DECORATION Archive - Silvia Gattin
    • Bamboo ladder

      64,00

      This deko ladder of the “Bamboo” collection is characterized by its diversity. Despite the slightly rustic design, it is certainly not lacking in elegance. Whether in the bathroom for towels, in the living room for accessories or just like that – this ladder gives every room that certain something! Can also be perfectly combined with other interiors from the “Bamboo” collection.

    • Bamboo trolley

      208,00

      Colour: natural, ant. brass, black

      Material: iron

      Length, Width, Height: 85 x 45 x 73 cm

      Produced by Madam Stoltz

    • Basket Checker

      36,0064,00

      The Checker Trays are handwoven form natural & eco-friendly Abaca Ati. This material is obtained from the bark of the banana tree which grows abundantly in Indonesia. The leaves are sundried and are used in stripes to laminate basket frames or twisted as ropes. The various traditional ways of weaving techniques create different designs of baskets or trays. The minimalistic and organic design of the Checker Tray ads a Nordic and natural touch to your interior. Use these basket trays any way you like from displaying your favourite magazines to store fruit or throws. You can even hang them to your wall as objects.

    • Basket Hogla

      54,0086,00

      The Hogla Round Basket radiates a natural but elegant look & feel. The simple and minimalistic shape of these baskets is functional and decorative at the same time. The baskets are available in a set of 3 and in three different sizes in the natural colour of Hogla seagrass. They can be used as laundry baskets, to store blankets or toys.

    • Beni Ourain Teppich

      900,00

      You are looking for THE rug that is lately covering all interior design magazines and stands for a whole decoration revolution?! We have it for you and herewith proudly present our new cooperation with the Beni Ourain tribe in Morocco.

      They are a relatively large group of inhabitants in the Atlas mountains of Morocco, who – since centuries – handknot these carpets as method of cover during snowy winter months. These rugs stand for thick, densely woven, furry blankets used by nomadic shepherds for warmth, made of a very special wool from lambs, that are only living in the area of the Atlas. Every single rug is unique and due to its’ handcrafted nature and construction it may show slight imperfections.

      Bring some traditional yet surprisingly modern looking piece of art to your home!

    • Candle Medina

      54,00

      Keeping the perfect balance between traditional Moroccan or oriental design and current trends is a matter of great importance to Silvia. She has been doing this for almost 10 years now. The new scented candle collection was created in collaboration with the traditional Moroccan company Chabi Chic and spreads not only oriental flair but also a cozy smell. You can use the ceramic bowl afterwards as a beautiful storage for jewelry.

    • Candle Medina

      54,00

      Keeping the perfect balance between traditional Moroccan or oriental design and current trends is a matter of great importance to Silvia. She has been doing this for almost 10 years now. The new scented candle collection was created in collaboration with the traditional Moroccan company Chabi Chic and spreads not only oriental flair but also a cozy smell. You can use the ceramic bowl afterwards as a beautiful storage for jewelry.

    • Candle Medina

      54,00

      Keeping the perfect balance between traditional Moroccan or oriental design and current trends is a matter of great importance to Silvia. She has been doing this for almost 10 years now. The new scented candle collection was created in collaboration with the traditional Moroccan company Chabi Chic and spreads not only oriental flair but also a cozy smell. You can use the ceramic bowl afterwards as a beautiful storage for jewelry.

    • Candle Medina

      54,00

      Keeping the perfect balance between traditional Moroccan or oriental design and current trends is a matter of great importance to Silvia. She has been doing this for almost 10 years now. The new scented candle collection was created in collaboration with the traditional Moroccan company Chabi Chic and spreads not only oriental flair but also a cozy smell. You can use the ceramic bowl afterwards as a beautiful storage for jewelry.

    • Coat hook Palmhanger

      12,00

      Handmade hanger in rattan. A nostalgic hanger that brings back childhood memories. A natural product that can be used both in the hallway, wardrobe and bedroom. Not only practical, but also aesthetically pleasing – not something your run-of-the-mill hanger will do!

    • Coral Pillow Stripes

      31,00

      It is a small island in Denmark that inspires Madame Stoltz: the beautiful interior design accessories, which are family-owned, inspire at first glance. Our personal selection of Madame Stoltz products will ensure a certain flair of elegance .

      With its fresh colors and cheeky tassels, this pillow not only creates a cozy atmosphere, but also spices up every room in which it is located.

    • Cotton Throw

      58,00

      This soft throw from 100% hand spun cotton is hand dyed and handwoven on a traditional loom in a small village in the middle of Java, Indonesia. The small family run handloom factory is specialised in all kinds of traditional weaving & colouring techniques and we are very proud to be the first to bring their fabrics to Europe. The throw has a natural and hand crafted look & feel. The different natural colours you can choose from match all kinds of interior styles perfectly. The throw will keep you comfortable on a cold winter or a chilly summer night.

    • Hanging Mirror with Cotton Fringes

      26,00

      It is a small island in Denmark that seems to inspire Madam Stoltz: the beautiful interior design accessories that are created here in a family environment inspire at first glance. Our personal selection of Madam Stoltz furnishings give your home a casual elegance.

      This mirror is the perfect accessory: small but nice! It adorns every wall, be it in the living room or in the bedroom. With its rustic touch, it gives every room a touch of boho chic. To maximize the bohemian atmosphere, combine this item with the “Strawhang”!

    • Hanging Mirror with Cotton Fringes

      34,00

      It is a small island in Denmark that seems to inspire Madam Stoltz: the beautiful interior design accessories that are created here in a family environment inspire at first glance. Our personal selection of Madam Stoltz furnishings give your home a casual elegance.

      This mirror is the perfect accessory: small but nice! It adorns every wall, be it in the living room or in the bedroom. With its rustic touch, it gives every room a touch of boho chic. To maximize the bohemian atmosphere, combine this item with the “Strawhang”!

    • Hexagonal Wooden Plates

      21,00

      It is a small island in Denmark that seems to inspire Madam Stoltz: the beautiful interior design accessories that are created here in a family environment inspire at first glance. Our personal selection of Madam Stoltz furnishings give your home a casual elegance.

      With the set of 2 you bring natural flair to your interior. The rhexagonal wooden plates impress with perfect workmanship and timeless design. Fruit and bread can be served in the bowl in any ambience.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 40×40

      38,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 40×40

      38,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 40×40

      38,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 40×40

      38,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 40×40

      38,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 40×60

      42,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 50/50

      48,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 50×50

      48,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 50×50

      48,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 50×50

      48,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Jewelery Stand

      22,00

      Accessories and jewelery always neat and handy: This jewelry stand made of iron offers plenty of space and facilitates a clear storage.

    • Jute Carpet

      480,00

      This jute carpet is made of natural jute fibers braided together to create a strong and durable carpet. The natural color of the rug is light and earthy and will sit well in your kitchen, entrees or living rooms. The natural hemp fibers are soft to the touch and the rug is ideal for bringing warmth to your home.

      Jute carpets by Tine K Home are made from 100% natural fibers and each individual carpet has been hand braided. We color the carpets with natural dyes derived directly from nature. This natural method of coloring and the fact that each carpet is hand made means that you get a truly unique jute carpet that looks and feels like no other.

    • Kleiner Spiegel mit Fransen in sand

      26,00

      Es ist eine kleine Insel in Dänemark, die Frau Stoltz zu inspirieren scheint: Die schönen Accessoires für die Inneneinrichtung, die hier in einer familiären Umgebung hergestellt werden, inspirieren auf den ersten Blick. Unsere persönliche Auswahl an Möbeln von Madam Stoltz verleiht Ihrem Zuhause eine ungezwungene Eleganz.

      Dieser Spiegel ist das perfekte Accessoire: klein aber fein! Er schmückt jede Wand, sei es im Wohnzimmer oder im Schlafzimmer. Mit seinem rustikalen Touch verleiht er jedem Zimmer einen hauch von Boho-Chic. Um die Bohemian-Atmosphäre zu maximieren, kombiniere diesen Artikel mit dem „Strawhang“!

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