When meeting Mara, she talked passionately about raku, a type of Japanese ceramics characterized by its delicacy, unpredictability and intense colours. Funny enough we also found these three traits in Mara’s bright interior.
Despite their love for green, Mara and Eveline are both part of ‘Bloesem garden-and landscape architecture’, we find their home filled with bright pink and navy blue accents.
In the hallway hangs a 2-piece wall unit by Poul Cadovius used as a desk and display for small treasures and curiosa. Another eyecatcher is the dining area with a round tripod dining table in wengé from the sixties.
If there is anything Mara and Eveline could add to this place, it would be a garden or balcony. Till then they furnish their home with flowers and plants, stacked in Domani vases.
Curious about Bloesem tuin-en landschapsarchitectuur? Take a look at: www.bloesemtuin-enlandschapsarchitectuur.be
Found at NOME furniture:
– ‘Royal System’ wall unit by Poul Cadovius, Denmark, 1950’s
– ‘Plataan’ dining table by Gerard Geytenbeek for Zwijnenburg, the Netherlands, 1960’s
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