In this house in the heart of Lier, a very pleasant, fresh and timeless interior was created with great attention to detail and a sleek design. The result is harmonious and soothing at the same time.
In the bedroom we opted for stained oak veneer in combination with white lacquered MDF. The warm dark brown-gray contrasts nicely with the cool white. We had a lighting study carried out. This resulted in the striking light element above the dressing block and the strategic construction spots that create no shadow due to their position. Behind the bed head in the same dark brown stained oak veneer, the indirect lighting provides a calming atmosphere in the evening.
In the bathroom we used the beige limestone branco de moss. The shower head was mounted in the ceiling in the walk-in shower. The shower is conveniently incorporated to neatly place beauty products. There is also thought of pleasant mood light. We have deliberately placed the tap and the temperature adjuster for the shower out of the reach of the water jet. The water is already nice and warm when someone enters the shower.
The alcove continues over the toilet to the bath. One solid piece of branco de miter was sawn off in front of the bath. The result is very tight. The built-in faucets from Vola also exude the same modern, sleek atmosphere. The sink seems to rest visually on the edge of the bath. The sink was also made from a block of solid branco de moss. We had lighting and mirror heating installed behind the mirror. The crane work is neatly hidden behind the wall.
In the living room we again opted for white lacquered MDF in combination with stained oak veneer. We “conceal” the TV in a black wall together with virtually invisible speakers. The cupboard next to the TV unit offers plenty of storage space. The beautiful, comfortable seating furniture dominates in the seating area. We also carefully selected the new dining table with matching chairs in function of the soothing look of this interior. The buffet chest of drawers is again constructed from white MDF and sound boxes were also discreetly built into this furniture.