places to go | people to meet.

amsterdam-concept-store

Amsterdam is one of my very favorite places to visit and Sukha is a modern department store there where things are ​​produced responsibly and sustainably, using re-used and repurposed vintage items — like Clothing, furniture, jewelry, and handmade goods. Sukha means ‘joy of life’. Irene Mertens is the owner and founder of both fashion label Sukha, as... 
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i could live here: a fashionista’s home in amsterdam.

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hello, si from the french by design blog here. so happy and honored that victoria asked me to become a regular contributor of this blog and hand pick homes from around the world to share with you. today, we’re heading to amsterdam. swedish fashion designer ulrika lundgren, her husband janne and their sons luca and felix, live in this mid-century, clean-lines and minimalist... 
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good reads: my heart wanders.

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if you’re feeling any kind of wanderlust at all, i highly recommend stylist, photographer and author pia jane bijkerk’s new book, my heart wanders. What would happen if one day you decided to follow your heart? Where would it take you? Pia Jane Bijkerk takes us on her journey as she leaves behind a comfortable life in Sydney to follow, unconditionally, her instincts.... 
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best bench ever.

swarm-bench

Artist and former Anthropologie visual director Leslie Oschmann breathes new life into found objects with her Amsterdam design studio Swarm. For this piece, anthropologie commissioned her to transform and repurpose pairs of antique stools into a bench-cum-work-of-art, using both leslie’s own sketches and once-forgotten found drawings. one of a kind, handmade in the netherlands.... 
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kitsch kitchen.

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Welcome to Kitsch Kitchen! Danielle Thompson of the lovely blog Thompson Family life invited me to share This must-see and must-shop spot in Amsterdam which she photographed beautifully. Thankfully, Kitsch Kitchen isn’t just for the kitchen — is filled with fantastic tchotchkes, party decorations, home accessories, and furniture, all imported from the owners’... 
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