Color touches


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100% love for this living room with all the color coming from that it! Touches of colour and some beautiful basics...and what about that fireplace...beautiful!

ceramics: Étude Géométrique


Étude Géométrique is a ceramics collection by Ann van Hoey for Serax. A collection of basic forms. Ann came up with the idea of folding thin sheets of clay when she saw origami artists at work in Japan. The collection grew from a a bowl with four corners and the logical next step was the confrontation between the circle and the triangle.

I think the geometrics are really stunning when looking at the pictures. Just like my post last week this is also a piece of art on your table and you can really make some beautiful table settings with this collection. It is almost like filling an empty canvas with forms, colors and food to make up your own beautiful piece of art and composition.

Images through Serax

April & May hearts


This made me smile...

1. the granny style blanket by the Purl Bee (through Apartment Therapy) (and you can make it your own...)
2. Bondt tables by Zeitraum
3. my favourite flowers, Craspedia through I wed style 
4. yellow vintage style clutch through the Brides Cafe

a touch of yellow


A touch of yellow, lots of white, a little bit of grey and a beautiful wooden bed...
100% love for this bedroom.

Image through Automatism

Photographer Mark Eden Schooley


Mark Eden Schooley, an American photographer based in Paris.

Last week I did a post about a lamp which he designed. And looking in his portfolio I just had to show a selection of his beautiful work.

You can find more here.

Images by Mark Eden Schooley.

ceramics: Perfect Imperfection


The first part of a series I will be showing here about some beautiful and special ceramic collections.

Perfect Imperfection by Roos van de Velde for Serax is a porcelain range that is a symbol of innovation in several ways. The collection is produced where the imperfection, defectiveness and coincidence are given the chance to play their part during the production process. The collection is like balancing on a thin wire.

Love the thin look of all the parts and how they are perfectly imperfect together. I can see a table setting with this whole collection...beautiful and poetic. A little story on the table....100% love!

Images through Serax

April & May hearts


This made me smile...

1. My sweet little boy Storm, he loves this chair as much as we do :)
2. Tooth Fairy pillow by Oeuf NYC
3. a beautiful color combination through BoligLiv
4. Eames chairs being great together through Riazolli



Wood in subtle things, furniture pieces or some little accents in combination with white backgrounds and/or floors....

100% love from me!

Images through 2 or 3 things I know, Skonahem

colorful outside space


100% love for this colorful outside terrace. Makes me get into the summer mood immediately.

Image through Marie Claire Maison

Growing up by Jenna Postma


Growing Up is a chair that needs your mess to create a comfortable seat. Clothes normally lay all over the floor, but when you throw them in the chair, it becomes functional and decorative.

What a clever idea, a stylish solution for indeed something that happens in many homes. Jenna Postma is a Dutch designer who works narrative. The stories proceed from experiences, memories, imaginations and feelings. The designs are simple and very playful. Take a look at the site of Jenna Postma to discover more clever and beautiful designs.

Images through Jenna Postma 

Tulp fireplaces


Loving these inspirational images by TULP Firemakers. The story of TULP is a story of passion for fire. Enjoying beautiful moments in front of fireplaces of genuine design. Believing in timeless design. At TULP each fire has its own story.

I especially love the way they show their products in a stylish and beautiful way with lots of details and sphere. These rounded corners and walls are truly amazing and unique. Go and find out more here.

Mark Eden Schooley lamp


100% love for this simple yet beautiful and serene lamp.

A design by American photographer Mark Eden Schooley. The lamp is handmade from steel wire and cotton and is available in two sizes at Artilleriet in Sweden and Serendipity in France.

Found through Remodelista.

April & May hearts


This made me smile...

1. It takes hands by Vol25
2. Love is all you need through Ellemania
3. Country house through Freshome
4. Mason Jar Chandelier by BootsNGus

From NL with love


A selection out of the Dutch magazine VTwonen for you. A Japanese inspired styling production. Graphic meets powdery pastel and simple combinations and flower dessins.

A beautiful clean and serene style with lots and lots of inspiration.

From NL with love for you.

Images from VTwonen 

String Gardens


The story behind String Gardens starts 3 years ago. Fedor van der Valk, the designer of String Garden, has always had a love for seeds, plants and trees. He started experimenting with 3D crocheting and covered it with several materials like clay, earth and grasses. After that he tried this technique with small room- and garden plants. The result is String Garden, hanging plants who seem to be floating in the air.

Love this technique and it feels somehow a bit poetic to me. A beautiful alternative way to have plants.

Images through Press Only



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And you even can choose your perfect product by selecting one of the styling packages that offer you the perfect selection of products fitting your style or mood. Are you in the mood for Perfect Pastel, Beautiful Basics,  Duo Fluo or a Men's world?

I would love to so HI to Designlemonade, welcome in our world and thank you for your beautiful shop.