Today I'd like to show you the work of Rik Storms. At the beginning of his career he was dedicated to the restoration of antique buildings and castles. Now, he restores authentic antique building materials with particular care and attention. He constantly searches for the most beautiful old materials, which he integrates in classic and timeless interiors.
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Cross beams in old oak.
Ceiling made with old oak beams.
Floors in natural stone.
Floors, counter-top and sink in Carrara marble.
St. Ana marble floor.
Floors in Carrara marble.
Floors in 19th century blue stone.
Table in old teak.
Bath in zinc 19th century. Floor and shower in Carrara marble.
New made stairs in white stone. Banisters in cast iron - 19th century.
Steps in blue stone. Floor in Calcaire stone and Basècle.
Floor in Basècle with white marble
17th century Flemish Chimney - Blue stone.
Columns in marble - Rouge Belge - 17th century
Floors in marble St. Anna. Planks in pine - 18th - 19th century
Floor in Carrara marble and black cabochons - 19th century model
Columns in marble Rouge Belge - 17th century
Table in blue stone - Base in cast iron. Chairs in teak.
Table in blue stone - Chairs in teak. Terrace made with shiste stone.
Garden gate in cast iron - 19th century. Garden path made with Calcaire stone.
Roof made out of 17th century grey tiles. Walls made with planks of old oak.
All images from Rik Storms' web page.