Thursday, 20 November 2014 by Irene Hoofs
We first featured Moooi in the most recent issue of the Bloesem Gazette, where we invited Anouk from Make History to share her favorite hot spots in an Amsterdam City Guide. We love their use of vibrant colours within the showroom! They showcase an interesting mix of lighting, furniture and interior accessories so well in the space that you can't help but want to bring home a piece to add to your own collection.
For more interesting spots around Amsterdam, do have a look at the Amsterdam City Guide in the Bloesem Gazette.
Thursday, 13 November 2014 by Irene Hoofs
Located in Eindoven, You are here is a concept store that officially opened in 2010. The store carries works by many artists and designers, whose pieces work together in the space to create an eclectic mix of products from clothing to homewares. The store has even won awards (namely Dutch Retail Experience Award 2013) which is not shocking from what we see here.
If anyone has visited this beautiful store, let us know what you think! It's definitely up there on our list of spots to visit.
Thursday, 16 October 2014 by Irene Hoofs
The Otherist in Amsterdam reminds us of an old school apothecary, a place you'll be able to find all kinds of interesting and unexpected items. With a focus on unique and handmade pieces, the store gives a sense of treasure hunting where you'll never expect to find items you can add to your own collection. Definitely a spot worth dropping by if you are in the vicinity.
Thursday, 9 October 2014 by Irene Hoofs
There could not be a more appropriate name for this store.. The Fine Store is located in the Hague in the Netherlands and is filled with conscious and responsibly-made goodies. Well, we'll let the pictures do the talking.. and if you are ever in the neighbourhood, drop in and see it for yourself..
We loved these journals so much we just had to have them in the Bloesem shop too!
.. The Fine Store
Wednesday, 1 October 2014 by Irene Hoofs
Everytime we have new items in store, we feel it is a need and also a public service to share the goodies. Whether it's buying a gift for someone else, or for yourself (we all deserve a treat now and again.. all the time..), we try to stock the Bloesem store, both off and online with items that we ourselves would buy or think are perfect gifts for friends and family.
After our last batch of egg press cards flew off the shelf ( nice cards are hard to come by nowadays so eggpress is our go-to) we ordered a whole new batch, including cards for Halloween and these social preparedness kits. A great gift for the stationery lover, the set comes with 4 thank you cards and 4 blank cards, which they say " equals 8 opportunities to make someone's day". We couldn't agree more.
Another brand new in store is &Klevering, bringing us their beautiful dainty tea light candle holders. They come in a range of designs and can also be used as cups or even to put small plants, we put some cactuses in them and tweeted a picture. Another item from their collection are the animal wall hooks, perfect for the kids room or by the door to hang coats and bags.
Tea light Candle Holders ... and more products from our collection after the break.
2 graphic cloth table lamps from &Klevering, great sources of light that dress up your table at the same time.
Porcelain Animal Hangers and Tas-ka Felt Woolfelt Cushions with button
If you are a regular reader of the blog, you would know that we have a love affair with Tas-ka. We already have quite a number of their items in store (it's mini Tas-ka shop in Singapore) but this time we also brought in their felt cushions which are a dream.
Eggpress Social Preparedness Hourglass Cubes Zipper Pouch; Eggpress Social Preparedness Hourglass Pencil Pouch and Social Preparedness Card set
2 pouches in the Social Preparedness line from Eggpress. Sturdy and great for your pens and other stationery or maybe even a small notebook.
Online shopping at BLOESEM.co -
Thursday, 25 September 2014 by Irene Hoofs
Featured in our Amsterdam city guide in the second edition of the Bloesem Gazette, Human Beauty is both a boutique and a salon and is descibed by it's founder, Jessica Wichers, as ' A complete beauty and wellbeing experience'. I know what you're thinking.. Sign me up for one of those please. Am I right?
The beautiful store sells everything from ceramics to skin care and it also houses the in-house salon where you can pamper yourself and get a facial or an eye treatment, just to name a few of the treatments they offer. Here's some more pictures so you can virtually visit the store. But remember to bookmark it and if ever you find yourself in Amsterdam, we hope you'll pop into this must-see spot.
Images by Irene Hoofs.
.. Human Beauty
.. For more on the Amsterdam City Guide, download theBloesem Gazette vol.2