Wednesday, January 18, 2012

A Living Room of Glass

I'm a bit of a lover of architecture-- some of it inherited from my father and some (ok, maybe a lot) from Andrew. One of my most recent discoveries is a beautifully rustic and modern house located in Belgium by Bruno Erpicum. Roly, as it is named, is a small brick and stone structure that has been converted into a house in which the indoors and outdoors meet. A living room of glass is perhaps one of the most wondrous features and seems quite cozy on a wintry day despite displaying all for an outsider to see. The features of the interior boast rustic stone finishes with clean, modern lines-- a beautiful contrast.





Best yet? It's currently used as a bed and breakfast. Add that one as a place to stay next time I take a trip to Belgium. :)

3 comments:

  1. Ooooh, now that's how you combine rustic and modern!

    One thing though, what if you fell out of bed?

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  2. I'm not big on modern, but I do like how this house looks. It's so sleek but soooo rustic. I love the glass living room.

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  3. This is so beautiful! I need to take a trip to Belgium!

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