Vintage interiors peeps: an all-vintage home in the Netherlands Today our vintage interiors peeps series is snooping around a fantastic vintage home in the Netherlands. Its owners, two passionate vintage collectors, have lovingly brought together furniture and decorative pieces from different decades to create a cosy home and garden. The owner of our house peep, Kay, has collected these fantastic Fifties Cortendorf wall masks while the vintage cameras belong to her husband. All the chairs in the house are vintage. The couple also own a substantial collection of Eames chairs. A decorative corner with a miniature of the Atomium from 1958, the year of the World Exhibition in Brussels. Vintage books (the covers are by Dick Bruna) make the perfect wall deco. Kay also has a passion for Fifties pastel tableware from Dutch potteries. Here you see a nice display of tableware from Petrus Regout in Maastricht. The chairs are old cafe chairs from a German fleemarket. The flower pot lamp is by the Danish designer Verner Panton, bought at a flea market in Denmark. This is an old writing desk, which used to belong to a relative.The chair is a LaFonda chair designed by Charles and Ray Eames while the lamp is a Cosmo lamp from Italy. It was one of Kay’s first charity shop finds, it even was half price because the charity shop was closing down. To find out more about this wonderful vintage home follow Kay’s blog here. 5 Responses Louise September 24th, 2009 Love it. Very inspirational. Reply hannah asprey September 24th, 2009 Amazing stuff – imagine finding a Tretchikoff in a charity shop! Reply nicole September 24th, 2009 i appreciate kay’s love for 50’s vintage style! her home looks incredibly stylish and very comfortable at the same time. mr. kay’s vintage camera collection is incredible and her pastel tableware divine! and of course not to leave out the chairs! ohhh the chairs! *love* how fun to enjoy this beautiful home with such stylish owners! Reply Sarah Donegan February 24th, 2013 Gorgeous! I have to steal that book idea… But how do they get them to not open? Spray mount perhaps or are they sitting on something? Reply Erik & Kristina April 20th, 2013 We try to cater for the vintage lover from our shop in Sittard, a lot of collecting fills the shop, come and have a look. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.