When I saw the pictures of this house, I immediately recognized furniture, lighting, decoration and fabrics to be of Belgian origine. And by reading the name of the decorator of this house, Christine van Hoecke, I realized that indeed she has a very Flemisch name. I might think that she moved to Spain to start in Marbella, her interior design company Araxan Interiorismo, but I couldn’t find a website of the company.
A lot of the furniture you can find at Araxan Interiorismo.
Space, light and white colors define the decor of this home.
Wooden doors with an antique patina for the entry hall, in a wonderful combination with the painted pedestals.
The extraordinary hight of this room has created a mezzanine and the room is used as sitting room and as office.
Oak furniture and linen upholstery for the sofas = very Belgian.
A former patio has been converted into a dining room! The result is a special stay, circular and surrounded by columns!
Belgian linen used here!
Master bedroom in white.
This is my favorite picture of the house : the corridor leading to the bedroom.
Christine van Hoecke
nave 35 Marbella (Málaga)
What are your thoughts about this Belgian influenced home?
All images : here.