Mohair blankets by Studio Makkink & Bey


Dutch design studio Makkink & Bey’s are having their first solo exhibition at Helmrinderknecht design gallery in Berlin … called WashHouse…these amazing beautiful mohair blankets feature drawings of brickwork, roofing, wooden buildings, vegetable patches, animals and transport…by hanging them on wooden frames a small rural village is created  and you as a visitor can enjoy a lovely walk …


The woollen blankets were produced at the Textielmuseum's workshop, Textilelab, in Tilburg, Netherlands. All blankets are two sided and woven with two different colours. There are a total of five patterns and ten colour combinations. The blankets are limited to 20 pieces of each colour combination and unfortunately exclusively available at Helmrinderknecht (999.- p.p.)


Studio Makkink & Bey is led by architect Rianne Makkink and designer Jurgen Bey and if you would like to read more about them than just click here…why oh why can we not buy them too 🙂 [found via Wannekes]

Bloesem loves comments
  1. Donyale

    You know I love all the different things you show on your lovely blog. But these blankets are by far my favourite. Thanks

  2. Wiebke

    And the good thing is: you actually can buy them from wherever you are! HELMRINDERKNECHT gallery will ship them to you. Just check out the different designs at their website to pick your favourite and send an e-mail to
    (I’m actually working at the gallery and was delighted to find the blankets here on this truly lovely and inspiring blog!)

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