I was ultimately led to the original, in the Polish magazine Werenda, by the Danish blog The Essence of the Good Life. I was not disappointed by the additional photos. The house is in Belgium on Lake Genval near Brussels where the stunning landscape attracts residents of the capital on the weekends.
The interiors and antiques that fill the rooms reflect the Dutch heritage of the lady of the house.
Natural material, untreated wood, and muted earth tones: browns, shades of sand and ash, and white make up the color palette.
Further inspiration came from the imagery in the paintings of the Dutch Old Masters.
The kitchen mirrors that of a traditional Dutch house.
The bedrooms and baths reflect a simple but elegant European aesthetic.
See the entire article by Caroline Amiel here. Photography by Christophe Rouffino.