This home decorating store combines classical with modern, and vintage with new. The result is a beautiful collection of small furniture, old and new china, art and illustrations, Scandinavian design, old cupboards, decorations from India, Italian cutlery, Swedish linens, wool blankets, cotton plaids, and work by young designers. The collection is extensive and timeless, and you can find great gifts here too!
The products are beautifully matched, due to their color combinations, mostly in soft colors. Natural and recycled materials are used. The style is remarkable, especially because it doesn’t play into current trends. Owner Simone wants to decorate her store as she would her home, and she has succeeded remarkably well. There’s something for everyone’s taste and budget. If you want, you can find a great deal, but you can also find more expensive treasures here. The blankets by Klippan and David Fussenegger are very popular, as is the Danish brand Hübsch, which creates stylish living accessories, giving great attention to detail.
You’ll find the store in one of the oldest streets in the Bergkwartier. It’s an artistic street, with fun galleries and antique stores. The old building from 1818 is remarkable, partly due to its history as a prison, and it’s full of hidden nooks and corners. Thankfully, it feels like a warm home nowadays. There’s a quiet, almost serene atmosphere – a delightful place to get inspired.
Hübsch, Klippan, David Fussenegger, Les Gambettes, Ekelund, IHR, Manses Design, Sabre, Swiesel, Laquiole, Dibbern, Serax, Bredemeijer, Flensted Mobiles, House of Rym, KrantenKapper, Het Paradijs, Flow, Otentic, Murano, Caroline Ellerbeck, Pols Potten.