The liberal Belgian politician Leopold de Wael became mayor of Antwerp in 1872. During his time as mayor, the Museum of Fine Arts and the National Bank of Antwerp were built. Being calm, independent, elegant and courteous, he walks you through this two-bedroom apartment at the second floor of Maison Brederode. His favorite spot is the Huf Sofa, from where he has the bathroom and master bedroom on his left, the second bedroom with built-in bunkbeds on his right and kitchen and dining area in the same space.
Leopold de Wael always makes sure he provides his guests with some basic amenities: toiletpaper, soap, dishwashing liquid and tablets, coffee & tea, sugar, pepper, salt and olive oil. To spoil them he chooses Egyptian cotton bed- and bath linen and hair & body wash from Rituals.
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