Home in Hoogstraten - Belgium, Brosens Interieurs. Photo credit Liesbet Goetschalckx.

Home in Hoogstraten - Belgium, Brosens Interieurs. Photo credit Liesbet Goetschalckx.

"Making the Veranda finish. This finish is named after the cover of Veranda magazine's Jan/Feb 2007 issue of a room in the Belgian residence of couturier Edouard Vermeulen. The console table is 2die4 also. This cover is probably the most talked about cover Veranda has done. Another cover in similar blue-greens is the September 2009 issue. I love both of these."

"Making the Veranda finish. This finish is named after the cover of Veranda magazine's Jan/Feb 2007 issue of a room in the Belgian residence of couturier Edouard Vermeulen. The console table is 2die4 also. This cover is probably the most talked about cover Veranda has done. Another cover in similar blue-greens is the September 2009 issue. I love both of these."

The Lisboa Tile Stencil from Royal Design Studio is a perfect way to add global, bohemian chic to your home. | Project featured in the NY Times best-selling Young House Love book!

Lisboa Tile Stencil

The Lisboa Tile Stencil from Royal Design Studio is a perfect way to add global, bohemian chic to your home. | Project featured in the NY Times best-selling Young House Love book!

Belgium style color palette, beautiful neutrals would go with any color.

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Chalky shades of greige and gray from Farrow & Ball; clockwise from upper left: String, Stony Ground, Slipper Satin, and Chemise.

Current Obsessions: A Heady Summer

Chalky shades of greige and gray from Farrow & Ball; clockwise from upper left: String, Stony Ground, Slipper Satin, and Chemise.

Maison Decor: Turquoise and Gold Inspiration! I painted the entire thing with this turquoise blue. Then I added a watery layer of Versailles over the blue, except in the paneled area of the Trumeau. After that, I applied clear and dark to the entire mirror frame. Then used rubbing gold.

Maison Decor: Turquoise and Gold Inspiration! I painted the entire thing with this turquoise blue. Then I added a watery layer of Versailles over the blue, except in the paneled area of the Trumeau. After that, I applied clear and dark to the entire mirror frame. Then used rubbing gold.

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