Last updated on August 13th, 2021
If one is to define Belgian décor style in two words alone, it would be – simple luxury. Simple in its choice of materials and lines, yet luxurious in the feeling of comfort and richness it manages to create. It isn’t a wonder then, that this interior style happens to be in a league of its own. If a décor style that’s as rustic as it is modern, resonates with you, then this is definitely a style you must give a shot to.
1. Plentiful Natural Light
The Belgian emphasis on natural light isn’t without reason. Belgian homes abound in natural light and all the décor elements used, when awash in natural light take on a softer and more inviting appearance, one that is characterizes their interiors.
2. Zero Clutter
3. Natural Elements
Belgian décor elements are mostly made of wood, stone, ceramics and other natural materials and kept as raw and close to their natural form as possible, which gives the interiors an earthy, rustic appeal.
5. Neutral Hues
6. Oversized Furniture
7. Timeworn Materials
Belgian décor style celebrates aging and timeworn finishes that lend a rich and rustic appeal to their interiors, whether it’s a well-worn, hand-me-down chest of drawers or an antique chair that’s stood the test of time and still manages to look as elegant.
8. The Old Blending Seamlessly With The new
Belgian aesthetic values the old and the timeless. Having said that, it also embraces the new with the same fervor, which is what makes Belgian interiors so strikingly dynamic. You’ll find antiques here, standing seamlessly alongside industrial elements, lending a strikingly fresh and modern feel to the entire space.