Zita, guest house and art with vintage charm in Brussels

Zita, guest house and art with vintage charm in Brussels

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More than a traditional bed and breakfast, Zita is a * house of art and soul * tastefully furnished and decorated by the host of the place Claire de Traux, helped by Karim, a talented entrepreneur and supported by architect Julie Wissocq. Ideally located in the heart of the chic and trendy district of Place Brugmann, this character house dating from the 1920s welcomes you in style in a beautiful vintage bohemian atmosphere. Welcome to Zita.

A large living room bathed in light

Géraldine Dardenne On either side of the entrance opens a large bright living room with a resolutely vintage look: yellow sofa signed Joseph-André Motte, Louis Sognot coffee table found at Relax Factory and low sideboard in light wood custom-made by the Hopop studio.

A kitchen as design as friendly

Géraldine Dardenne In the basement, an essential meeting place imagined as a meeting point with a warm design, Zita's cuisine is available to its guests and can accommodate up to 18 guests. Note: every morning, a hearty organic breakfast awaits you on the impressive marble table overhung by pretty Ori pendant lights, designed by Hopop Studio. What start the day off right.

A room like at home

Géraldine Dardenne If the living spaces invite you to share, the rooms of Zita offer a special atmosphere, skillfully worked to feel a little like at home.

A slightly retro bathroom

Géraldine Dardenne All with their private bathroom, the rooms give pride of place to comfort and comfort. Here, love at first sight for the refined aesthetics of this space dedicated to well-being and subtly enhanced with touches of color.

A suite with an exotic atmosphere

Géraldine Dardenne Each in their own way, Zita's rooms and suites make you want to be somewhere else. Here, it is the old-fashioned worlds suspended above the period fireplace and the plane drawings drawn from an old book (an idea of ​​Kate Meeus, the chineuse and decorator of Retro Factory) who invite to a exotic stay.

A bathroom between marble and copper

Géraldine Dardenne In the adjoining bathroom, a Duravit ceramic basin sits on a superb basin in Carrara marble. And, on the wall, beautiful Bloomingville copper mirrors enhance everything.

A lounge area in the Safari suite

Géraldine Dardenne Exotic ambience at will in the Safari suite, with a beautiful mix of wooden furniture, woven wicker chairs and suspensions and ethnic patterned cushions.

Focus on a unique wall decoration

Géraldine Dardenne On the wall decor side, Kate Meeus of Retro Factory wanted to reinforce the singular atmosphere of the suite by adding some delicate touches of exoticism. Bet raised hands down!

A well thought out office area

Géraldine Dardenne In each of Zita's rooms and suites, a small office area has been fitted out. Here, in a swinging London spirit of the sixties, he rubs shoulders with a wall lined with vintage vinyls. More info on the website


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