A full renovation of a relatively new farmhouse in Belgium. The property was built in the 1970s in an area well known for fruit farming and horse riding.
Absolute Interior Decor made a significant structural change to the rear wall of the property, extending this outwards to create more space for a larger kitchen, including a 14 metre long floor to ceiling glass wall running the length of the kitchen and living areas. This significantly improved the natural light in the living room and created a frame, and interaction, with the spectacular view of the gardens.
Achieving the right balance can create attractive contrasts for example, setting a gloss cabinet against a matt wall in the kitchen or caramel matt tones of the wooden fireplace with a textured plaster wall creates additional richness against the marble floor.