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Tim Van de Velde

I stumbled upon the website of Belgium photographer Tim Van de Velde and was immediately smitten with his gorgeous photos. His amazing composition makes even the simplest of spaces look intriguing. His interior portfolio takes you on a journey through some really fantastic homes. My favourite is in the first few photographs - black and white (YES!) and a juxtaposition of modern architecture and furnishings with very traditional artwork. Fab!!






Reader Comments (7)

WoW! The black and white home in the first few pics blows me away. And what a fireplace! I must check out his work. Thank you!

Wow.. the brick room with huge doors and the little blue car! I pick that one. And a few more down interesting idea to hang the little notes as a chandelier. Maybe the wedding guestbook? I wonder if that's what that is. Love the brick with dark wood. Man0man! Love it!

16 Nov 2011 | Unregistered CommenterCS

Wow! So impressive! And huge! I'm speechless...

16 Nov 2011 | Unregistered CommenterOlga@Stardust

The first few? Oh Y.E.S.

minimalist without being cold, monochromatic without being boring, perfect blend of old and new. i'll say "yes please" to this one.

16 Nov 2011 | Unregistered Commenterpolish chick

emotional interiors

17 Nov 2011 | Unregistered CommenterIvan

we belgians have some amazing amazing fashion designers, but i have to say people from holland are way better when it comes to interior design! but that doesn't mean that we don't know how to decorate your house! so you are right, this house is insane, love love the combination of the old rustic elements and of course the design classics! the polder sofa has always been one of my favorites! BTW we have some amazing interior magazines too: feeling wonen and actief wonen, full of belgian interiors!

18 Nov 2011 | Unregistered Commenterabsolutely mrs k

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