Belgian Townhouse
Aaron Able
Oct 1, 2008

The New York Times has been publishing lots of neutral spaces lately and this home's interior, painted in Flemish grays and whites, fits right in. British knitwear designer (and expert furniture scavenger) Justine Glanfield and her husband, photographer Vincent Fournier ,turned a former commercial townhouse in Brussels, Belgium into a family home that would fit right into the pages of Living Etc....

The home was built in 1912 and has 3,230 square feet spread out over five floors &mdash the two interior images above are of the sparsely-furnished (though near perfect) basement apartment. Check it out: In Brussels, a Town House With a Vintage Vibe and slideshow.

Images: Sarah Michielsen for The New York Times

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