Top picks from Fine Art America

Where I previously had some real gallery walls, I now prefer to have a few spots at home where I combine art with books and accessories. These corners give me the possibility to create the still life’s and styled corners I love so much. And of course there is always a spot left on my […]

Restyling my home with books and art by Peytil

As you know I really like creating new corners and stills at home, that’s why I loved teaming up with Eitil Thorén of Peytil for this blogpost. The creative process of styling with books, art and the things we have at home already, is what I love most. I find it really relaxing and I always […]

Galerie Philia presents 40 international designers in New York

Let’s go to New York and have a look at an exhibition presented by Galerie Philia! An exceptional exhibition of art and design at Walker Tower, the iconic 1929 Art Deco building in the heart of Manhattan, and running from 15 February until 30 June 2021. Located at 212 West 18th Street in Chelsea, the exhibition space […]

Minimal art by Nina Holst

For those who love to read interior design blogs, I am pretty sure you know Nina Holst, a fellow blogger, travel partner and friend for years. This year however Nina followed her passion and opened Gallery Nina Holst where she sells her own art. Today on the blog some of her art beautifully captured at […]

An exhibition at Tokyo gallery ‘Objet d’art’ by X and L Amsterdam

Although I love clean and Scandinavian minimal style images there is something about the dark and moody atmosphere in the picture above I really love. X and L kindly sent me some images made at their first exhibition at Objet d’art gallery in Tokyo which I love to show on the blog.  In a previous post I […]

In Dialogue | Ark Journal x Fredericia exhibition

Being introduced to Ark Journal first in Milan earlier this year, the magazine has quickly become one of my favourites of the moment. I have to admit that their beautiful covers are certainly helping as well, the latest issue had several covers to choose from. I love how the magazine collaborates with different brands, for […]

Ideas to Intuition | Opening exhibition of ‘Work Shop’

Interior designer Fiona Lynch opens a permanent gallery during Melbourne Design Week. ‘Work Shop’ is a curatorial showcase of experimental design, fine art and objects from leading Australian and international artists and designers. For me this is a real jaw dropping installation, not only the objects and shapes but also the presentation, the raw bricks and […]

Subhuman Inhuman Superhuman | An installation by Rick Owens

I got some pictures sent from Milan while one of my Italian friends was at the opening of Rick Owens  “Subhuman Inhuman Superhuman” at the Triennale Di Milano in Milan. A unique exhibition dedicated to visionary designer Rick Owens.  The Curve, the Triennale’s signature exhibition space, is transformed by Rick Owens into an involving pathway through two […]

Embracing Ageing | Birgitta de Vos at Raw Materials

Inspired by the Japanese Mono-ha and Wabi Sabi, and as a counter reaction to a cultural and social environment of more and more visual and digital daily input, Birgitta de Vos made these weathered, worn and rusted works. I couldn’t think of a better store to exhibit her work then Raw Materials in at the […]

Don’t be Like the Rest of Them, Darling | New posters for Summer

Earlier this week I showed some examples on how to change your home for summer with different rugs, lamps and small home accessories in different cereal colours and maybe even a bit of brown, the colour for winter 2016. Lidewei Edelkoort calls it the rise of the south, where young designers from Nigeria, South Afrika […]

A cliff top home in neutral colours in Australia | work of Tracey Deep

I am pretty much impressed by the work of several Australian designers I came across recently, such as the work of Hare + Klein who is responsible for this project. It were the wall sculptures created by Tracey Deep that caught my eye on their blog. Inspired by the material itself as a starting point Tracey creates sculpture works made […]

Industrial X「In Visible」by Daijiro Hama

Last month I wrote about Ashes to Snow and when I went to bring some magazines with the article I made about them for the vt wonen love blogs magazine, the store was even whiter then the first time I visited. At the entry a beautiful green bench and some plants blended perfectly with the green gas bottles of […]