Homes & Gardens

MAKING HISTORY

Midway through the renovation of this 19th-century farmhouse, architect Bernard De Clerck struck upon exactly the right colour palette for his historic home. The house came with its original shutters and doors, but they had been concealed by almost two centuries’ worth of paint and lacquer. But after plenty of careful scraping, the first

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