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Zesch coasters are manufactured from bamboo which is produced sustainably. The interlocking shape is cut by a laser, creating the characteristic black edges of the product.
Each Zesch can be used individually as a coaster, or interlocked to create trivets for pans and other large items.
Zesch can be cleaned with a moist cloth. To keep your coasters looking great for even longer and give them a darker finish, you can treat them with a mineral (not vegetable or animal based) oil.
Design: Michiel Cornelissen
Equus is a brilliant decorative piece that will animate any wall of an interior space. The galloping horse seems to jump into the room from a different realm, painting an ephemeral quality to the space. This piece certainly will not go unnoticed.
Design: Dominik Raskin
Equus is a brilliant decorative piece that will animate any wall of an interior space. The galloping horse seems to jump into the room from a different realm, painting an ephemeral quality to the space. This piece certainly will not go unnoticed. Its wire-frame structure makes it very light and therefore easy to hang.
Design: Dominik Raskin
Jack Woodie is a mirror inspired by a clothes hanger.
Hang it in your closet, on your clothes rack or on the additional wall mount.
Jack Woodie will be your best friend and will show you just the way you are.
Jack Woodie will be your most sincerest friend and reflects the person you really are.
Reduced price because of opened carton, product is in good condition.
Design: Kuiken & Volkers
A multi-functional mobile cabinet inspired on a traditional outdoor wheelbarrow. Now for indoor use where it radiates strength and mobility. The functions are left to the user and can range from TV cabinet, display shelf, coffee table, bookcase, storage for inside and outside.
The Mobile Cabinet is developed in collaboration with Dutch wheelbarrow manufacturer Matador from Helvoirt making it an entire Dutch product.
Design: Yksi design
Flowers make a true statement when decorated with the I love Bambi vase. Each vase has its own personality. By dressing them up with flowers you enhance and change it’s personality.
Illustrated by Dutch graphic designer Marvin Corneille. He uses original Delft Blue pigments as used in the 17th and 18th century by Dutch artists. These illustrations are a translation of the original Delft Blue decorations with a modern twist. “I love Bambi” has a tough tattoo.