Night Time in a Palace | Domotex 2024

The exhibition “Night Time in a Palace” by carpet designer Lila Valadan transported us into a mysterious, surreal world straight out of the tales from the thousand and one nights during Domotex. Guided through different rooms the different designs by the Persian brand were unveiled. I really loved the room with the bells hanging from […]

Connecting communities – A day at imm 2024

The first ever press trip visiting an Interior & Design fair I was invited to, was at a trip to New York and the AD Home design show. A luxury NY design fair. Together with a lovely team of journalists and interior design bloggers we covered the fair and visited designers in the city. After […]

Exploring the limits and properties of copper with Manu Bañó

Manu Bañó’s new collection explores the limits and properties of copper. It was produced in Santa Clara del Cobre, Michocán, Mexico. A town with a long goldsmith tradition, with artisans accustomed to making small copper objects, like vessels and pots. Manu Bañó Co-founder of Ewe studio designed a collection of 3 pieces made by hand […]

Arca x Vincent van Duysen | Gravitas

The narrative of Gravitas explores the dynamic interplay between textures, natural elements , and human interaction.It also encompasses notions of weight, dignity, and importance, embodying both restraint and moral rigor, particularly evident in the solidity and robustness. For that reason, Van Duysen named the collection GRAVITAS, translating his profound inner sentiments and relationship with nature, […]

A new hotel chic one size fits all room divider in oak

In a previous post I wrote about the ‘one size fits all’ room divider in oak by Dutch company ‘Houten room divider’, pictured above in a beautiful setting. Not requiring a lot of knowledge of construction work,  each Room divider is easily made to measure and placed between floor and ceiling in your living, kitchen […]

The Stylist’s Collection – Colin King for Cultiver

After seeing some images on Instagram of the latest collaboration of Colin King I had to find out more about Cultiver. An Australian lifestyle brand with a collection of pure linen pieces for the home. Together with Colin King a modern, yet timeless collection was designed born from Colin’s desire to find the perfect bed […]

Limited Edition MOSSY collection by BRYCK

Earlier I introduced BRYCK on the blog and during Summer I enjoyed using their couch and hocker myself. Recently they launched the new and Limited Edition MOSSY collection. This unique collection, consisting of a Chair and Hocker is suitable for both indoors and outdoors. And is characterized by a Limited Edition fabric that surprises visually […]

FAINA Gallery in Antwerp Unveils Vibrant New Interior

FAINA Gallery, residence of live Ukrainian design, finds home in a 500-year-old historic building in the centre of Antwerp. The collection housed at FAINA Gallery displays a selection of furniture, decor and lighting as well as other one-of-a-kind designs by founder, Victoria Yakusha. A story-book of live Ukrainian design, each object — an encounter with […]

Tera light collection by Ceramicah

On the blog I often show outstanding lamp design that I come across, and I still have a lot of brands to show you! Today I would love to talk about Ceramicah. Ceramicah is a Los Angeles ceramics studio founded by partners in work and life, Micah Blyckert and Alexandra Cadiz. As a ceramicist since […]

The Mosaic Factory & Osiris Hertman

A few weeks ago I was introduced to The Mosaic Factory at an event at Hotel Rokin in Amsterdam. Part of the Highland Group, the hotel is currently room by room getting renovated by Osiris Hertman. We were invited to see the new entrance and lounge area where The mosaic Factory introduced a Collection of […]

Noa Ceiling light by Emmanuelle Simon

Do you too have certain spaces that you will always keep in the back of your head when thinking about your dream home? One of these places that I love a lot and came across a few years ago is the Evidens de Beauté  spa in Paris by French architect Emmanuelle Simon  I regularly look […]

17th century kitchens and Design in an Amsterdam Canal house

Last weekend I visited Glue Design festival, a four-day design-route from and for Amsterdam designers, the general public, architects, brands, showrooms, galleries, academies, and other people interested in Design. I already showed you one of the participants Grand&Johnson in my previous blogpost which you can see here: Grand & Johnson Design Studio and Atelier An […]