Event

TREND PRESENTATION Milaan design week 2019 at C-More Concept Store NL

25 april 2019

TRENDPRESENTATION
Milaan design week 2019
at C-More Concept Store NL

 

You dont want to miss this event!

Ps: you can also order a digital version.

 


Everything you need to know from Milaan design week 2019 handed to you in a nice presentation.


The Milan design week is the most important design fair in the world and reveals the biggest design trends for the next few years in interior and design…..

 

If you were not able to go to Milan designweek yourself, or just would like to have a recap, then join us Tuesday 7 may 2019 for our in-house Milan design week trend presentation, drinks and networking in the HonigComplex | C-More Concept Store in cosy Nijmegen NL.

 

🔜 The important info:


What:

TREND PRESENTATION MILAN DESIGNWEEK 2019

Location:

C-More Concept Store | Honigcomplex | Waalbandijk 8C Nijmegen NL
Date + Time: Tuesday 7 may 2019: Welcome and walk in with coffee, tea from 19.00 hrs. The presentation starts at 20.00 hrs. After the presentation we have drinks, time to network and talk some more about trends, Milan, design and interior.

Price + Options:

• Trend presentation completed with a set of printed trend-cards € 50,-

• Trend presentation and a digital summary, completed with a set of printed trend-cards € 75,-

• Trend presentation as a digital summary by mail € 50,-

• Note: The presentation talk will be in Dutch. The cards and digital summary will be in English.

 

Email us for tickets and orders: info@c-more.nl


The presentation is made and given by two Dutch professionals: Iris Havekes of C-More interior design + trends and Janneke van de Haterd of Studio Hart-ed, both experts in trendwatching, interior, color and design and experienced Milan design week visitors.


If you have any questions or want to order tickets or the digital summary, contact us by email: info@c-more.nl


See you soon! Iris + Janneke

Kitchen trends spotted at Living Kitchen Cologne | Imm Cologne 2019 Part 2 | Cabinets and Tech

27 februari 2019

Kitchen trends

spotted at

Living Kitchen Cologne | Imm Cologne 2019

Part 2

Cabinets + Tech

 

Last January I was invited by the NKBA Global Connect program to visit visited the Living Kitchen show that is biannual with IMM Cologne, the interior and furniture design fair held in Cologne. I finally found the time to write these 2 posts. For part 1 see over here.

Besides the material and color trend, I wrote about in blogpost part 1, I also spotted a few interesting kitchen cabinets and tech trends that I’ll show you below.

As said: The fair was very crowdy, so I apologize upfront for the not always so beautiful pictures taken with my “old” iPhone, but nevertheless, I definitely wanted to share these insights I spotted at the show with you.

I’ve made 2 posts out of it since there was so much to share. Here is part 2!

For more info also visit NKBA Global Connect program and KBIS show in Las Vegas and look for the #NKBAglobalconnect

Enjoy!

Nobilia | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Nobilia | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Nobilia | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Nobilia | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Nolte | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Nolte | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Ballerina Kuchen | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Ballerina Kuchen | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Nobilia| Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Nobilia | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Ballerina Kuchen| Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Ballerina Kuchen| Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

 

Trend 10:

Cabinets with a living room feeling

Open metal cabinets

Minimal fronts in black and wood

 

—–//////—–

 

Nobilia | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Nobilia | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Trend 11:

Minimal all in one color kitchens

—–//////—–

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Trend 12:

Green green green.

Integrated in the kitchen

 

—–//////—–

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

 

Trend 13:

Beautiful lighting in cabinets and drawers

—–//////—–

Blanco | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Blanco | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

 

Trend 14:

matching cutting boards

—–//////—–

Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

 Trend 15:

Automatic measurements in your faucets

—–//////—–

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Trend 16:

New techs!

Open drawers and cabinets

with the movement of your foot.

—–//////—–

Ballerina Kuchen | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Ballerina Kuchen | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

 

Ballerina Kuchen | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Ballerina Kuchen | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

 

 

Trend 17:

Removable wooden crates for your groceries:

directly from the supermarket

into your car into the kitchen

 

—–//////—–

Well, that was it!

Hope you like what I’ve picked out of the fair for you.

 

 

 

Keuken trends
gespot op
Living Kitchen Keulen | Imm Keulen 2019
Deel 2
Kasten + Tech

Afgelopen januari bezocht ik de Living Kitchen-show die tweejaarlijks tegelijkertijd met IMM Cologne, de beurs voor interieur- en meubelontwerp in Keulen is. Ik heb eindelijk de tijd gevonden om deze 2 berichten te schrijven. Zie voor deel 1 hier.

Naast de materiaal- en kleurentrends die ik heb gezien en gedeeld in blogpost deel 1, heb ik ook een paar interessante keukenkastjes en technische trends gespot die ik hieronder laat zien.

Zoals gezegd: de beurs was erg druk, dus ik bied bij voorbaad mijn excuses aan voor de niet altijd zo mooie foto’s die ik heb gemaakt met mijn “oude” iPhone, maar toch wilde ik zeker deze trends delen die ik met jullie die ik op de show heb gezien.

Ik heb er 2 posts van gemaakt omdat er zoveel te delen was. Hier is deel 2!

Geniet!

 

Tekst bij foto’s vertaald:

Trend 10:
Kasten met een woonkamergevoel. Open metalen kasten. Minimalistische fronten in zwart en hout

Trend 11:
Minimalistisch en alles in Ă©Ă©n kleur

Trend 12:
Groen groen groen.
GeĂŻntegreerd in de keuken

Trend 13:
Mooie verlichting in kasten en laden

Trend 14:
bijpassende snijplanken

Trend 15:
Automatische afmeting in kranen ingebouwd

Trend 16:
Nieuwe techs! Open laden en kasten met de beweging van je voet

Trend 17:
Uitneembare houten kisten voor je boodschappen: rechtstreeks vanuit de supermarkt in je auto de keuken in.Nou, dat was het!

Ik hoop dat je het leuk vindt wat ik voor je uitgekozen heb.

 

Kitchen trends spotted at Living Kitchen Cologne | Imm Cologne 2019 | Part 1

26 februari 2019

Kitchen trends

spotted at

Living Kitchen Cologne | Imm Cologne 2019

Part 1

Material + Color

 

 

Last January I was invited by the NKBA Global Connect program to visit visited the Living Kitchen show that is biannual with IMM Cologne, the interior and furniture design fair held in Cologne. I finally found the time between my interior projects, teaching classes, traveling and my own C-More Concept Store to write this post.

I spotted a few interesting kitchen trends that I’ll show you below. The fair was very crowdy, so I apologize upfront for the not always so beautiful pictures taken with my “old” iPhone, but nevertheless, I definitely wanted to share these insights I spotted at the show with you.

I’ve made 2 posts of it since there was so much to share.

For more info also visit NKBA Global Connect program and KBIS show in Las Vegas and look for #NKBAglobalconnect .

Enjoy!

 

 

Florim Florim | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Florim | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

 

My personal favorite of the Living Kitchen show!

Trend 1:

Kitchen by Florim entirely made out of

black decorative marble slabs

also suitable for outdoor use.

 

Nolte | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Nolte | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Blanco | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Blanco | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

 

Trend 2:

Concrete like materials, illusion of floating,

a lot of black details

 

Nobilia | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Nobilia | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Nobilia | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Nobilia | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Nobilia | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Nobilia | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Trend 3:

Beautiful black glass cabinets

combined with wood and matt black

 

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Trend 4:

All kinds of highly decorative marbles,

stones and rich woods

 

Ballerina | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Ballerina | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Trend 5:

White marble, white small industrial tiles,

industrial black metal open cabinets, matt black cabinets

 

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Leicht | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Trend 6:

Matt black nano material [as Fenix] cabinets

and countertops

 

Nolte | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Nolte | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Trend 7:

Imperfect handmade styling in earthy colors

 

Nolte | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Nolte | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Trend 8:

Grey marble countertops, white sinks,

white textured tiles

 

Nolte | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Nolte | Living Kitchen | Jan 2019 | Trend spotted by C-More interior design blog

Trend 9:

Matt black table, cabinets and countertops,

black and white plus wood,

natural materials and textures as styling

 

 

Hope you’ve enjoyed it.

Look out for part 2 with more trends I spotted

coming up on my blog soon.

 

 

 

Keuken trends gespot tijdens

Living Kitchen Keulen | Imm Keulen 2019

Deel 1 Materiaal + Kleur

Afgelopen januari bezocht ik de Living Kitchen beurs die tweejaarlijks tegelijkertijd met IMM Cologne, de beurs voor interieur- en meubelontwerp in Keulen, is. Ik heb eindelijk de tijd tussen het lesgeven, mijn interieur projecten, het reizen en mijn winkel C-More Concept Store door gevonden om deze blogpost te schrijven.

Ik heb een paar interessante keukentrends gespot die ik hierboven laat zien. De beurs was erg druk, dus ik verontschuldig me voor de niet altijd even mooie foto’s die ik heb gemaakt met mijn “oude” iPhone, maar ik wilde ik deze trends die op de show heb gezien graag delen met jullie.

Ik heb er 2 blogpost van gemaakt, omdat er zoveel te zien was.

Geniet!

Teksten bij de foto’s vertaald:

Mijn persoolijke favoriet van de Living Kitchen show! Zwarte decoratieve marmeren platen, ook geschikt voor gebruik buitenshuis

Beton ” achtige”  materialen, illusie van vrijangende kasten, veel zwarte details

Prachtige zwarte glazen kasten gecombineerd met hout en mat zwart

Allerlei zeer deccorative marmer en steen soorten en rijk hout.

Wit marmer, witte kleine industriële tegels, industriële zwart metalen open kasten, matzwarte kasten

Mat zwart nano-materiaal [zoals Fenix] kasten en werkbladen

Imperfecte, handgemaakte styling in aardse kleuren

Grijze marmeren werkbladen, witte gootstenen, witte getextureerde tegels

Mat zwarte tafel, keukenkasten en aanrechtbladen, zwart en wit combinaties, met hout, natuurlijke materialen en texturen als styling

Ik hoop dat je ervan hebt genoten. Kijk uit naar deel 2 dat binnenkort op mijn blog verschijnt.


Object Rotterdam 2018 | Design inspiration

10 februari 2018

Must See

Object Rotterdam 2018

Design Walhalla

David Derksen | Intuitiefabriek | Tuttobene | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

David Derksen | Intuitiefabriek | Tuttobene | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

If you have the opportunity to visit Object Rotterdam this weekend: Please do! Luckily I was able to join the opening and took some pictures of the stunning work in its beautiful surrounding. Anne van der Zwaag director and curator of Object Rotterdam, handpicked the designers herself. She told us she visited the Design and Fashion academies to select a group of young, new and upcoming design students and combines their work with smaller interior, design, art, fashion, architectural brands. This combination of disciplines is what makes Object Rotterdam so unique.

This year the location is in the old HAKA building, that a few weeks before the opening didn’t even had electricity. Now, this casco building is the perfect blank canvas for the designers. And there even is a pop-up restaurant with delicious food and drinks.

Again, if you have the time, just go. You’ll love it.

I share some iPhone snapshots with you. More info at Object Rotterdam 

Enjoy!

ll'atelier I | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

ll’atelier I | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Anton Hendriks Denys | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Anton Hendrik Denys | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Studio Lizan Freijsen | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Studio Lizan Freijsen | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Fransje Gimbrere | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Fransje Gimbrere | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Wieland Vogel | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Wieland Vogel | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Loof | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Loof | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Mae Engelgeer | Tuttobene | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Mae Engelgeer | Tuttobene | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Ontwerp Duo | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Ontwerp Duo | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

New York Metro bank GjaltProducties | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

New York Metro bank GjaltProducties | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Valerie Objects | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Valerie Objects | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Recolored Jessica den Hartog | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Recolored Jessica den Hartog | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Miriam Harig | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Miriam Harig | Object Rotterdam | Design inspiration | Snapshot by C-More

Design Walhalla

Object Rotterdam 2018

Als je dit weekend de mogelijkheid hebt om Object Rotterdam te bezoeken: doe dat alsjeblieft! Gelukkig kon ik me aansluiten bij de opening en een paar foto’s van het verbluffende werk in zijn prachtige omgeving maken. Anne van der Zwaag curator en directeur van Object Rotterdam, heeft nagenoeg alle ontwerpers zelf uitgekozen. Ze vertelde ons dat ze de Design and Fashion academies bezocht om een groep jonge, nieuwe en aankomende ontwerpstudenten te selecteren en deze samen met het werk van kleinere interieur-, design-, kunst-, mode- en architecturale merken te presenteren. Deze combinatie van disciplines maakt Object Rotterdam zo uniek.

Dit jaar is de locatie het oude HAKA gebouw, dat enkele weken voor de opening niet eens elektriciteit had. Dit casco-gebouw is nu het perfecte lege doek voor de ontwerpen. En er is zelfs een pop-uprestaurant.

Nogmaals, als je de tijd hebt, ga gewoon. Je zult er geen spijt van krijgen.

Ter inspiratie een aantal iPhone-snapshots hierboven.

Meer info via Object Rotterdam 

Geniet!

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Moebe a minimal Scandinavian Design brand | Imm Cologne

25 januari 2018

Moebe

a minimal Scandinavian Design brand

 

 

Moebe shelving system | Minimal Scandinavian Design |  Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe shelving system | Minimal Scandinavian Design | Imm Cologne 2018

 

Last week I went to IMM Cologne, the Furniture and Design fair in Koln. Desiree of Vosgesparis showed us around on a New Scandinavian Tour. We came by this small Scandinavian Design brand Moebe. First, they mainly designed interior accessories, like the beautiful minimal frames and candle light holders.

But now they introduced a new minimal shelving system and I fell in love with it! It’s so basic and minimal but with such a great design! You can adjust the heights of the shelves with the use of wedges. No screws needed! Also, you can extend the system in width and height for total freedom in design.

Besides the shelving system, Moebe also introduced a new mirror and coat rack. By the way, I love their organizing system too.

Thanks to both Vosgesparis and Spierenburg studio for the inspiring tour.

 

Enjoy!

The pictures, stylings and designs by MOEBE.

 

Moebe shelving system | Minimal Scandinavian Design |  Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe shelving system | Minimal Scandinavian Design | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe shelving system | Minimal Scandinavian Design |  Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe shelving system | Minimal Scandinavian Design | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe shelving system | Minimal Scandinavian Design |  Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe shelving system | Minimal Scandinavian Design | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe Minimal Scandinavian design | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe Minimal Scandinavian design | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe Minimal Scandinavian design | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe Minimal Scandinavian design | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe Minimal Scandinavian design | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe Minimal Scandinavian design | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe Minimal Scandinavian design | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe Minimal Scandinavian design | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe Minimal Scandinavian design | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe Minimal Scandinavian design | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe Minimal Scandinavian design | Coat Rack | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe Minimal Scandinavian design | Coat Rack | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe Minimal Scandinavian design | Tall wall mirror | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe Minimal Scandinavian design | Tall wall mirror | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe Minimal Scandinavian design | Tall wall mirror | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe Minimal Scandinavian design | Tall wall mirror | Imm Cologne 2018

Moebe

minimalistich en Scandinavisch Design

Vorige week was ik bij IMM Cologne, de meubel- en designbeurs in Keulen. Desiree van Vosgesparis heeft ons rondgeleid tijdens een “New Scandinavian Tour”. Zo kwamen we ook bij het kleine Scandinavische designmerk Moebe.

Voorheen ontwierpen zij voornamelijk interieuraccessoires, zoals de prachtige minimalistische frames en kandelaren. Maar nu introduceerden ze een prachtig nieuw minimalistisch kasten systeem. Het is zo eenvoudig en basic, maar ook zo’n geweldig ontwerp! Je kunt de hoogte van de planken aanpassen met behulp van wiggen. Geen schroeven nodig. En het systeem is heel eenvoudig in zowel breedte als hoogte uit te breiden voor totale vrijheid in ontwerp.

Naast het kast systeem introduceerde Moebe ook een nieuwe spiegel en kapstok. Trouwens, de opberg bakken zijn ook als zo prachtig.

Met dank aan zowel Vosgesparis als Spierenburg studio voor inspirerende de tour.

 

Geniet!

 

Foto’s, stijl en ontwerpen van MOEBE.

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