Bachelor Pad

Bachelor pads are something else completely. Full of sturdy, masculine vintage tan and black leathers, steel, bare brick, concretes and dark colors, they ooze cool and a nonchalant messyness. A vintage Mid Century piece here, punchbags, weights or even a Harvey careless hung, placed or parked somewhere else, mancave style.

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Pierre Jeanneret

Pierre Jeanneret has been forgotten for a long time, but in the last decade or so his designs have been re-discovered by high-end interior designers. He rightfully earns a place on my list of Mid Century Design Icons. You can read more about these Design Icons here, and here and here.

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Blush Pink

Blush Pink Interiors for spring is still the vibe right now. Also known as Rose Quartz, it was the official color of 2016. Personally, I tend to think that pink is for little girls, but these pics prove that blush pink interiors can be totally perfect. And that I may be a bit prejudiced… 

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Amsterdam Loft

An Amsterdam loft is the latest project I just finalised. As you may know I am, besides an interior-design blogger, also a 3D Artist. My blog actually helps me make sense of all the trends and hypes in interior-land. So that I can create my 3D Artist Impressions with added creativity and informed interior design choices.

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Dark Kitchens

Dark kitchens are on my mind right now. I am doing a project creating visuals for a huge townhouse here in Amsterdam. This house will have a summer kitchen and a winter kitchen. I’m thinking of making the winter kitchen dark and cosy. Not sure yet whether it will be industrial, modern rustic or classic chic so I have been collecting imagery for all three styles.  Continue Reading →

I’m back again and what has drawn my eye lately is the large round mirror. They are suddenly turning up in lots of blogs that find their way to my inbox daily and a quick browse on Pinterest rewarded me with lots of round mirror inspiration. I am not talking about the standard size of old, but huge ones with at least a 1 metre diameter.

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Bare brick walls can be such a treasure for you to your home… while it can also be an eye-sore to others… basicly, it’s all in the eye of the beholder. Personally, I love bare brick walls, as they add a quirky quality, an imperfection that makes a room interesting.

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Organic Ceramics

Organic ceramics was what I was thinking this morning. Over time I have seen lots of these demure beauties on the net. So I decided to make a small collection of them. What they have in common are the muted, desaturated natural colors. The odd and uneven shapes. The, often locally sourced, natural clay materials.But some of these ceramics are made of more luxurious materials such as dark marble or golden metals. Still, they exude this organic vibe.

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