Unfortunately, I think this guys name is pronounced "Turd" - but I don't think it means the same in Dutch as it does in English. Anyway, I know I'm jumping on the bandwagon late, but I'm really enjoying his designs. Delicate and flourish-y but still modern in the choice of materials and colors. Plus, I LOVE the fact that even though he creates some really high end stuff, he also licenses out designs to less expensive retailers. I have a plastic holiday platter from Target that he designed that was, like, $7.
My platter has similar patterns as these dishes.
I'm thinking of purchasing this lamp. It's relatively inexpensive and, WOW, is it pretty. I'm not sure what it's made of - but it looks like it might easily catch on fire, right?
I also like this clear table that, although not designed by Boontje, have a similar vibe.
But in an effort to not overload the flowery-ness, these might be a better bet.
These are quite nice as curtains, and they are designed by our friend Tord.
Here's a close up.
Here's a good example of something I'll never be able to afford. The smaller version of this rug is over $4,000. I'd start a mandatory barefoot in the house policy if I had this in my living room.
This headboard is kind of Tord-esque. Too pricey for me, but I spent a 1/2 hour on Craig's list last night looking for cast off headboards that I could re-upholster to look like this.
Last, but not least, that headboard reminds me of this soapdish, which has been in my "things I want" folder on my browser for about a year.