DesignHome UnRaveled :: answers by
Kiki van Eijk

Dutch:: is? Free!

Entrance:: when entering my home you will notice warmness


Style:: means? Nothing more than personality

Inspiration:: comes from? My inner self

Gourmet:: is Only if you’re really interested in these kind of things


New:: in my home are different art books

Hobby:: I always make time for travelling far far away

Outfit:: my favorite thing to wear are Jeans in all colours


Make:: I start creating when the sun is shining

Enjoy:: I can't live without lightness

………Thank You Kiki van Eijk…………

Most of you who have been following my blog for some time now know how much I love the work by Dutch designer Kiki van Eijk…I have written about her work a couple of times already like here and here and although I'm very happy she has taken the time to answer my questions she preferred not to share images of her home with us…maybe one day she will change her mind, but for now please enjoy some images of her amazing work.


The new items in Kiki's everlasting soft series! A ceiling lamp and candle-holder, with all the details and feelings of soft materials but created in ceramics.

Bloesem loves comments
  1. Silmi

    Oh I really love your blog! I can find cute things easily here so thank you so much for writing some cute posts on your blog.


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