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welcome to boutique Vanhille grubert

In our atelier in Ezelstraat, you will find expertise in North European and mid-century modern furniture. With a main focus on Hans Wegner, Arne Jacobsen, Børge Mogensen, Arne Vodder, Le Corbusier and Pierre Paulin. The focus lies on keeping to the original design. Next to that, there is an expertise in special wood and leather treatment. 

We take pride in keeping to the original making techniques and design, with an equal focus on restoring and treating the wood and leather. We are working closely with colleagues that maintain the same high quality of work, should the pieces contain elements that lay outside our expertise. 

 

Beside from working for private clients all over Europe, we have an ongoing collaboration with Ampersand House in Brussels, Visavu Design in Holland, a major private Bank in Belgium and furniture galleries in New York, Berlin, Holland and France.  Since several years, we have also been restoring at the Brafa Art fair in Brussels.

philosophy

In our upholstery atelier we always strive to work as sustainably as possible. This means that we, when possible, always use high quality natural materials free from harmful substances, Belgian CFK-free foams, sustainably farmed and naturally tanned skins, European produced materials, high quality fabrics and always strive to create as little waste as possible. We reuse where we can, but of cause never compromising on the quality.

Because sustainability also means to make something that lasts for many years.

what we do:

•Reupholstery and restoration of furniture, new and old

•Restoration of Damaged wood on tables, chairs and other furniture

•Construction of bespoke furniture and wall panels 

•Bespoke cushions in all sizes and shapes

•Sheepskin carpets from up to 12 skins 

•Bespoke lampshades

these are some of the brands you can find in our boutique:

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