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A vintage-inspired family home in rural belgium

Hejsan hejsan! We've taken to the high seas (actually they're not that high- the Baltic sea is beautifully calm today) and heading to the island of Rügen in Germany - I've never been and super excited, any tips?! I hope you've got some fun plans for the week ahead too? Adventures aside, I thought we'd kick off the week with this lovely country house in Belgium. The home belongs to Liza van der Stouwe founder of Atelier Rozijntjes, her husband Vincent and their three children and has been beautifully captured by Avenue Design Studio. Think fabulous tiles, a wood-burning stove, vintage finds, modern touches and oodles of charm!

















Styling/Photography: Avenue Design Studio

What a wonderful family home? I love the children's bedrooms - think I might have to steal a few ideas, how about you? 

And how about all those vintage touches? Liza finds many of them in second hand stores but I also find Etsy a wonderful source for everything from industrial pendant lights to reclaimed school desks and many of the stores ship worldwide. 

To get the full scoop, nip over to Avenue Lifestyle where the talented creative duo Holly Marder and Hedda Pier share some more info on this lovely home and insight on where things are from.

Looking for a little more inspiration from Belgium? Why not pour yourself a slow brew and take a peek inside the eclectic world of Bea Mombaers (you can stay there too!), and a relaxed Antwerp home (one of my all time favourites). Oh so fabulous?!

Have a wonderful start to the week!

PS If you're looking for shelving, I love Tylko - and they're offering an exclusive discount right now too. More here!

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  1. What a nice home! I would have liked some pictures of the surroundings though ... and the recipe of that apple cake!

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    1. Agree - would love to see where it's situated - and that apple cake....Mmmmmmmm!

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  2. I really love this house.... everything in it is beautiful.
    Have a lovely trip!!!

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  3. What a beautiful house! So cosy but without unnecessary clutter. I think I like the kids bedroom the most x

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    1. I love the kids rooms too, they're so charming!

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  4. Enjoy your trip! Sounds like an wonderful adventure; I hope you have good weather and nice accommodations.

    Gorgeous house today, also!

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    1. Thank you Emily - we're staying on our boat, it's wonderful in these islands, very laid-back and relaxing! A little too much rain right now though....

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  5. Another beautiful post.

    As for Rügen, if you like homemade cake and a chilled atmosphere, then don't miss out on my friend's café in Putgarten

    http://www.helene-weigel-haus.de/

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    1. Your friend's café looks lovely! If we make it to Putgerten we'll definitely drop in, thanks for the tip!

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  6. I am fascinated with the floor tiles in the kitchen/dining room/living room. The pattern is beautiful and reminiscent of a combination between a sisal rug and a kilim. Absolutely gorgeous!

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  7. I love that there is a picture with a person in it. It makes the home come alive!

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