Modern Home Project with Pink Sofa in Brussels

In the heart of the Brussels European District, a duplex apartment was remodeled to be a modern interior design project by Isabel Gómez Interiors Design Studio. This old townhouse, originally built in  1898, features some of its original elements such as the beautiful ceilings, the marble fireplaces, the big wooden doors, and the nice city garden. Take a look at this stunning project filled with Domkapa’s handmade designs!


The goal of decor: bring the full potential out of this space. An open living, dining, and kitchen area helps to eliminate unnecessary structures within a home while encouraging free airflow.


For the designer in charge, the design should tell a story and evoke emotion preferring quality over quantity. At the same time, the clients wanted unique interiors. That’s the reason why they have chosen Domkapa’s furniture, for its effortless and modern look and modular pieces, as Disruption Sofa used in the living room area.


The result? A modern home filled with charming details that combine different materials, shapes, patterns, and textures. A balance of modern and eclectic styles, neutral tones, and textures with mixed and unexpected materials in order to create a warm, welcoming vibe to each space.


But not the inside is the highlight of this project. The backyard is such or more stunning than the interiors! With Domkapa’s outdoor collection, the small space was optimized to create a peaceful and comfortable look, perfect to relax after work or hanging out with family and friends on the weekends. The match of the brick walls with the vertical garden does the final touch of this great project!


So, what is your opinion about this project? Would you like to live in a home like this?


Image credit: Isabel Gómez Interiors