HOW TO: wallpaper

When I wrote this post back in May, I never thought I’d be covering my walls a few months later. But when I got the chance to get my hands on my favorite Tenue de Ville tropical wallpaper, there was no question about it: I’d have to become a master in wallpaper hanging in a… More

‘ODE’ by Tenue de Ville

The second wallpaper collection by Brussels based designer label, Tenue de Ville, is called ‘ODE’. It’s a poetic ode to the beauty of nature, too often lost in a city context. So let’s bring a piece of nature back into our homes with one of these digitally printed, but hand-painted fresco wallpapers by Alexia de… More

Lucien De Roeck

Last weekend we visited the museum of Ixelles in Brussels. Both for the impressive collection of Belgian artists as well as their temporary exhibition on the likes of Lucien De Roeck (1915-2002). We knew Lucien’s winning poster design for the city of Antwerp back in 1934, from the replica hanging in our friends’ living room; picturing Antwerp as… More

The evolution of Stella Jean

Stella Jean, a woman with one of my favorite female first names, also the designer with Creole and Italian roots. I’d like to introduce you to her Spring/Summer ’15 collection, not only because she elaborately uses donkeys and giraffe print in her pieces, I’m an animalistic girl you know, but far most because I like… More