Engelien is one of those stores that offers so much that it is impossible to take it all in at once. It offers an original collection of textiles, dolls and jewellery after their own designs, shawls, pillows, French dinnerware from the 20s and 30s, table decorations, old toys and interesting knick-knacks.
What sets Engelien apart is the combination of own designs and collected items, both of which are unusual and surprising. Engelien, the owner, knows how to combine the items in a unique way simply because she loves her products. She is more than happy to offer inspiring advice on how to decorate your house, should you feel uncertain about your options. She is an expert on lighting and interior layout. It’s always possible to make an appointment.
Engelien offers a joyful and warm atmosphere. Colours, atmosphere and a healthy sense of humour add a unique feel to the store, which makes you feel right at home. The welcoming store draws a clientele of people with a sense of the unique, collectors and lovers of everything beautiful and refined.
Engelien offers something special for every season, including Christmas decorations for the holidays. The store is closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and it is open on every other day, but only in the afternoon. The Piet Heinstraat offers a melting pot of different stores, lunchrooms and other distinctive small businesses, ranging from the typically Dutch to the highly multicultural.
The house brands Pixelien and EngelRoosje, Jurianne Matter, fold-up postcards, Digoin flatware, Gouds Plateel and others.