LTR by Eames


For years I had the Vitra LTR side table on my mind. Since I have a mix of modern and classic designs at home. Its 50’s design would perfectly blend in. I also always wanted a Ray and Charles Eames design at home. Since I admire their work and way of thinking out of the box. The name LTR comes from the words Low Table Rod Base, which sums up well its structure and size.

The LTR - Low Table Rod - was designed by famous design duo Charles and Ray Eames in 1950. This small yet eye catching side table has a frame made of welded wire steel. I like the look and feel of this design. The frame gives it a architectural feeling, the wooden top with its round edges provides an elegant look. Both the frame and top are available in several colours and various finishes, like chrome or powder coating. I choose the black/black LTR table. A lovely detail is the raw wooden edge of the table top.

Although it is a small table, 39,2 by 3,5 and 25 centimeters high, it is very useful and versatile. Especially when you live in a small city apartment like me. When you need an extra table next to your sofa. Or simply use it to display some favorite home decorations, magazines or flowers and greens.

For me the LTR table was perfect for a narrow wall close to a window and next to a lounge chair. The function of the table can vary from day to day. Which I like a lot because I want to be able to make small changes at home. When you have more than one LTR it is even possible to stack them like shelves or group several tables.


Photography and styling beeldSTEIL | Wen van Woudenberg

In collaboration with mister design


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Dutch Design Week - bulthaup Table Talks

For w/ Style we recently visited the yearly Dutch Design Week and the inspirational project space by bulthaup. For the occasion of DDW 2019 bulthaup furnished a space in the Strijp-S area in their well know signature style. They combined b Solitaire tables, made of solid oak, with long Solitaire benches and matching leather covers. This central meeting point was an inviting backdrop for the bulthaup Table Talks series. During this week different workshops, meetings and conversations took place.

We are familiar with the bulthaup accessories and b Solitaire collection, we previously photographed and styled these items for w/ Style. Yet it was nice to see it all in Eindhoven, we also had the pleasure to join bulthaup country manager Tore and Lucia of Good tea stories for a private tea session during the weekend. 

We spent quite some time in this space due to the nice atmosphere and soft music. bulthaup wants to offer a platform for people to share their values, to make connections and to get in conversation with (food) designers, architects, developers, media and other creatives. Therefore they will stay at Strijp-S until March 2020 giving space to new creative ideas. 

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Photography beeldSTEIL | Wen van Woudenberg 

Styling Vosgesparis | Desiree Groenendal



Warm Autumn Tones


It has been a while, but I am still inspired by 3daysofdesign an annual design event to discover new concepts concerning interior, furniture and lifestyle in the heart of Copenhagen. A selected group from both Danish and international brands and designers showcase their work all over the city. Next to inspiration, it is also a great way to explore the Danish capital, discover new areas and enter special industrial and historic buildings.



During these days we were invited for some bubbles at Ferm Livings The Home. A beautiful old apartment to experience the feeling of a home decorated by Ferm Living with, naturally, their furniture, lighting and accessories. This apartment is normally not open for the public, so I was very pleased to be able to visit.


It was a warm and inviting welcome, not only because of the nice people and the atmosphere. The apartment and great styling were stunning. A good way to get to know the collection even better. The Mirage blanket got my attention a while ago, yet I’d never seen it in real. The composition of abstract forms is intriguing and makes it a bit artful. Trine Andersen - founder of Ferm Living - created the design of the prints inspired on oases and deserts. 


It’s a lovely addition to my minimal and mostly monochrome interior. For a chance, I didn’t choose a non-color home accessory. Since it’s Autumn I choose the warm Mustard version. Recently I have a crush on brown and beige color tones with a hint of Mustard. It warms up my interior and gives it a cozy feeling. I use the blanket both in- and outdoors. The pattern would also look good against my dark bedroom walls so I might put it on the wall in wintertime..

The Mirage Blanket is made of 100% cotton, jacquard woven. The fabric feels very soft and not too heavy.  Both sides have different colors so I can use it in two ways. The colorful Mustard version or more grey with soft tones. Both sides show the abstract patterns. The blanket is also available in grey and off white and combines very well with the Mirage cushion available within the same collection. 

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