The texture of the Old Chancellery, after all almost 350 years old, is particularly highlighted by the play of colors in the rooms of the Deluxe Double Room N°1. Gentle browns meet with muted blue tones and green accents creating a calming atmosphere.
This sophisticated suite is a place of well-being that will positively affect its residents. The wood of the furniture perfectly creates a cozy atmosphere and stands in perfect contrast to the white colors applied in the room.
Earthy tones – red and brown – are predominantly in this suite which turns the room into a kind of rustic retreat. However, the fine stucco on the ceiling creates a connection to the old texture of the house and into the present. Classic style but with a contemporary feeling.
The Japanese understanding of aesthetics, searching the beauty in the imperfection, also called “Wabi-Sabi” is characteristic for the style of Axel Vervoordt and is particulary visible in this room. For example, in his “floating table”– a table that seems to float.
In these rooms, also located in the historical part of the building, the guests can expect a wonderful play of light that perfectly underlines the beauty of the selected pieces herein. This creates an organic harmony between the architecture and interior design.