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A Cheerful and Modern Living Room in Belgium

By Dwell @dwell
Twenty years ago, interior architects Renaud de Poorter and Femke Holdrinet began collecting furniture. Now, their renovated home in Bellem, Belgium, acts as a neutral backdrop to the eclectic mix of playful pieces. What was formerly a cattle-fodder factory is now a bright, clean-lined, spacious residence featuring crisp white walls and a pale gray concrete floor. The various hues and materials used in the furnishings coalesce to create a distinctly warm and cheerful look. In the living room, a Cuba sofa by Rodolfo Dordoni for Cappellini holds court with two pink Bird chairs by Harry Bertoia for Knoll and antique rugs from Morocco. A Low Pad chair by Jasper Morrison for Cappellini sits near the fireplace, and the brass-and-steel coffee table was designed by Poorter and Holdrinet. Cushions covered in Alexander Girard fabric add soft touches to the room. Photo

View more rooms in the Belgium residence of Renaud de Poorter and Femke Holdrinet here.

living room with concrete floors, white walls, gray Cappelini sofa, and pink Harry Bertoia wire chairs

Renaud de Poorter lights a fire in his Bellum, Belgium, residence.

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