Comforting Homes illustrates the work and philosophy of interior designer Nathalie Deboel. She aims for soothing, timeless interiors with a well-considered palette of precious materials. The aim is to create a personal and familiar place that fits the clients’ individual needs. This publication visualizes a curated selection of residential projects in Belgium as well as abroad. ‘I strive to create a comforting refuge, a place that feels familiar and soothing to come home to.’
Throughout the book, it will become clear that Nathalie Deboel looks for balance instead of controversy. She aims for soothing, timeless interiors with a well-considered palette of precious materials. The choice of finishes can range from eclectic and exuberant to minimal and quiet. However varied the characters of her clients are, the aim is to create a personal and familiar place that fits their individual needs.
An abstract play of shapes symbolize interior on the cover. On the back of the book, they become a play of lines, embossed in the linnen hardcover, creating a tactile link with the interiors seen inside the book. The book was printed on high-end paper and the first edition