Discovered via Belgian Pearls: Moka & Vanille, a restored farmhouse turned guest house located in Heusden-Zolder, a village in the Belgian province of Limburg. Owner (and interior designer) Dorien Cooreman has meticulously overhauled the interior, creating an understated, luxurious sanctuary—custom-designed linens, ceramics by Anja Meeusen of PTZE Porselein, and solid oak pieces from furniture maker Malvini.
Above: The brick farmhouse is surrounded by meadows and forest.
Above L: A pared-down modern kitchen with oak cabinetry and gray limepainted walls. Above R: Delicate porcelain vases by Anja Meeusen.
Above: Cooreman used earthy limepaint throughout the interiors and linen slipcovered pieces.
Above: Hand-thrown porcelain dinnerware from Anja Meeusen.
Above: Cooreman mixes ancient elements (the original brick floor) with new pieces (white molded plywood dining chairs).
Above: In the bath, a hand-thrown porcelain basin by Anja Meeusen.
Above: A modern industrial faucet contrasts with the organically shaped basin sink.
Above: Understated luxury in the below-eaves bedrooms, attained with crisp linens designed by Cooreman, fresh paint, linen-upholstered headboards.
Photos via Moka and Vanille, Belgian Pearls, and PTZE Porselein.