The word to the designers: a description of their front room.
Home, the room that says goodbye and hello. My place that I want to share with others. An indication of my personal life, but now too deep, just enough to entice.
A mess of things found, made, and gifted.
One large room, divided by function. It's a spare, but cosy space furnished with a jumble of modern, contemporary and period objects. Most importantly, it's full of light and plants.
A cacophony of textiles greets you. This opens up into a open plan living/dining room and kitchen. Plants, paintings and our beloved Bovenkamp lounge chair play the biggest roles. Many a small souvenir and trinkets from our travels and families. Its a small cosy space, but for now its home.
Bright and pure white, sparsely furnished with a few old characters. It's an honest space.
Grey floor, two windows, red sofa, wooden table, books, sofalamp, lost and found chairs.
My front room is my private mini museum. It's a mixture of homemade and second hand furniture supplemented by special design objects exchanged with or received from designer friends.My black & white cat is an integral part of the interior.
OS & OOS
A small collection of objects collected by us to remind us of where we have been and done. Along with the functional objects like furniture, pieced together from our favorite designers. A space to come home to, but still doesn't seem to fit us perfectly yet, a few more front rooms are needed still.
Henny van Nistelrooy
It's a struggle, not welcoming and probably a very discouraging place for people attending a break in. It's a storage, a mess, fairly dark and dusty. It's the lead to something of the opposite, our kitchen.
Fabian von Spreckelsen
Bright versus dark, clear cut lines cut through the transcript of our transience // A paradigm shift takes place
Studio Like This
White and bright, with plants and a mixture of beautiful and strange books.
A white space sparsely filled with essentials in black and gray, colorful bits & pieces come and go with the flow. A minimalists' playground.