In the library of the Brussels townhouse of Jorge Almada and Anne-Marie Midy, armchairs upholstered in cottons flank a side table by , the couple’s furniture line; the ottoman and rug are custom made.
The velvet sofa, armchairs, bench, and mirror are all by , and the mantel is original.
Marquise-style armchairs from San Miguel de Allende, Italian wood chairs, and bleached oak floors in the front parlor; the shades are of a cotton, and the iron halo came from a traditional Mexican religious statue.
A sofa topped with satin pillows, a French mirror, and a 1930s-style side table in the living room.
Almada and Midy with their sons, Antoine (left) and Olivier.
The kitchen cabinetry and island are custom made, the barstools are by , and the oven is by .
The cocktail table, settee, and metalwork side table in the living room are all by , and the chinoiserie-style armchairs are vintage; a painting by Mari Jose Marin (left) and a pencil drawing by Philippe Ségéral flank the mantel.
In the master bedroom’s dressing area, the iron-and-leather rocking chair is antique, and the silk caftan is from Uzbekistan; the closet doors are covered in a wallpaper.
In the master bedroom, the canopy bed has a velvet-upholstered headboard and is dressed in linens; the sconces and are vintage, and a vaulting horse serves as a bench.
In the guest room, a chaise by , a lamp from the ’50s, and an ; a photograph by Amber Eagle hangs above a desk found at a Mexico City flea market and an oak chair from France.
In Midy’s studio, a bed made of old Venetian pylons is covered with a tapestry from Uzbekistan, and the chair is by Charlotte Perriand; the photograph is by Holly Wilmeth, the rug is from Nepal, and the side table is by .
The boys in their bedroom; the quilt was made by Midy’s grandmother, and the large pillows are by .
The headboards are by , the coverlets and lamps are by , and the curtains are of a cotton; the vintage papier-mâché horse was found at a Mexico City flea market.
In the front parlor of the Brussels home of Jorge Almada and Anne-Marie Midy, a Sophie Ristelhueber print is displayed on a lacquered oak desk by , the couple’s furniture company; the Napoléon III stool was found at a Paris flea market, and the mantel and mirror are original.
The chair in the master bath is by and the shower fittings are by Grohe; the pine floor planks are painted white, and the walls are of marble.
The façade of the Brussels townhouse, which was built in 1907.
In the hallway, a chair upholstered in fabric from a military tent; the marble flooring is original, and the light fixture was purchased in Paris.
A Belgian army officer’s desk, a vintage chair, and an antique mirrored screen in the dressing area.
In the guest room, a headboard is upholstered in a velvet, the bed is dressed in linens and an antique Uzbek throw, and the lamp is by ; the drawings above the bed are by Anne-Marie Midy, and the 1930s photograph is of her grandmother.