The beautiful furniture pieces seen here in this home in The Netherlands are hand made by the owners. Good news for all of those that are not that handy, these furniture pieces are also sold through their website Huis & Grietje. Large items can not be shipped though and are pick up only (in Sliedrecht, The Netherlands). This house was featured in VT Wonen (styling & photography by Jeltje Fotografie), you can read more here.
This lovely kids room is decorated in beautiful soft colors. The bed is designed by Rafa kids and comes in 4 finishes : wood, whitewash (featured in this post), white and dark chocolate. the subtle lines of this bed make it a beautiful element of any space. The bed is lifted just enough from the ground to provide the best comfort when lying, sitting or chilling out on, during the day. It is a very slim bed design with a great material efficiency. The best of both worlds: very sustainable in production and beautifully minimal in design. The table is a new additional to the Rafa kids family. This versatile piece of furniture can be use a (side) table or as a bench.
Until 15th October French luxury department store Le Bon Marché is celebrating the city of Paris with exclusive collaborations. Big names in fashion have specially designed limited collection for Le Bon Marché. I love the collaboration with Bobo Choses: the baquette, a typical French icon, has been used as print for a sweater and gorgeous tote bag. You can see all collaborations here. Thank you Urbanmoms for letting me use these beautiful images.
Aren’t these stuffed animals the cutest?! In Etsy shop Lesne you will find magical woodland creatures which are born in a magic village called Radzewice. This place’s got a big river running through it and it is surrounded by old trees, lots of bouncing deers, happy singing birds and of course the enchanted red fox. All animals are hand-made, production time is 2-3 weeks. I will be ordering Robin the Fox (top image) for my son!
It isn’t cheap but isn’t this children’s set beautiful? The Peter’s chair (around 500 USD/EUR) and table (around 600 USD/EUR) were designed by Danish furniture designer Hans J. Wegner as a present for the baby son of Wegner’s friend and colleague Børge Mogensen. In the war years quality furniture was hard to find – so he made his own.