An all new ceramic collection by Gubi

Earlier this week I showed you how GUBI took over Milan’s iconic Bagni Misteriosi to showcase their in and outdoor collections: Gubi at I bagni Misteriosi | Milan Design week 2023. And today I want to show you some more of Gubi’s Carmel collection I came across when going through the pressroom. “The Carmel Collection […]

Outdoor design kitchen & furniture by Borek

Outdoor season is almost here! I personally can’t wait for the days to get longer and the sun to show itself more often. When spring arrives, outdoor living starts with a thorough cleaning of my patio and taking care of the plants. I fill the large black containers with new plants and others are trimmed […]

Outstanding lamps and beautiful design objects by Pulpo

I first got to meet Pulpo at Maison & Objet some years ago and was really happy to use some of their furniture, a big trio table in white and a set of chiara tables around the couch and a few of their Oda lamps. Made out of a hand-blown glass body, and resting on a semicircle steel undercarriage the lamps, designed by Sebastian Herkner, spread […]

An urban jungle with NTRLK and Carolijn Slottje

After reading lots of positive reviews, thank you so much! I think i can say that building an atrium filled with plants was a really good idea! Wow what an urban jungle it was at the back and let’s not forget to mention the air plants, according to imm the! most photographed item of the […]

Green home book | Styling plants the Scandinavian way

It was such a pleasure to see my friends Susanna and Riikka again when visiting Habitare in September. Both were at the fair, Riikka with her and Pia Rougers Botanic Shelf and Susanna for some styling projects she did, I showed one of them in this post I made about the fair: Inspiration and trends from Habitare […]

Sea urchins X Airplants at Hutspot Utrecht

You loved the picture I made at Hutspot Utrecht and posted on my Instagram  yesterday so I thought it was a good idea to show it on the blog as well. I have always loved sea urchins, except for the spiky black pins of course, and remember when in Sardinia to collect them and how […]

Decorating with fresh Strelitzia leaves

When travelling to Spain last year for SunnyDesign, a blogtour organised by Red, I was really impressed by the different flower shops and as far as I remember it was the first time I actually saw huge Monstera leaves being sold as a single leaf and decoration object. This week I finally found some stores in […]

Inspiration for your home | Botanic prints for plant lovers

The green trend is still going strong, but unfortunately we do not all have enough time or knowledge to really get into it and let plants become part of our home. I used to have a real green home ages ago and never even thought to much about it… and I don’t know if plants […]

Inspiration for your home | Decorating with greens

If you like to add some natural home deco to your home without buying lots of plants, Eco Deer might just be the thing for you! Inspired by the small deer antlers on wood, and in love with the modern tropical trend in design, Kate created Eco Deer as a botanical wall vase for everyone […]

Beautiful greens and a simple DIY idea | IMM 2016 Designpost Köln

Design Post Cologne is located in the historic halls of a former post office and a showroom where exclusive international interior design brands present their current trends. Located on walking distance of the IMM Messe, it was easy to have a look at the different expositions.  I loved the light and relative small space and was […]

Greens at home | ‘Vitamine plant’ launch at Hutspot Amsterdam

In January this year I made some new years resolutions and one of them was to bring more greens into my home. I think I more or less sticked to my plan and my home is definitely getting greener. I am enjoying the contrast between the plants and the concrete and black and withe of […]

Graphic lines X DIY with greens

I read this article at the TineK blog the other day and loved the mood board made by Stine Albertsen combining graphic lines with natural materials. She is using small twigs framed in metal frames in combination with the graphic lines from napkins, while placemat and greens add a natural touch. After the framed feathers and the botanic […]