At home with Vincent van Duysen and Sergio Herman | Serax

Travelling, fresh food, interiors and design kind of sum up my favourite things in life I love to share with family and friends. Not an easy task these days to find inspiration from travelling or interior fairs. Something we do not need to travel or leave the house for though are good food and design, […]

A cast aluminium brass chair by Vincenzo de Cotiis

Whenever in Milan I try to visit Vincenzo de Cotiis, see some pictures I took during my latest visit here: ANTHOLOGY | Vincenzo De Cotiis During the exhibition where next to his own, the work of several of my other favourite designers was shown. Today I love to show a few images of the cast aluminium brass chair […]

Bringing colour into my home with Yumeko bedlinen

I really love this time of the year and always feel so inspired to change things around when the first glimpse of Spring is in the air. I love my home and its latest changes, I still need to work on some major details though, to be honest there are a few, think new curtains […]

A new look for my electric fireplace | Dimplex Spring update

No need to tell you how much I enjoyed my electric fire place over the last months and seeing the many questions and dm’s I received on social media you loved my diy project in the living as much as I do. For those wondering what kind of fireplace I installed, there is some more […]

A beautiful bathroom | Studio Lo-Ho x House of Grey London

After seeing the pictures taken at one of the projects by House of Grey, I fell in love with the beautiful organic sink and bathtub, and had to find out more about the work of  Studio LoHo, a Belgian design office focusing on high-end bespoke interior projects.  Known for their Clay finish, a blend of carefully selected […]

Wabi Sabi & more interiors by Axel Vervoordt | Coffee table books

If I would ever have had the opportunity to build my own house, it would consist of two separate and identical homes connected by a large entry… one house would be decorated dark and moody and the other one at the opposite of the hall, light and airy! The ideal scenery to finish the fight […]

First issue of New Era Magazine | Styling with books Part 2

Part two of this weeks ‘Styling with books’. As you read in my previous post: Styling with Coffee table books I love to use books in my styling at home and teamed up with New Mags, the magazine and books shown in this post are also from this cool online store. With their excellent collection […]

Styling with Coffee table books | New Mags online store

If, like me, you love to style corners in your home, a number of beautiful coffee table books cannot be missed. Some books here at home are favourites and are always on my small bronze table in the living room. They are the perfect basis for a number of objects that I like to look […]

A bedroom fireplace on a winter morning

  Sunday mornings… I don’t know about you but I love to sleep in on weekends. A slow start with coffee, reading magazines and a little scrolling through Instagram and blogs, I love it! This last weekend with the first snow fallen in Amsterdam and that special light you only get to see peeking through […]

Morphe table collection by Atelier STRAF

Introducing Studio STRAF and their unique furniture line Atelier STRAF on the blog today, another superb Antwerp based Studio, and for my US readers STRAF USA -East coast in New York. Studio STRAF is known for its holistic approach, giving each interior a unique spin, creating harmony between the character of both space and resident. The products […]

Wu Wei Cheng pottery

I previously introduced you the work of Taiwanese potter Wu Wei Cheng on the blog, see some of his earlier work here: Raw and minimalistic pottery by Wu Wei Cheng. Still in love with the raw minimalistic appearance of his tea pots and cups, I’d love to show you another one from the collection.       // […]

Behind the form | New works by Fino Prydz

  For those who follow for some years know that one of my most beloved artworks at home is made by Norwegian visual artist Fino Prydz. Inscribed with his minimalist vocabulary and abstracted forms, Prydz’s paintings display a sensibility towards colour and a subdued palette is used to focus on the natural materials such as lime, […]