Today I posted a picture on Instagram because I saw this funny and sunny detail in my interior on this rainy day, made by my eldest son at school. And within a few hours I discovered the great Mickey Mouse print designed by COOEE design. Coincidence or do you notice things better when they are
Just a lot of white tiles, combined with concrete and wood, copper or tire-baskets accessories. Basic minimalistic and so beautiful. Source pictures: emmas designblog and ingerstedt
While travelling from Strijp R to the ‘Klokgebouw’ on Strijp S on our first day visiting the DDW we passed the ‘Torenallee’. An industrial area with lots of workspaces for designers, interior shops like Yksi Expo and the Ontdekfabriek, where kids can build their own design from left-over materials (also open every week of the year on wednesday
The Dutch Design Week, every year 9 days of design, art, interior, and most of all lots of inspiration in Eindhoven. In 2012 I couldn’t join this great event, so happy to be there 2 days this year: walking around, making pictures, acquiring inspiration. Visiting Strijp R, Strijp S, the ‘Klokgebouw’, ‘Hier is Utrecht’, the
Although most of the time I prefer a basic white interior, also for kids. I was stunned by this colorful kidsroom: the green floor match with a pink rug, the flowery wallpaper, the mix of pillows on the bench made of pallets and lots of lovely decoration details. source: woonblog
We have a crush on LEGO. Floor really likes his LEGO train a lot, Pip started collecting LEGO friendz for girls and I immediately fell for the great storage products designed by Room Copenhagen, like the LEGO storage brick. So great to actually have one in Floor’s room now. You can buy this great storage
I have a crush on this Spanish finca: the concrete floor, the basic white and grey walls and styling. With some accessories I used to sell in my webshop like the horse swing, the tire basket and the crochet stool cover. Realizing I miss my creative job sometimes…. The Finca Pura Vida is a B&B in Benissa run
Such a creative and minimalistic design for a pop-up store. Inspired by shipping boxes and designed for a pop-up shop for Zalando in Berlin. The units can be moved and positioned everywhere in the shop but also re-used. Love the concept! Designed by Sigurd Larsen, a Danish architect living in Berlin and developing such great projects and furniture!
I’ve always had a crush on pink in my interior. Not to much, but just a small touch. So I adore this great styling in the dutch interior magazine VTwonen by Frans Uyterlinde with pictures by Jansje Klazinga. Having plans to repaint the pink wall on Pip’s room with silver-metallic paint, I think I’m going
A great french family home with lots of inspiring styling details. Found on The Socialite Family. An online place to wander around in lots of family homes around the world.