Monday, March 31, 2014

White Living

What a weekend that was here in The Netherlands! We enjoyed some beautiful weather and for the first time in weeks I had a really relaxed weekend. I sat a little bit in the garden, played with the kids and had a nice dinner with my family. Now the week has started again and I am kicking it off with some white precious jewels for your home. 1 This cutie of a lamp has the name Lolita and she is designed by Nika Zupanc. I would love to have this beauty in my living room or even at my Studio. It’s in the collection from Moooi. 2 Glass bells are hot and this example from Serax is definitely on my wishlist. I do already have some small ones but this one is so sophisticated with it’s white foot that it's welcome to complement my collection :-). 3 This pewter plate is a design from Studio Job for Thomas Eyck. 4 Don’t Leave Me is the name of this metal side table. Thomas Bentzen designed it for HAY. 5 This Icon from Arne Jacobsen would be a nice addition to every house. Still going strong and available via Fritz Hansen. At the background you see my favourite wallpaper. It's the Woods wallpaper from Cole & Son. Here in the Netherlands it's available via Femkeido. Femkeido is al lovely shop in Delft as well as a webshop. So when you can't go and visit the shop in Delft online ordering is also a possibility. And I have to congratulate Femke because yesterday the shop celebrated it's first birthday! Well that’s it for now, hope you like the white living inspiration from today.  

Monday, March 10, 2014

Delicate decorative sets

Prachtstijl (Splendour Style) is a beautiful new concept from the Dutch Saskia van Damme. She is a designer & stylist and she creates beautiful little sets to decorate special little corners in your house with. If you are looking for some special decorations for that small table in the hall or for the antique cabinet in the living: Prachtstijl is where you have to look. Saskia selects new as well as vintage items and combines it into a decorative set which you can buy at her website. I think the sets look really delicate and have that wow factor you want in your interior. The Vintage items will show some scratches or signs of use which gives them a unique character and tell a story.