Artist Apartment: the apartment Mathilde Danglade in Belgium

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Mathilde Danglade, jewelry designer and owner of an apartment in Belgium, like raw stones magnify their shortcomings, she made her profession. Traveler at heart, she has settled in Brussels. Visit a place where the world tour starts in the living room.

Wood, precious stones, warm colors ... The Belgian designer apartment Mathilde Danglade jewelry does not lack flavor! Zoom this exotic and atypical place goldsmith decor. 

Mathilde Danglade, a passionate artist stones

Born on the island of Ré, the jewelery designer Mathilde Danglade has all of these chic baroudeuses that make you dream. If it is in Hong Kong she imagined its future precious and authentic pieces is in Brussels that chose to open M32, its first concept store. This is where it dropped anchor after following her husband around the world. 

Mathilde's love of stones was born ten years ago, after passing in Asia, where she found extraordinary gems. Today, its craft and delicate creations gemstones, natural or colored - it does not necessarily hewn - his precious stones, diamonds "rose-cut" or "polki", ancient coins, its pebbles and driftwood are sought after by fans around the world. 

On a wooden cabinet, Relax Factory in Marseille, travel souvenirs and mottled old box ... in China! ceramic sculptures, Sofi Van Saltbommel and ceramic lamp and straw, Henriette Jensen. On the ground, glass jar, Pierre Côté and old Berber carpets, Beni Ouarain. On the wall, ceramic Sandrine Bretton.

On a wooden cabinet, Relax Factory in Marseille, travel souvenirs and mottled old box ... in China! ceramic sculptures, Sofi Van Saltbommel and ceramic lamp and straw, Henriette Jensen. On the ground, glass jar, Pierre Côté and old Berber carpets, Beni Ouarain. On the wall, ceramic Sandrine Bretton.

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In L'entrée au décor Art Déco, suspensions en verre trouvées en Italie; photo noir et blanc, Nicolas Dervichiam; lampe en tissu et bois, Shanghai Tang et petits miroirs anciens chinés en Chine.

In the entrance to the Art Deco decor, glass suspensions found in Italy; black and white photo, Nicolas Dervichiam; lamp fabric and wood, Shanghai Tang and small antique mirrors unearthed in China.

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In the dining room, the wall is punctuated ceramic Braille"Keep in touche", Sandrine Bretton. Sous une suspension en fer et pampilles, Vox Populi, ensemble table et chaises en bois massif de récupération, Piet Eein Eek. Sur la table, bols "Krenit", Normann Copenhagen et boîte chinée.

In the dining room, the wall is punctuated ceramic Braille "Keep in touch", Sandrine Bretton. Under a suspended iron and pendants, Vox Populi, table and chairs solid wood recovery, Piet Eein Eek. On the table, bowls "Krenit" Normann Copenhagen and mottled box.

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An artist apartment called the trip

In this apartment the Ixelles district, Matilda put his travel memories in a setting with warm colors. In this area the tunes of New England, Matilda and many French expatriates have reconstructed a sort of village. Most of the works and objects that it has gathered in her are creations of friends, as if to recreate a family away from home. 

And for the one who made the authenticity a course of action, the antiques here and there complete this so personal decoration. Upon entry, the decor, played by Art Deco windows, the plant's history. A theme that is found declined on the stone fireplace carved lounge. As the pieces she creates, Mathilde sought by the balance and energy. A quest that is reflected, among others, through the natural light of which the apartment is entered. 

Gold, cashmere, steel, wood, or ceramics Raku, materials Mathilde particularly fond were grouped here. While both need professional and personal enrichment, travel punctuate the life of Matilda: the couch "Princess" Caravan, Indian mattresses that fill his studio or Berber carpets that adorn the floor are proof. In New York, where she regularly visits his daughter, Matilda also feeds his shop thanks to the show Tranoï. As in his concept store, for which she is always looking except Mathilde has created a unique design, born of meetings and the juxtaposition of life moments, one of those places? the strange soul that only true creative know dial. 

Mathilde Danglade, M32, 32, Darwin Street, 1050 Brussels, Belgium, tel. (+32) 2 345 83 58, Mathildedanglade.com. 

Concentrated, Matilda prepares a trip to India.

Concentrated, Matilda prepares a trip to India.

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antique chairs, Relax Factory; the wall bag Jérôme Dreyfuss, and G & amp hats; Gi.

antique chairs, Relax Factory; wall bag Jérôme Dreyfuss, hats and Gi&Gi.

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Bed & quot; & quot ;, Princess RV; Cowhide rugs, holiday house, and painting at'encre de Chine, Catherine Le Van.

"Princess", Caravan bed; Cowhide rugs, Holiday apartment, and ink painting from China, Catherine Van.

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In the lounge area, antique wood and natural association around'une table ancienne chinée à Hong Kong, d'une lampe en tissu et bois, Shanghai Tang. Chaise "Bertoia" de Harry Bertoia, Knoll.

In the lounge area, ancient and natural wood combination around an old table mottled in Hong Kong, a fabric and wood lamp, Shanghai Tang. Chair "Bertoia" Harry Bertoia Knoll.

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library column"Ptomoleo". Fauteuil "Paulistano" de Paulo Mendes Da Rocha, Mercredi à Bruxelles.

Library "Ptomoleo" column. Armchair "Paulistano" Paulo Mendes da Rocha Wednesday in Brussels.

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Crockery Astier de Villatte, and tab.

Crockery Astier de Villatte, and tab.

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Main metal Mark Eden Schooley, former Bakelite bracelets and rings, Mathilde Danglade.

Main metal Mark Eden Schooley, former Bakelite bracelets and rings, Mathilde Danglade.

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In the kitchen, on a concrete tile, Emery & amp; Co., the first collection of Mathilde jewelry, dating from'il y a 15 ans, un collier en jade et coton ciré. Dessous de plat en boules de céramique, Konstantin Slawinski.

In the kitchen, on a concrete tile, Emery & Co., the first collection of Mathilde jewelry, dating back 15 years ago, a jade necklace and waxed cotton. trivet ceramic balls, Konstantin Slawinski.

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Bench mottled old in China, down, raffia tongue reported from Japan, pearl necklace in seeds.

Bench mottled old in China, down, raffia tongue reported from Japan, pearl necklace in seeds.

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Scuptures flowers, Antonella Fadda Haffaf.

Scuptures flowers, Antonella Fadda Haffaf.

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raw materials at a jewelry designer

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On the windowsill, ceramics, Henriette Jansen, heather and old candle flea Brussels.

On the windowsill, ceramics, Henriette Jansen, heather and old candle flea Brussels.

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Mathilde laying on a wool ottoman, Arcade, and an old Berber carpets, Beni Ouarin. wood console and mottled old boxes in Hong Kong. Painting Gaele Flao and black embroidery on paper, Tatiana Wolska.

Mathilde laying on a wool ottoman, Arcade, and an old Berber carpets, Beni Ouarin. wood console and mottled old boxes in Hong Kong. Painting Gaele Flao and black embroidery on paper, Tatiana Wolska.

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