Thanks a lot to De Morgen Magazine who featured our home in their Interior Special, some weeks ago! For those who didn’t read the article, I give you a glimpse of our ’30s apartment, in the city centre of Antwerp. White walls, soaped wooden floors, and a lot of natural light are the main ingredients of our home / creative studio.
When I met Joëlle and Julie for the first time, we immediately felt a connection. We share a common passion for minimal and authentic designs. They are the enthusiastic and creative team behind ‘Cazelle‘, a company specialized in interior, styling and objects. For the realization of their interiors, they choose every piece of furniture and decoration very carefully with there impeccable taste. A selection of this objects will be for sale this weekend at the ‘Kabane private sale’ in Zomergem. Read more about this event on the inspiration page of VTwonen, where I wrote an article about it (only in Dutch): http://www.vtwonen.be/inspiratie/bloggers/interieurshoppen-bij-kabane/.
It was a pleasure to work together with this inspiring ladies, and photograph all these beautiful objects! I’m happy with result, and love the kind of moody atmosphere in these pictures. What do you think? This is only a small selection… there are many more pictures to share soon!
Excited news! From next week I will share my passion for interior, design and beautiful objects at the inspiration page of VTwonen! Curious? Follow me here!
Need some Christmas gift inspiration? What do you think about these wooden PICS and BLOCKS from The Style Hunter? They are available with original quotes and illustrations, designed by Pascale Mommens, or you can choose for a personalized option and print your own pictures on these beautiful wooden blocks. They look great hanging at the wall, as decoration in the kids room, or just put them on your desk to pimp your office. Have a look at the webshop, to discover all about it!
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In the interior and design trends, brass and copper have stolen the show for a few years now. I am totally happy with that, but for me it is important that a design is more than just a trend. Those adorable objects are all handmade in Japan and the product of a tradition. The diamond shaped paperweight and the chopstick rests are the result of a collaboration between designer Oji Masanori and the 114-year old Japanese foundry Futagami. The massive brass is raw textured. The spoon is been hand shaped by Reiko Fujimoto within a small studio in Osaka. I am totally in love with the hammered texture. This objects celebrate the idea of imperfection with the brass material finding new patina and character as it ages… I enjoy this lovely livingware everyday, and I am sure we will be using them for many years!
Some inspiration for Christmas shopping! I have put together a list of gifts that would make me very happy! What about you? 1. Japanese iron kettle designed by Rikuchou Ogasawara 2. Minimal world map by Cereal 3. Speckled wool scarf by COS 4. Striped toilet bag by House Doctor 5. Sunday Suppers Cookbook 6. Sheepskin 7. Polpo Cookbook 8. Riess cooking pot 9. Kinfolk magazine