Category Archives: design

Happy 2017!

January 1, 2017


Wishing you all a wonderful start of the new year 2017!!!

Temporary concept store A Better Blend closed his doors yesterday, and I would love to thank Anouk, Sophie en Sofie for the wonderful concept and amazing organization, you did such a good job ladies! Thanks to all the customers for passing by, for being so enthusiast and supportive, and for shopping our shop empty! It was a blast!

For those who are still looking for original new years cards, don’t worry, there are still a few left, and available online at the brand new All Over The Place webshop. Besides our greeting cards, you can find the most beautiful selection of ceramics, wooden objects, textile, and more!

Go and check it out:


A portrait of Nathalie Van Durme – Studio 19.09

November 6, 2016


Nathalie Van Durme is the face behind graphic design label Studio 19.09. She develops visual concepts with a strong focus on detail. Her work is based on the principles of a strong concept, simplicity, clarity and character. She is inspired by the passion of her clients and truly cares about their success. The studio focuses on creating a real story, a unique design and a perfect identity.

In this portret shoot I tried to capture the relationship between the designer, the lovely Nathalie, the design process and the final result. Because these three aspects are important to tell the story of Studio 19.09.

The Future Archive

October 18, 2016


Yesterday I had the honor to be part of ‘Future Archive‘, an innovative project at Biennale Interieur curated by BaronessO. A selection of inspiring objects and furniture were selected to create a unique visual installation. I worked on a series of abstract compositions, determined by the strong shapes of the objects. Planes, lines and curves were the basic elements to build this series. By shooting the settings from top, and  using square view frames, the images became more abstract and universal. The soft and often complementary colors were used like it were paintings.

It was an amazing experience to style and shoot this images in the environment of the Biennale Interieur. Improvisation (I didn’t know which objects to expect) and interaction (instant feedback of the visitors hanging around) were key elements of the day. Thanks Baroness O. and Biennale Interieur for the opportunity and making this possible!

Also a special thank you to Julie from granola brand Floom, to add the surprising element of food into the project!

Linen by Verilin, tiles by David & Goliath, ceramics by Anna Badur, Cathérine Lovatt and Petite Friture, jewels by Lien Hereijgers, petanque balls by Jean François D’or, diaries by Marjolein Delhaas, glasses by Theo, wire numbers by NakNak, metallic bowls and colored baskets by Normann Copenhagen, colored candle holders by Imke Höfker, marble tables by Atelier Haussmann and stone sample by Van Den Weghe.

The Fresh Light x Biennale Interieur

October 13, 2016


Biennale Interieur is celebrating their 25th silver edition from 14 to 23 October in Kortijk Xpo.  Baroness O. created a unique and interactive project: the  ‘Future Archive‘, a display of new objects and reigning trends, the most innovative furniture and accessories that every visitor should remember. A group of creatives is invited to create a visual installation with the pieces on show. I’m so happy to announce The Fresh Light is one of them! On Monday 17th October I will take over the Archive to create a series of inspiring captures. Floom will add the surprising element of food into the project. You are welcome to visit us and have a look at our creative process (Hal 4, booth 436) or you can find the result later online…



September 14, 2016


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):

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!


August 27, 2016

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!

Floor Wetemans Fine Jewelry

August 12, 2016

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It has been on my bucket list for a while to shoot a jewelry line, but I couldn’t dream about these beautiful designs. I’m proud to present these photographs I made for Antwerp based fine jewelry designer Floor Wetemans. Her delicate and refined pieces are all handmade in Antwerp. If you would like to discuss a bespoke commission or purchase pieces from the collection you’re welcome to pop by her studio. You can contact Floor at to make an appointment.

For the graphic identity we teamed up with talented Kristel from Studio Posen (who took care of my logo too). Besides business cards, there will be postcards and a beautiful booklet. The website will be launched soon. Stay tuned for that!

Thanks a lot to Floor, Kristel and Janice, our beautiful model, for this wonderful team work!

Vormstudjo part II

July 17, 2016


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I introduced you to the lovely designs of Vormstudjo some time ago, and as promised hereby I show you more of her work: the birth announcement of winter baby Noor and baby boy Ayden, and a delicate save the date card for the spring wedding of Florence + Olivier. Do you like them as much as I do? Don’t hesitate to contact Vormstudjo to create your personal announcement or invitation:

A portret of Anne-Catherine from Clo Clo

June 9, 2016


Meet Anne-Catherine, the founder of the interior design blog Clo Clo. She’s a 26 years old interior addict and design junkie living in Antwerp. After her studies in languages and interior design she started the blog in the summer of 2014, to share her passion for creativity, design and interior.


At the moment Anne-Catherine is launching her Clo Clo Studio ( You can hire her for freelance styling and communication projects, focused on interior and design.


And last but not least, you can join the Clo Clo Workshops soon, where you can learn tips and tricks to pimp your interior, make creative DIY things, meet lovely people and enjoy some good food. Sounds great, isn’t it?


We had a lot of fun shooting this pictures for the renewed Clo Clo website. Go and check it out and don’t forget to have a look at the new logo design by Studio19.09!



June 2, 2016



Welcome to the wonderful white world of Vormstudjo, a graphic design studio founded by the creative marvel Joëlle Speltdooren. After studying graphic and interior design, she got inspired by her little son Céril, and started to translate her love in the most beautiful and almost ethereal designs, from birth cards and wedding invitations to visual identities. She takes care about every detail, like the quality of the paper, the printing techniques, the packaging,… what guaranties authentic and high quality results. Stay tuned for more pictures of our photo shoot in another blogpost soon!