13--11:17: Happy Mother’s Day !
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    I wish all moms a Happy Mother’s Day !

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    xx

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  • 05/16/13--05:50: Cabinets of curiosities
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    Since ancient times wealthy people are collecting the most diverse objects in cabinets of curiosities.

    The term ‘cabinet’ originally described a room rather than a piece of furniture, a room filled with books, art and objects of study. Curiosity rooms emerged in the 16th century although we do know that more rudimentary collections existed yet earlier.

    Cabinets of curiosities or Cabinets of Wonder, Kunstkammern, Wunderkammern (German) or Cabinets de curiosités (French),  originated in European Renaissance and their collections consisted of types of objects whose categorial boundaries were yet to be defined. They displayed a wide assortment of rare and unusual objects.

    Today all these objects would be categorized as belonging to natural history, geology, religion, works of arts and antiquities.

    Obviously, cabinets of curiosities were limited to those who could afford to create them. They are regarded as the precedents of the public museums and galleries.

     

    1Painting by Frans Francken (II) - Antwerp, A Collector’s Cabinet,1625  Source

     

    Since the 17th century case furniture started to function as cabinets of curiosities.

    7Andrea Domenico Remps - Italy, A Cabinet of Curiosity, c.1690 Source

     

    The cabinet became very popular in 18th century. As this Cabinet Bonnier de la Mosson created by Joseph Bonnier de la Mosson (1702 - 1744). He was a French aristocrat who loved science and began collecting weird stuff, like exotic insects, snakes, shells and birds. His collection can be found in the library of the Natural History Museum in Paris.

    2 Cabinet Bonnier de La Mosson - Bibliothèque centrale du Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris. Source

     

    3Cabinet Bonnier de La Mosson  Source

    4Cabinet Bonnier de La Mosson  Source

    5Cabinet Bonnier de La Mosson  Source

    6Cabinet Bonnier de La Mosson  Source

     

    The Cabinet Lafaille at the Museum of La Rochelle, France is a very rococo styled,19th century curiosity cabinet stuffed with coral, reptiles and birds.

     Cabinet de curiosités Clément Lafaille, après 1766. Style néoclassique. Muséum d'histoire naturelle de La Rochelle.  Source

     9An early 18th-century German Schrank with a traditional display of corals (Naturkundenmuseum Berlin).  Source

     

    The cabinet of curiosities of today does not have to be traditonal, or contain valuable items. Just stuff it with your personal favorite objects or those you brought along from several journeys.

    Make it your private collection!

     

    10 Decorator and antiques dealer Franck Delmarcelle

     

    13Interior designerNatalie Haegeman

     

    14Source

     

    12Source

     

    15Source

     

    16Antiques dealer Herwig Simons

     

    11Source

     

    Tell me! Do you feel tempted to create your own private cabinet of curiosities ?

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    I would love to share with you today some pictures (they are not professional taken!) of a kitchen we recently installed in a Belgian castle.

    Peculiar to castles are the tall ceilings. This room has a ceiling height of about 4 meters (13 feet).

    This kitchen is completely custom made, according to time-honored techniques and traditions.

    2

    The kitchen is executed in light stained oak. For the countertops, kitchen cooker wall and floor is chosen for a carrara marble.

    All kitchen appliances are built in.

     

    9Cooking area with concealed extract hood and the gorgeous La Cornue Château cooker.

     

    PlanDetail of the the technical plan of the kitchen.

     

    A few pictures of the kitchen progress in the workshop of LEFEVRE INTERIORS.

    Workshop 6Oak panel to conceal the kitchen extractor fan

    Workshop 3Console brackets

    Workshop 1My husband and one of our employees, inspecting the glazed cupboard doors

     

    1 The famous La Cornue Château cooker

     

    Workshop 2Making of the kitchen cabinet doors

     

    7Kitchen isle installed

     

    Workshop 5Kitchen isle in progress

    Workshop 8Kitchen isle corner supports

     

    11Kitchen faucets by Volevatch

     

    Workshop 4Montage of the kitchen in the workshop of LEFEVRE INTERIORS

    Workshop 7Ready to leave our workshop

    Montage 1

    Montage of the kitchen in our client’s home

    Montage 2

     

    Finished kitchen

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    A special thank you goes to our clients Mr and Mrs D. for their confidence in our company and their appreciation for the Belgian craftsmanship.

     

    I wish you all a great start of this new week!

    xx

    Greet

    If you would like us to help designing and manufacturing your kitchen, feel free to contact us at info@lefevre.be

    For more Lefèvre Interiors realisations visit our website atwww.lefevre.be


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