Fatti, Pierre and daughter Romana live in Brussels, Belgium in this artsy loft, full of vintage treasures. Fatti brought a feminine touch to Pierre's world, ruled by sober, functional design. The loft, inudated with light is also a vast playground for their 18-month-old daughter Romana.

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16 Comments:

  1. Beautiful!
    Do you know what brand are the white shelves?

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    1. Hey Jelanie!
      The bookshelves were actually designed by Pierre himself - he's an architect. They are commercialized by Kazaar Belgium and you can find them here :
      http://www.kazaar.be/products/xyz

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  2. There is nothing better than loft living...miss it! Love the casual feel of art just leaning on the wall. Check out my post on sentimental art!
    xo
    E

    http://urbanchiqueness.com/chique-art-sentimental-silkscreen/

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  3. I love the hard wood floor. They seem to have their own history and personnality.

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  4. What a cool home,, Where can I buy that Sofa they have ? Does anyone know the name of it ? Absolutly cool..

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    1. Hey Peter, the sofa is actually a reedition from 1970 by Mario Marenco for Arflex.
      Here it is : http://www.arflex.it/prodotti/sk_prodotti.asp?head=11&cat_id=135&titolo=cosa&div_id=

      Cheers, Si-

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  5. I really love the living room and the wood floor! :)

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  6. Hey, realy love your blog!Which chairs and table are they in the living room??

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    1. Sorry for the late response. The chairs are an assortment on Friso Kramer chairs and the table is designed by Eduardo Souto de Mausa for Aciemo. Si-

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  7. Toujours aussi inspirant tes post !!! j'adore l'ambiance qui se dégage de ce loft... merci pour la découverte. belle semaine à toi ! biz

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  8. I love everything about this space! The artwork, the wood, the chalkboard, and can we talk about those living room chairs?! Swoon.

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  9. Love the space. The space looks incredibly spacious and simple. Not an easy feat I would imagine with kids etc. Love how the artwork is displayed, especially in groups resting on shelves. And the kitchen table / storage is great. Do you know who makes that?
    SWEET post.

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    1. Hey Scott! The kitchen island was designed by Pierre himself using salvaged wood pieces from building sites. Genius...

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  10. J'aime beaucoup, en particulier le mur en peinture tableau où chacun y reflète son mot du jour et son humeur !

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