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Interiors: The Tenbosch House

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 01, 2012 01:02 AM
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by Adrienne Breaux last modified Jan 31, 2012

Oh we just love love love this color palette. It’s the perfect example of the sort of trend we think we’re gonna be seeing a lot of in 2012: a sort of drama-inducing, darkening of interiors that aren’t too dark, but definitely hint at intrigue and suspense. You can see in — Continue reading …




 

 

Oh we just love love love this color palette. It’s the perfect example of the sort of trend we think we’re gonna be seeing a lot of in 2012: a sort of drama-inducing, darkening of interiors that aren’t too dark, but definitely hint at intrigue and suspense. You can see in these photos of the Tenbosch House, a small bed and breakfast in Belgium, that warm, modern colors were chosen that are of a medium hue: not too bright, not too dark, all mixing with Scandinavian details to create this beautiful space. We spotted it on Yatzer:

“Architect Patrice Lémeret and Interior Designers Michel Penneman and Catharina Eklof have successfully joined forces to produce a pride in Belgium’s architectural renovation; the beautiful ‘petit’ bed and breakfast hotel known as the Tenbosch House. A true hospitable house opening its exquisite arched metal and glazed doors into a world of Scandinavian design combined with a contemporary uniqueness and a private personality.”

Images: Serge Anton via Yatzer

 

 

 
 
 

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