The monochromatic interior features a seamless blend of materials. Some elements from the previous home remain; exposed brick and plasterwork. These have been painted white to blend with their newer surroundings. Natural light cuts into the centre of the kitchen through a large skylight, reflecting in all the white. Dark accents are sprinkled throughout; from the trim of the windows to the moody backsplash in the kitchen. The black elements contrast beautifully with the white walls and millwork. The floors are refreshingly simple; polished concrete is the perfect canvas for Holvoet’s design.
The furnishings, like the finish materials, are minimal and classic. All of the pieces are expertly paired with the architecture. The dining table, made of rough aged oak, is Vincent Holvoet’s own design.
The contemporary design of Kitchen & More is just right. Not too much, not too little — simply a classic design to be enjoyed for years to come.
Photography by Cafeine.