(Country Living Magazine)
Interview with Belgian Woodcarver
'Landelijk Wonen', Belgian Interior Design Magazine
It’s quite an honor: the editorial staff of the Belgian magazine on interior decorating called “Landelijk Wonen” (Country Living) has published quite an elaborate and captivating article regarding my daily activities as a ornamental wood carver.
The article appeared in the January edition of 2014.
“Landelijk Wonen” (Country Living)
For all those who live outside the big city and wish to enjoy a pure and authentic lifestyle, “Country Living” is the magazine to refer to. Purity, simplicity and harmony: this magazine has a preference for the simple things in life. Giving special attention to craftsmanship, tradition and authenticism, the magazine mainly focuses on those who wish to live as close to nature as possible, enjoying the outdoors and the natural cadence of the seasons.
This luxury lifestyle magazine is distributed via press shops and supermarkets.
“Country Living” is an exceptionally beautiful magazine, which is published bimonthly in Flanders and the Netherlands. The Belgian photographer, Claude Smekens, has created an incredibly beautiful photoreport of about a dozen pages.
Price for the magazine: € 4,95.
Website Landelijk Wonen
Claude Smekens Site photographer