A new Side table in American Walnut by Arno de Clercq

Made in American Walnut the Bunker Side Table is the latest addition to the collection of Belgian designer Arno de Clercq.  For those who are not familiar with his work, Arno’s first collection has come to the idea that there are too few interiors where they no longer have the big and static vases and […]

Nomad | A furniture collection by Belgian designer Nathalie Deboel

Belgian interior designer Nathalie Deboel presents her first furniture collection, ‘Nomad’. Handcrafted in Belgium and made of solid oak or walnut with subtle details in brass.  The idea for the collection started early in 2020, when Nathalie Deboel’s life tilted from being constantly on the move to a period of home working and reflection. She […]

BRUT Depot – A permanent exhibition and meeting space by Brut Collective

If you read my blog for some time and followed my Milan Design week treasures over the years, I am sure you came across BRUT, the Belgian collective of designers I wrote about earlier. It was always a bit of travelling in Milan to see their exhibitions as they were a bit further away from my […]

Weathered and beautiful shaped design mirrors for an autumn home

Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn! With the sun luckily still peeking behind the clouds some days, I also found myself turning on the stove during the first chilly evenings, a sign autumn really arrived. I personally love this time of the year to create new corners, add a bit of colour I normally don’t use, buy […]

New tableware by Sergio Herman for Serax

When it comes to ceramic tableware, Serax is one of my favourite brands. Most of my dinnerware is from Serax and I am really happy to be able to work with their collections for a few years now in our different shoots for w/ Style.  Sergio Herman, not a stranger on the blog either is one of […]

Arno Declercq | New collections and website

It has been almost 3 years I first introduced Arno Declercq on the blog and I have been following him ever since. Being an admirer of his work from the first hour, I really enjoy his journey and growing collection after starting his own brand of rough bespoke items in May 2017. His first collection […]

Minimal room screens for your home

The days folding room screens were just a necessary or functional solution are way behind us! Originally found in China in the 7th century they were mainly used by royalty, very heavy and ornate, and were not moved around. In the 8th century, the Japanese began using lighter, more portable room dividers for tea ceremonies, […]

Hakudo cork diffuser | Aoiro Design X Studio Corkinho

On my Instagram I showed you the wonderful gift I got from Aoiro some time ago, I treasure little gifts like these and burn the candle the slowest possible to let it last longer. In my opinion a nice home perfume can have a healing effect for the soul and mind and especially these days […]

Chaud Side tables by Charlotte Jonckheer

Another sculptural design on the blog today, I hope you enjoy seeing discoveries like this as much as you love the different homes, design news and ceramics I post on the blog. With the first fairs behind me and looking forward to Milan Design week… let’s hope Corona virus will be under control by then, […]

Ceramics by Evi Radoes

During a 5y ceramic course at the Academie of Haspengouw Evi Radoes fell in love with ceramics. Since 2018 she has a little studio in Sint-Truiden, Belgium. Her background as an architect has contributed to her view on design. I first came across her work through Amsterdam based Restored a few years ago and love […]

LC Project by Belgian designer Nils van der Celen

Wooden slats seem to grow as a trend in interiors and I especially noticed the use in our bedrooms lately where we see beautiful headboards. I think they look really sophisticated and seeing your reactions on my former post about the use of wooden slats at home, you love them too! Here is a previous […]

Infini bed by Belgian designers Nill Spring

Remember my post about that amazing headboard in which I talked about the use of narrow wooden slats at home and showed some examples, including a table and kitchen island. I had to think of this again after spotting ‘Infini‘ one of the box springs by Belgian Nill Spring. Nill Spring got the inspiration for this model from […]