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 suite 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, the interior design and the residents of the suite.