design in the slow lane.

i love this new mun furniture collection from interior designer Christine Starkenburg for Andaacht Studio in the Netherlands. It’s called slow wood, and it’s hand-made with love and attention by local craftsmen in Fryslan, using solid wood, 100% natural finishes and mineral paint on iron bases for an industrial look and feel.

designer Christien Starkenburg designed side tables and asked a well seasoned local craftsman to make them for her. they came up with the name Slow Wood, because of the use of (very slow drying) mineral paints. The Mun collection has a family of models which all relate to each other, to be mixed at whim, for your own personal style.


• photography by Ben Lambers.



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10 Responses to “design in the slow lane.”
  1. Rhianne says:

    I love the yellow table legs against all the white!

  2. Lindsay says:

    i love all of those pieces, wow!!!!!

  3. anna says:

    beautiful pieces! I love the bright colors combined with the natural wood. so clean and fresh.

  4. Amy says:

    I love the workstation from the first picture. What a great way to come to work!

  5. Will says:

    That little yellow sidetable is calling my name!

  6. Ranu says:

    Really loving all of these pieces, and the name Slow Wood too. Reminds me of Slow Food :) That desk hutch design is beautiful and the colored legs are so playful!

  7. I think I’ve just found my new desk…and I may need that side table with the yellow legs too. Beautiful furniture. Now I’m going to try to find out $$ for these pieces.

  8. nome says:

    Aww, me too! Love their style!

  9. Love this desk and what a cool name – it reminds me of the movement Slow Food. Thanks for this.

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