We always love peeking into someones home. Especially when it’s an exclusive one like this.
Eight years ago, Bea Kroeze moved into a this house which was built in 1911. The interior was totally rebuilt using white for the floors and walls to make it light and clean. Color was later brought in with the furniture, accessories and toys.
Bea gets her inspiration from traveling, interior magazines, blogs, Pinterest and Instagram, where we ‘met’ her. And this beautiful double room of her son, with French doors to a balcony, so playful and light, it’s too good not to share.
We love it when we walk out of one of our rooms, leaving behind a happy kid. A seven year old boy this time who was very content with his new place to sleep.
However, it does require time, inspiration, many trips to many different shops and plenty of online shopping before we reach that stage. We just want to take you back to show how we get from moodboard to final room.
Once we have met the little dweller and have seen the room, we often immediately have an idea of what we want to do. In this case, we wanted to work on something solid with touches of nature with a wild edge. This space is a young boys domain, and it will need to stay cool for the coming years.
Style is so subjective. Style is so personal. The best style is one that developed over time.
Over time I have collected items that I fell in love with. They fitted perfectly in my life at that point in time.
We recently came across some exceptionally pretty prints from the Dutch artist & stylist My Deer. She has a collection of impressive illustrations for on the wall. The pufferfish print is what caught our eye on her Instagram account, when browsing through the entire poster collection, we immediately had more than one favorite.