Very happy to show you the beautiful home of Nicolette Brunklaus today …

DesignHome UnRaveled :: answers by Nicolette Brunklaus


Dutch:: is…having the ability to think beyond our historical values, and to mix old with new.


Entrance:: when entering my home you will notice our dog coming from the forrest (curtains) to welcome me home. 

Style:: means…Integrity and Personality.


Inspiration:: comes from…the past, often memories, but also from every form of art. 

Gourmet:: is…being with friends and family sharing personal interests over diner. 


Hobby:: I always make time for…visiting exhibitions and the art-section at a bookstore and of course my work.

Make:: I start creating when…My mind and studio are completely cleared. 


Outfit:: my favorite thing to wear is…At the moment my Daryl van Wouw skirt.

Enjoy:: I can't live without…I don't easily get attached to things. If I go camping in the summer I always find that you can live with so little, but on the other hand I cannot live without good company to surround me.


The beautiful images were taken by Sturla Bakken, a Norwegian photographer for BoBedre.

…………….Thank You Nicolette Brunklaus………………….


Nicolette Brunklaus is one of those Dutch designers that really know how to translate a daring idea into a design that works in multiple surroundings … her prints are bold and strong but integrate perfectly in many different interior styles … for her collection 'cycle of life'  she was inspired by memories of the past and the way all objects surrounding us have their own cycle of life … she used many images to create a funky line of interior products, this puf is my favorite, if you would like to see all please click here...

Bloesem loves comments
  1. Ren

    I love love love LOVE that ottoman. I think it is the coolest thing I have seen all day.
    And those shadow boxes that have cutlery- Is that like an xray light/art/shelf? Very cool- I am always looking for creative ways to represent my husbands intrest (or profession) into our home design. Lovely. All of it.

  2. Leah

    Such an inspirational post and those display case / shadow boxes are amaaaaazing!

  3. lindsaybrackeen

    I love the blue and yellow walls! I want that yellow color on my backdoor. It’s sunny, but doesn’t hurt your eyes. Perfect. Any chance you recall the color/brand?

  4. molly

    ahhhh, to have a blank slate and begin again and again. i would love to be able to buy houses and decorate them!
    i guess it’s why my own home changes constantly!

  5. Ensuite

    I would have loved to photograph this place! These mixes of colours and textures are all what I like! Thanks for introducing this designer! Clarisse

  6. Andree

    Amazing design just beautiful and lovely, now is growing one brand from Portugal called Munna Design, i recommend you a visit to their website: munnadesign

  7. Joel

    What’s the brand or who’s the designer of this incredible white and blue chair? Any ideas?

  8. Jonathan

    Got any information about those curtains that have a scene of a forest on them? I love them!

  9. clever tomato

    wow! love the forest graphics on the fabric; white walls; pops of color displayed in the furniture & the chandelier graphic on the shade…clever!

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