Gravenwezel Castel, located in a village of Antwerp, Belgium is one of the masterpieces of interior designer Axel Vervoordt who has wrote his name to the design history with his highly aesthetic and elegant interior designs. He explains his key to success as being true to himself instead of adapting his style and the castle is definitely one of the designs that he presents his style in a most pleasant way. Still, it’s just one of the many designs that has been making tremendous impacts for the last 50 years. What makes his style unique is his approach to decorative elements as he leaves them as they are, time doesn’t wear them out but brings them a natural value according to him but his approach is not a surprise when considering he is also one of the best art and antique dealers. The castle has became a byword through the years as he brought many precious art works, antiques together with his remarkable interior design. One of the other features that’s been making his style unique is how he blends the serenity and minimalism of Japanese culture with Western approach. His works are about silence and strength, that’s why any overwhelming touch is being avoided no matter how many high valuable decorative elements have been used for the interior. Serenity of the design is being felt even through the photos as mostly the earth-toned colors and natural textures have been used to create such atmosphere. Each room is picturesque in their own way, yet still modest and connected to each others.