Brilliant renovation in the heart of Brussels

A Brussels flat with a modest area of 60 square metres was completely redecorated by Domum Interior.
Meticulous customisation prevails in this project, with the main objective being to make the best use of the available space.

Light and warmth

In the open-plan living space, kitchen and lounge form a harmonious and airy atmosphere. The white base provides a fresh look, while the wood adds the right dose of warmth. The kitchen was finished in high-quality oak, beautifully combined with Carrara marble. To give the wood an extra dimension, the fronts were milled in relief. The island is multifunctional – space for working and eating. The matching stools (Clover) add a playful note.

Optimized space

In the seating area, calm prevails. To meet the demand for storage space, a bespoke library was created with open and closed volumes. In the lower part, residents can store things they want to hide from view; the top offers space for books and other personal objects. Note the beautiful combination with metalwork. The powder-coated shelves are sleek and slim, accentuating the decoration.

On the other side is another floating cabinet – again a sober and functional design that underlines the serenity in this space. The artwork above it fits in wonderfully.

Functional design

For the bedroom, Domum Interior designed a beautiful, white dressing room of which every square centimetre is utilised. Cleverly seen: the door to the bathroom seems to be an intrinsic part of the design. The inside of the cabinets – ‘brightened’ with LED lighting – also looks beautiful and practical, with handy shelves and embedded accessories such as a laundry basket.

With the minimalist design of the cabinets, the bed in solid European walnut wood subtly attracts attention. Facing the bed is a desk with rounded shapes – aesthetic and space-saving. All the materials in this room harmonise with those in the rest of the flat. The result is balanced, with perfect proportions between shapes, materials and colours.