Interior blogger Greet Lefèvre wrote this blog about Alexandra Siebelink interior.
Beautiful finds at Alexandra Siebelink
Following my blog for a while, you will have noticed that I posted earlier about Alexandra Siebelink , who is a Holland based interior designer.
Alexandra’s work is featured in a lot of European magazines and
publications, as in one of my favorite and must-have books, titled
Quiet Living, Unique Country Interiors by Piet Swimberghe-photography Jan Verlinde.
This book counts numerous interiors with a rural touch.
I have always admired Alexandra’s design work. Alexandra loves to work with natural materials as natural stone,
oak wood and lime paint, which all age beautifully. And she always knows how to choose and where to place the
appropriate furniture, decorative items and objets d’art.
Here you can see some pictures of her work.
Alexandra has a strong preference to work with simple furniture.
She is keen on space and light and loves to use a subdued color palette.
Alexandra loves to use Belgian linen in combination with other natural materials.
Today I want to share with you exceptional furniture I discovered at Alexandra’s website.
Gorgeous antique cabinets
Wonderful wooden benches
A simple table used as a desk
Gorgeous linen covered seats
If you are interested in one of these pieces, please contact Alexandra at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To see more of her interior design work, visit Alexandra’s website at http://www.alexandrasiebelink.nl
or follow Alexandra on Pinterest