A Designer’s Delight in Amsterdam

 
During our layover in Amsterdam, with our growling stomachs desperately urging us to find a place to have breakfast, we came upon this quaint bakery. The seemingly endless choice of baked goods displayed in the window were enough to lure us in but, once inside, I almost jumped for joy in seeing the unique design! I mean – how can I not have an apple strudel in a place decorated with the “Feeling Papergood wallpaper by PiP Studio and recycled wooden crates as furniture?

For those of you who don’t know me – I love wallpaper! It’s one of my favorite elements to use when designing a room. I get a natural high looking through catalogue after catalogue of wallpaper (am I the only one or can anyone else relate?). Another element I also love to include in my designs is the use of recycled/refurbished/restyled vintage furniture – I believe this brings instant one-of-a-kind charm to any given space. So you can imagine my excitement when I walked into this bakery! Oh and the apple strudel and hot chocolate were pretty good also.

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A Feeling Papergood Vignette

  • a console table inspired by industrial crates but less rustic
  • a curvy mirror – looks like a puffy pastry don’t you think?
  • the robin’s egg blue chair brings in a touch of sophisticated fun
  • the lamps are light and airy keeping everything in balance
  • the faux sheepskin rug adds warmth – just like when you walk into a bakery!

Designer Dibs

To create a more serene space without visual overload, choose only one element to be the focal point – in this case the wallpaper steals the show with all the other elements complimenting it beautifully.

 

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Here are some more luscious PiP Studio wallpapers (designed in The Netherlands – so appropriate for this post) – truly a feast for the eyes!

 

 

 

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Are you a wallpaper junkie like me (please don’t let me be the only one)? Confessions are welcome in the comments below!

 

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  • Neha Verma

    The wallpaper is really lovely. Who would not fall in love with it. And the spread of the bakery looks delicious too. I am soon headed to Amsterdam. I am going to check it out for sure

  • Lydia@Lifeuntraveled.com

    Wallpaper is a great way to add a unique design to any space but a lot of people are “afraid” of it…..lol!

  • Lydia@Lifeuntraveled.com

    I’m in loooove with PiP Studio wallpapers – they’re just so gorgeous and vibrant!

  • Nicole Glover

    Wow, such beautifully interesting designs. Those baked goods would have definitely lured me in to!…lol. Thanks for sharing!

    • Lydia@Lifeuntraveled.com

      All the baked goods were definitely hard to resist! 😉

  • I love wallpaper, too! I could spend hours browsing online stores from around the world to look for wallpaper.
    That wallpaper in the bakery is beautiful, it seems made with the pages of old books and drawings.
    The cakes look interesting, too! 🙂

    • Lydia

      Hi Noemi! Glad I’m not the only wallpaper addict! That wallpaper is from PiP Studios – I’m in love with their whole collection! 🙂

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    • Lydia

      Thank you so much! Please stay tuned – I’ll be posting much more from my trip to SEA. 🙂