Shortcut to a new interior? You might consider your thoughts when returning from bed and breakfast Suites 95, a hidden design stay in the vast polders of Lissewege, Belgium. A place where the inspiration connects with every detail and piece of furniture.
Decorated with selective art and endlessly inspiring textures and materials, there is more than one eye-catcher in every room. But the iconic and original seventies DS600 Non Stop sofa from De Sede will undoubtedly reach out to every design heart. As does the whole vintage collection of the passionate design and art collector Hans Soete. With a pure play of light he runs the bed and breakfast and found himself a way to showcase his vintage treasures and artworks of -young- designers at heart.
Embracing the power of knowledge of craftmanship, Hans has always been collecting and searching for beautiful design and art objects. The carpet by textile designer Carine Boxy extends like a landscape around the free-hanging 360° rotatable black wood fireplace. A compact and original Vitra desk stands out between the rich light from the floor-to-ceiling windows and linen curtains. You will sleep in one of the two suites with a queen-size bed and both connected to a spacious, luxurious bathroom.