Greet Lefèvre of Belgian Pearls has beautiful Belgian style…
The second thing I love about blogging is meeting far flung talent like Greet.
In real time I get a design perspective from halfway around the world.
An interior decorator, wife and mother, together with her brother,
Greet runs a family owned business of cabinetmakers, for the fourth generation.
Through her eyes I can see her Belgium, and it’s absolutely beautiful.
Running a cabinetmaker’s business, you can tell she appreciates wonderful wood…
Too many gorgeous photos to choose from in a blog just started last summer.
Greet takes us to Brussels antique dealers open houses here,
her orangery here ,and shows us her husband working on the roof
of their outbuilding here.
Brasserie Notarishuis in Belgium
She shows us the color and drama that add that extra edge to true Belgian style…
A dedicated disciple of fellow Belgian Axel Vervoordt,
she is also an admirer of Lars Sjöberg’s Swedish style…
” an art historian and curator of the National Museum of Stockholm.
He is a well-known author of beautiful published books about Swedish furniture.”
More of post here
In addition to all her gorgeous photos, first person tours,
on the ground “reporting” on true Belgian style, Greet is a very supportive
and delightful fellow blogger…and a pleasure to know.