A Amsterdam home
A raw industrial home in Amsterdam, photographed by Nathalie Krag. The walls are just stunning and I love how they used it as a chalk board. And the minimum amount of color makes it, just perfect.
a Piero Lissoni home
A Piero Lissoni home in Tuscany, for his family and friends. An open house with big windows to bring you in the Tuscan life.
The black steel window frames and stair is just stunning, especially with the raw materials in the furniture.
Images via Home & Delicious
We are in the spring mood,
especially with these yellow fresh items from our blog friend Buisjes & Beugels.
And have you seen the kids post on the MINI blog? More colorful items from Buisjes & Beugels!
We love this wall inspiration by Marianne Luning that we saw in the vtwonen.
You can make an old fashion wainscot as beautiful as you like by using different materials.
Don't you just love the second image with the plates on the edging?!
Isabel Marant, a great woman, a beautiful brand.
The first 2 images shows the new etoile spring summer collection of 2013, love that blouse on the first image!
The last 3 images are in the studio of Isabel Marant, photographed by Backyard Bill.
Take a look at his website and get inspired!
we LOVE vintage
We love our vintage section in the shop. All kind of products are welcome in our 'new life' and we are always searching for new items, so don't forget to look every now and then..!
A lot of beautiful Vipp news lately.
Photo 1 & 2 shows their new table with a teak recycled table top and a matt black or glossy white frame.
Photo 3 is the new annual color for Vipp, a simple beautiful grey, they call 'Ray of Grey'.
Photo 4 shows the suction hook, again a simple but pretty design from Vipp.
and the winner is...
We had so many great comments on our Star give-away. Thank you all!
The winner of the star is Margreet de Vries, congratulations! Please contact us for all the details at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to Le Repere des Belettes for this beautiful give-away.
This is the beautiful home of duo Patrick Gilles en Dorothee Boissier in Paris.
I love the classic details with the black and white. Together with the wood makes it a perfect, rustic environment.