an amsterdam home in est magazine







Issue #8 of Est Magazine is out! In this issue we can take a peek inside homes based in France, Australia and the Netherlands, and find a common thread among the owners, that is to simplify life. Seeing the beauty in ordinary utilitarian objects, whether it is a timber alarm clock or a natural bristle dishwashing brush, the simplicity of design and its form takes it way beyond the realm of its function. The images shown here are from the Amsterdam family home of Eva van Dongen and Freek Tromp and their two kids. Some of the (wooden) items you see are available from their beautiful online shop Orphan Socks.

(photographer: Marjon Hoogervorst/ styling: AnoukB for Est Magazine)

5 Responses to an amsterdam home in est magazine

  1. It’s an adorable feature Danielle, thanks for sharing the talents of these amazing women.

  2. Thank you for showing this beautiful house.

  3. Lovely post. I wonder if you have any information about that white “Je Veux” t-shirt? Where to purchase?

  4. @Angela: I am not sure but I think that the t-shirt is made by the owner or stylist. You can easily make it yourself (a white shirt + a black marker).

  5. Beautiful! Does anyone know where the lamp with the green cord in the first pic comes from? brand name perhaps?

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