DDW | Dutch Design Week | Westwing | Rolf Benz


DDW | Dutch Design Week | Westwing 

Westwing loves Dutch Design Elke van der Berg

The Dutch Design Week has already begun. 
This fair is highly recommended if you love design, 
so if you have not yet made ​​plans: 
You still have a chance to go this week!! 
It's from 18 until 26 October 2014
The DDW14 is so big that you never can see it completely in one day: 
you have to make choices, or maybe go several days. 


Fortunately, Westwing invited seven special Dutch designers for an interview, Dirk van der Kooij with his 3D printed furniture, FLINK with the hip knits for the home, Elke van den Berg [I am a big fan of her!] with beautiful porcelain, gems jewellery by Petra Reijrink, affordable bulbs of BOOO,  storage options Strackk and tiles to conceal your socket by Suit'd®.


Westwing loves Dutch Design and celebrates that every day 
by not only offer a stage for these seven Dutch Designers, 
but also with their own shop for this week.

on Sunday October 19th at www.westwing.nl. 
In addition, the online magazine brings a glimpse 
into the creative mind and kitchen of the designers. 
Every day there will be a Dutch Designer in the spotlight, 
with the uniqueness that you can go to the shop of your choice to purchase the products!

the Dutch Designer shops and for the fantastic design offers 
they sell temporarily on the website. 

This week you have for instance the opportunity 
to buy the Rolf Benz furniture  at a very attractive price!


Enjoy!



Westwing loves Dutch Design Dirk van der Kooij


Westwing loves Dutch Design Booo





Westwing loves Dutch Design FLINK



Westwing loves Dutch Design Petra Reijrink



Westwing loves Dutch Design Strackk



Westwing loves Dutch Design Suited






Westwing Rolf Benz meubelen



DDW | Dutch Design Week | Westwing 



De Dutch Design Week is al volop aan de gang. 
Het is een echte aanrader als je van Design houdt, 
dus mocht je nog geen plannen gemaakt hebben: Doe dit dan alsnog! 
De DDW14 is zo groot dat je het nooit in één dag helemaal kunt gaan zien, 
dan moet je keuzes maken, of toch meerdere dagen gaan.
De DDW is van 18-26 oktober 2014.


Gelukkig heeft Westwing zeven bijzondere Nederlandse ontwerpers uitgenodigd voor een interview, Dirk van der Kooij met zijn 3D geprint meubilair, FLINK met de hippe breisels voor in huis, Elke van den Berg [ ben ik groot fan van!]prachtig porselein, juweeltjes van sieraden van Petra Reijrink, betaalbare bulbs van BOOO, strakke opbergmogelijkheden van Strackk en tegels om je stopcontact te verhullen van Suit’d®.


Westwing loves Dutch Design en viert dat deze week mee door elke dag een andere Nederlandse ontwerper niet alleen een podium, maar ook eigen shop te bieden.

De ‘Westwing loves Dutch Design’ week begint op zondag 19 oktober op www.westwing.nl.
Daarnaast brengt het online magazine een kijkje in het creatieve brein en de keuken van de ontwerpers. Elke dag zal er een Dutch Designer in de schijnwerpers staan, met als unicum dat je meteen door kunt gaan naar de shop van je keuze om de producten aan te schaffen.

Kijk op de site van Westwing voor de DDW designer interviews, 
de Dutch Designer shops én voor de fantastische design aanbiedingen
die ze steeds tijdelijk op de website verkopen. 

Deze week zijn oa de Rolf Benz meubelen 
voor een zeer aantrekkelijke prijs te bestellen. 

Geniet!








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Line T Klein photography | Noma Copenhagen | inspiration | restaurant

Line T Klein photography 

at 

Noma Copenhagen

scroll naar beneden voor NL


When I was in Copenhagen in august I had a big wish:
To eat at Noma.... 
That dream didn't come true [yet]... 
But don't worry, I visited Line T Kleins site 
and found these beautiful pictures of Noma: 
I almost feel like I have been there...
so much " alive" are these photo's.
Noma and Copenhagen are still on my wish-list, 
so I'll just keep on dreaming.


Enjoy!



Noma Copenhagen |  © Line Klein
Noma Copenhagen |  © Line Klein



Noma Copenhagen |  © Line Klein
Noma Copenhagen |  © Line Klein



Noma Copenhagen |  © Line Klein
Noma Copenhagen |  © Line Klein



Noma Copenhagen |  © Line Klein
Noma Copenhagen |  © Line Klein


Line T Klein fotografie 

 restaurant Noma in Kopenhagen 



Toen ik in augustus in Kopenhagen was had ik een grote wens: 
Eten bij Noma.
Die droom is [nog] niet uitkomen ... 
Maar maak je geen zorgen want ik bezocht Line T Kleins website 
en vond deze prachtige foto's van Noma: 
Ik heb bijna het gevoel dat ik er geweest ben, 
zo mooi en levendig zijn de foto's .... 
Noma en Kopenhagen blijven op mijn verlanglijst staan, 
dus ik blijf gewoon dromen....


geniet!






All pictures by © LINEKLEIN
XO Iris



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VT Wonen at the Woonbeurs | interior inspiration

VT Wonen at de woonbeurs

Hi there, it's Louise from 30s Magazine again with another guest blog post. Because Iris couldn't make it to the annual furniture & lifestyle fair 'de Woonbeurs' , I offered to report back from one of the highlights of the fair, the inspirational house by Dutch interior magazine VT Wonen. This year is the magazine's 50th anniversary. The house showcased the latest trends and new designs. Moody blue, and a dark colour palette of shades of grey and burgundy accents paired with copper characterized the VT Wonen style this year. Their trompe d'oeuil wallpaper that mimics wood panels or tiles were the most striking features. To celebrate their anniversary they launched a collection of plates that were on display on the kitchen wall.

Enjoy!




VT-Wonen at the "Woonbeurs" Amsterdam by 30s Magazine 



VT-Wonen at the "Woonbeurs" Amsterdam by 30s Magazine 



VT-Wonen at the "Woonbeurs" Amsterdam by 30s Magazine 



VT-Wonen at the "Woonbeurs" Amsterdam by 30s Magazine 



VT-Wonen at the "Woonbeurs" Amsterdam by 30s Magazine 



VT-Wonen at the "Woonbeurs" Amsterdam by 30s Magazine 



VT-Wonen at the "Woonbeurs" Amsterdam by 30s Magazine 



VT-Wonen at the "Woonbeurs" Amsterdam by 30s Magazine 



VT-Wonen at the "Woonbeurs" Amsterdam by 30s Magazine 



VT-Wonen at the "Woonbeurs" Amsterdam by 30s Magazine 



VT-Wonen at the "Woonbeurs" Amsterdam by 30s Magazine 



All pictures of VT-Wonen at the "Woonbeurs" Amsterdam by 30s Magazine

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Hectic eclectic procrastinator Interiorator | inspiration


Hectic eclectic procrastinator Interiorator


When Iris asked me to write a guest post on C-More a while ago, I jumped at the opportunity and decided to immediately do nothing for two weeks. Well, not really. You see, I can be a bit of a procrastinator – and so here I am now, offering my apologies to Iris for my tardiness before the eyes of everyone on the internet. The thing is, it’s fall – a season that to interior design professionals is as hectic as those final days before Christmas. Still hectic or not, here I am to tell you a bit about my blog. It’s called Interiorator and it’s just what the doctor ordered if you’re into eclectic, colorful and unusual design-y stuff. To get you in the mood, I’ve put together my top ten personal Interiorator favorites. 



1 Maddnes


Let me start with a bang – the notorious Amsterdam-based designers Maddnes are my all-time design heroes. That giant blue head they designed is now the most eye-catching of eyecatchers in my living room.





2 Abigail Ahern


Hero number is Abigail Ahern. This enfant terrible of the interior design world taught me everything I needed to know to give my home a much-needed makeover. She also inspired me to paint out my walls and ceiling in dark blue! You can see the pictures I took at Abigail Ahern’s home right here.





3 My hallway


Well, here it is. Home! It took me forever to paint the hallway but the result looks quite fetching, doesn’t it? Here are the before pictures. Pretty shocking huh?




4 VTwonen


My home was featured in Dutch interior design magazine VTWonen earlier this year, quite an honor! You can see more pictures here.




5 Les Puces


I love Paris. I love vintage. And I love Rod Stewart. 
Well, not really – but I did run into him when we were both shopping for 
vintage design at Les Puces de Saint Ouen. 





6 Designmuseum Gent


Another city I love is Ghent. The local Designmuseum has a formidable collection of Seventies and Eighties furniture – you should check it out some time! 





7 Wanderlust


I usually think up my own interior design trends, thank you very much. That being said, I have to say I was quite impressed by this Wanderlust trend space at last summer’s Elle Festival in Amsterdam.





8 Farrow & Ball


I had a blast recently painting an old bar cart in orange 
and then styling it for Farrow & Ball. You like?





9 Tropicana Rotterdam



Remember the old Tropicana subtropical swimming paradise in Rotterdam? It was abandoned about five years ago – which didn’t keep me from sneaking in a while ago to take these pictures.




10 Mickey Easterling


Sure, I make a lot of content myself for Interiorator. But once in a while, I also see something online that grabs my attention and practically forces me to write about it – like this all-pink apartment I once saw on the New York Social Diary website.


Anyhoo, I hope you enjoyed this little introduction. See you soon on Interiorator, okay? Buh-bye!




Almost all pictures by INTERIORATOR
Thank you so much Patrick!
XO Iris



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Hotspot Six and Sons Conceptstore Amsterdam | inspiration

Hot spot: Six and Sons conceptstore



Hello, I'm Louise from the blog 30sMagazine and I offered Iris to help out and write her a guest blog post. You might remember me from a previous guest blog post I did: 5 design hot spots in Rotterdam. I love to shop and discover exclusive stores with an edgy design or exclusive products. One of those shops is Six and Sons, located in one of the most popular shopping streets of Amsterdam, the Haarlemmerdijk.


Six and Sons is like no other concept store because it is aimed towards men. Owner Alexander wanted to create a store where men would feel comfortable. It is a real manly men store with a rustic and raw interior. Bare brick walls, and distressed wood are the backdrop for all things industrial and vintage. It's the perfect place to find accessories for a man cave or bachelor pad. You will see vintage boxing gloves, a Chesterfield sofa, grooming essentials, and camping gear. Anything from furniture, to clothing and accessories. For females there is something to look forward to as well: they sell Kinfolk Magazine!


Upstairs there is a brick and mortar cafe serving the best Bocca coffee, homemade pastries, and the famous hummingbird cake, a recipe by Kinfolk.

Enjoy! 





Six and Sons by 30s magazine



Six and Sons by 30s magazine



Six and Sons by 30s magazine



Six and Sons by 30s magazine



Six and Sons by 30s magazine



Six and Sons by 30s magazine



Six and Sons by 30s magazine



Six and Sons by 30s magazine



Six and Sons by 30s magazine



Six and Sons by 30s magazine



Six and Sons by 30s magazine



All pictures by 30s magazine
THX a lot Louise!
XO Iris


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