donderdag 30 september 2010

Traveler's Notebook @ Bastiaans Bazar

Some pictures of our booth @ Bastiaans Bazar.

donderdag 23 september 2010

woensdag 22 september 2010

Last day

Tomorrow our shop will go online!

dinsdag 21 september 2010

Last two

Last two days!


Loop is an eco-conscious stationary and textile brand based in Phiadephia that develops organic, sustainable lifestyle goods.
I especially like the patterns and drawings and would love to have a pile of pillows of that fabric!

maandag 20 september 2010

Traveler's Notebook at Blue Blood, Amsterdam

Traveler's Notebook at Blue Blood Store, Amsterdam P.C. Hooftstraat.


three days left

zondag 19 september 2010

Time flies

4 more days

Traveler's Notebook @ Conflict Maastricht

Traveler's Notebook presented @ Conflict, Maastricht

zaterdag 18 september 2010


more days for miscellaneous store launch!

vrijdag 17 september 2010

donderdag 16 september 2010


Yes... One more week to go and our webshop will be up and running!

woensdag 15 september 2010

Traveler's Notebook @ Bastiaan's Bazar September 25th and 26th

We have a small booth at Bastiaan's Bazar on September 25th and 26th in Amsterdam!

We will be showing up and showing off with the entire Traveler's Notebook range.

Send us a message if you would like to attend this venue.

The first five respondents will receive a ticket!


dinsdag 14 september 2010

maandag 13 september 2010

Counting the days...

It took a while but we are finalizing our webshop!

We expect it to air soon. So please stay tuned!

dinsdag 7 september 2010


Upon their opening we already featured them in our blog, however now we have some awesome pictures to share with you of their store

dinsdag 31 augustus 2010

Midori's KRAFT envelope

Will be hitting stores soon in the BeNeLux.

zaterdag 28 augustus 2010

Traveler's Notebook at Graanmarkt 13, Antwerp

Traveler's Notebook presented at Graanmakrt 13 Antwerp.

zondag 15 augustus 2010

Stationary Heaven

This is beautiful. I love everything about the brass and kraft products Midori has developed to accompany their Traveler's Notebook.

As we are their distributor for the Benelux, we are two proud and happy campers.

zondag 1 augustus 2010


Wow thank you Joachim for your nice post on Anothersomething.
I love all kind of stationary products, and the pictures Andrew Bush made of a collection of envelopes took my breath away! I selected my favourites.
Enjoy your sunday.

vrijdag 11 juni 2010

pappa e ciccia Berlin

I am in Berlin for the moment. And again I had dinner at Pappa e Ciccia on the Schwedterstrasse again.
I've been there a couple times before, and I still love it there.
The dinner was great again, there Italian kitchen with a lot of bio ingredients tastes so pure en simple.
Just how a Italian dish should taste, and it is made with a lot of love!!!!
Visit Berlin, you have to go there!

woensdag 9 juni 2010

Nice Place

Such a nice place, spotted on Marie Claire Maison.

Perfect Summer

I wish...

- we have beautiful weather continueously (our Dutch summers always go up and down like a madman)
- I own a big garden with an orchard
- it was weekend every day

So I can have nice, lazy breakfasts, brunches, lunches, afternoon teas, dinners and suppers with my dearest friends all the time.

(Image via Style-files)

Indoor Greenhouses for your herbs

Although a small herb garden is often advertized for beginner-gardeners, I find it hard to keep them alive. I usually either over or underwater them (or use the herbs too fast!)

If you have that same problem, you are in for a treat. Several small 'greenhouses' are recently launched on the market to help you not to murder your herbplants within a weeks time.

The Floratube is a small, low maintenance “biosphere reservation” for herbal cultivation. The idea for the floratube originates from the “Wardschen Kasten” (Wardian Case), an invention from the 19th century which allowed exotic agricultural and ornamental plants to survive long ocean voyages aboard ship. 
The mini-greenhouse is composed of only a ceramic base and a simple glass bell. This hermetically seals the contents in so that no moisture can escape. The plants which thrive in the floratube therefore only need a well-lit position and a little water every few weeks at the most – meanwhile you can take a harvest again and again. This makes floratube (not only, but also) a smart and useful living accessory for the modern, design-orientated city dweller who, despite not having his or her own garden, can still have a crop of fresh kitchen herbs available at all times. 

The Hydro Herb pot from Rosti Mepal has a hydro system that you only have to fill once or twice a week. Through a cotton cord the herbs will take up the amount of water they need.

Sagaforms Herb pots is my favorite of the bunch. It comes in three sizes: for a single herbplant, or double or triple. Just store your plant in the ceramic pot and water it through the hole. It selfwateringsystem will do the rest!

The Herb Savor from Prepara stores your fresh bundlle of herbs. It will guard your herbs for about three weeks in the fridge. This means that when you do buy herbs in the store, you do not have to throw it away, as usually pre-cut herbs don't last long but are sold in 'bulk'. Prepara also has a greenhouse that enables you to sow and harvast your own herbs year-round.

(Images via Aplusstore; Prepara and 7gadgets )