Are you or someone you know an American Expat living in Brussels, Belgium?
Then HGTV is looking for you!
Home & Garden Television (HGTV) is launching a new series that will feature the stunning home properties of American expats Living abroad and we’re currently looking for fun, outgoing, enthusiastic homeowners in Brussels RIGHT NOW!
In each episode, the host will explore four homes looking for great design ideas and highlighting the value-added elements within each space. From interior design to the lifestyle and culture of the area, the homeowners will give viewers a first hand look of what it’s like to live overseas. This will be one of the most artistically shot programs on the network so don’t wait to be a part of this amazing opportunity!
If you’re interested in applying, please contact our casting producer immediately and email photos of you and your property to:
Casting | HGTV'S New International Series High Noon Entertainment 1-303-872-8709 firstname.lastname@example.org http://highnoontv.com
Moka & Vanille, a restored farmhouse turned guest house located in Heusden-Zolder, a village in the Belgian province of Limburg. Owner (and interior designer) Dorien Cooreman has meticulously overhauled the interior, creating an understated, luxurious sanctuary—custom-designed linens, ceramics by Anja Meeusen of PTZE Porselein, and solid oak pieces from furniture maker Malvini.
Jan Michiels, the man behind Antwerp hot spot Hangar Eenenveertig, also manages the equally happening hotel Room National as well as several other bars in town. Hangar Eenenveertig (known familiarly as Hangar 41) overlooks Antwerp's Scheldt River and was designed by Belgian architect Jo Peeters. Peeters retained all the elements of a traditional European grand cafe but added a contemporary vibe with moody dark gray walls, end-cut wood walls, and astral-looking pendant lights from Moooi. Go to Hangar Eenenveertig for more information.