The East Flanders town of Tielrode is located where the rivers Scheldt and Durme meet and is surrounded by nature reserves. It’s a good place to find peace; that’s the mission of the Good Repose house. A former cafe and inn, the house has been renovated by two Belgian artists as “an escape for those who enjoy life to the fullest.” The gut renovation included opening up the floor plan, bringing light into loft bedrooms, replastering walls, and redesigning the kitchen and bathrooms. The interiors are thoroughly Belgian, featuring a mix of designs from Droog and Serax juxtaposed with Flemmish antiques. Join us for a tour (and to rent the property, visit Good Repose).
Photography courtesy of Danica O. Kus.
For more Belgian design, see our posts:
- A Belgian B&B, Surrealism Included
- Living with Art: Galerist Veerle Wenes at Home in Antwerp
- A Glamorous Farm for Rent, Belgian Edition
- Vincent Van Duysen Designs a Family House
- A Fairy-Tale Castle in Belgium: The Architects’ Version
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