Reader’s home – Kathleen’s mid-century home in Belgium

Posted on Tue, 19 Jun 2012 by KiM

I’ve got a reader’s home to share with you today, thanks to Kathleen: I am a painter and interior design student from Leuven, Belgium and I love all vintage and retro things. I am a big fan of the Brussels flee markets and thrift stores and furnished almost all my house with it. I live for 15 years in my house now – a 1930’s midterraced, 2 storey house in the university town of Leuven. My painting and windows are on: kathleenmineetalage.weebly.com. I’m a big fan of mid-century decor, and Kathleen’s home has lots of cool vintage MCM pieces such as a Bertoia chair, West German pottery, teak Danish chairs and OMG fab leather sofa! 

WyGal says:

I agree, I love the mid-century pieces and leather couch! Nice house Kathleen, it looks great. The bedroom paint color is awesome with the wall hanging.

alanc230 says:

The granny square afghan is very much of the period. I wonder if she found that thrifting, or if it's been handed down in her family.

Kristina says:

I love the computer corner, it is my favorite from all the pictures. Wouldn't mind if it is in my flat! ­čÖé Great job, Kathleen!

Oregonbird says:

The bedroom is very striking! I love the dishes, I've collected mine piece by piece as well, and love each one for itself — you just don't get that from a set.

TieDye64 says:

What a lovely and welcoming home.

Kathleen says:

Thanks to you all for your lovely comments! @alanc230: the granny square afghan was from another granny than mine, since I thrifted it too.

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