Brunklaus Amsterdam was one of the nice surprises at the fair since I did not know them before and liked a lot the design. The designer behind Nicolette Brunklaus manipulates her own photographs to create unique textiles and lighting objects.
The images are chosen for their colour palette and poetic meaning. All the products are produced to be timeless. Everything is handcrafted and produced in the Netherlands ensuring the highest attention to detail.
Those are the faded dahlia cushions inspired by a composition of dried flowers which the designer told me was a not intentioned image but just turned out very beautiful. This collection has a kind of Rembrandt-inspired palette of yellows and blues to reinvent the Dutch classic.
Nicolette was the first designer to launch a shade collection with the pattern in the interior in 2001 and still develop the shady tree pendant nowadays. The forest cushions come in varies sizes and colours and the birds motif is applied on carpets, wallpaper and scarfs.
The abstract collection was actually my favorite with the pendants and striped cushions. The right image on the lamp is a landscape photography carefully printed on a silk screen.
As intrigued as I was if they sell online? Yes, I guess we are lucky…here goes the link. Happy shopping!!