Couleur locale store visit in Knokke

Although I love design, and all things raw and black maybe even a bit more, there is also a side of me that loves to add some natural touches to my home, but most of all I want items to tell a story. A beautiful basket or pot sourced abroad, a lamp that shows clearly […]

The Architecture Collection | Paper Collective news

On our way back from Sweden we had a quick visit at our favourite Danish poster shop Paper Collective  to see their new Architecture Collection, a series of photos consisting of fourteen motifs, all demonstrating the scope of architectural photography today. The series is captured by five photographers from around the world, including Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen of […]

Living in a gallery called home

The other day I read an article on Nya Rum on how the border between homes, jobs and public places has been blurred nowadays: “Restaurants feel like the kitchen at home and the living room is filled in like a gallery of paintings and sculptures” I couldn’t agree more as also at home I am constantly looking […]

A Belgian furniture makers collective |vormen|

When it comes to choosing furniture, material is one of the first things that have to really appeal to me, concrete steel, leather and wood will always win over plastic surfaces, although I do appreciate a strong form in plastic, it is just not something I would buy personally. Next to material, the shape of […]

Autumn cooking & spices | w/ Style

Mid October already and we still have lots of sunny days here in Holland, something that makes me really happy. Although out of all seasons I love Summer most, also this moment between Summer and Autumn has its charm. With interior fairs coming up, new collections and feeling creative and full of energy after a […]

Pure Minimalist collection by Ameé Allsop

Pure Minimalist is a minimalist furniture collection created by Australian born and New York-based  architectural designer Ameé Allsop. The collection is about calming the senses and enticing a poetic change, much like her recent move from Brooklyn to the beaches of the East End. The 2018 collection is handmade in New York with select travertine and solid […]

Minimal light design by Vibia | Tempo

Minimalism is not the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of Barcelona, Vibia might be a beautiful exception though! Next to the small kitchen update I am planning, my home is in need of a new lighting solution, As you might have read I find this really difficult, continuously coming across to many […]

The Five Seasons by Marcel Wanders for Alessi | w/ Style shoot

October already, I can hardly believe Summer is slowly ending! On the other hand I am looking forward to the new season and redecorating my home for Autumn. I love to bring in some darker colours, maybe paint a wall, bring in some carpets and light the candles around the home a bit earlier to […]

A concrete house by Whispering Smith architects

Let’s talk concrete! One of my personal favourite materials and to be found in almost every room of my own home. I love the raw feeling of concrete but could never live in a complete concrete box, I always need a good dose of white and wood combined with it to soften the concrete. This […]

Chrona lights | Graypants design studio

I first came across the team of Graypants some years ago in Milan, originally from Seattle and Amsterdam, Graypants’ creativity leads to diverse designs in products, architecture, and other beautiful objects around the world. Their work expands globally with collaborations and custom designs for leading companies worldwide.  In Milan it was their Murmurations chandeliers that caught […]

Copenhagen Design tour by Fredericia & Georg Jensen

You might have seen at my Instagram stories I was on a two day trip to Copenhagen last month, it was kind of the last trip of my holidays and a really cool kick off at the same time of the new season with new releases and the first fairs. The Designtour was organised by […]

In the neighbourhood | Exhibition at the Grey House London

In the Neighbourhood was one of the exhibitions from London Design festival I have come across several times online, and I thought it was worth to check out what this was about and who was behind. The exhibition could be best described as a pop-up exhibition curated by friends and neighbours, Louisa Grey and Morgwn […]