LIVING room. What’s old is often considered to be resolved. There is a Eddy’s Boerjan don’t agree with that. He restored a barn in the town of Poperinge, in the honor with nearly all the original features. The result is a country-style décor with personality and a feel to it that is in a new building, never to beat it. “You can clearly see the traces of the past that they carry with them, and that I think is so beautiful. That is, the time and effort it took to make the recycled wood to be processed, I would be happy with that.”

for example, If you’re in the middle of the Eddy Boerjan from the highway, and a barn appears with a thatched roof and wooden beams in the walls, and you can imagine yourself for a moment in Bokrijk. He dwells, however, more than 200 miles away, and on the other side of the country, in the West-Flemish Hills. The thick, two centuries ago, in the area around the town of Poperinge is also a lot of half-timbered houses were built. “My neighbor, who is 80 years of age, has ever told me where they were, but they are almost all gone,” said Eddy. Without him, there was also a barn is not out of the question, because of course, when he was about six years ago, he was in a armtierige state.

“I could see that it was a beautiful building and that beauty I wanted to re-turn to make a weekend out of it, the only one of its kind.”

That was easier said than done, but as a traditional man, has to be Eddy’s experience was with the old materials, and he likes a challenge. With the greatest of care and with a lot of patience, and he was 2.5 years old, every spare minute working on the renovations — and he made the house a real gem of a place.

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