Posts Tagged ‘restored’


August 13, 2010

1. Cushion from Tas-ka. Sold at Restored in Amsterdam or online: (75 euro).

2. Spotted in Dutch magazine Eigen Huis & Interieur: this beautiful wooden bag from Japanse firm Monacca (450 euro).

3. Who doesn’t like a map of the world to show where you’ve been? This one looks like an old antique poster, but if you scratch off the countries you’ve visited a colour pops up (18 euro from I want One of Those)

4. Funny Korean girl, but look at those shoes. Love it big time! Sold at Yubsshop for 21 euro.

5. Because you can’t teach your daughter fashion when she’s 16, you have to start early with this beautiful Hermès Coloring Book (101 euro at

6. Kitties for your keys (8 euro at Fred Flare)

What’s your favorite?


July 28, 2010

Most striking feature:

The absolute paradise for gifts. For yourself (I bought this tiny little letters for my bedroom for 12,50 euro) and for others. For example: I have a friend who loves fashion and now I’ve found the perfect gift: a book called Fashionary. It’s a sort of Moleskine but on every page there’s a female figure. The only thing you need to do is draw them a nice little outfit. So you become a fashion designer yourself (price: 25 euro). I also spotted cool cushions, jewelry and clothes. Must visit while you’re in Amsterdam.

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Have you been here? What was your most striking feature?


March 29, 2010

3 reasons to shop at Restored:

  1. Original stuff made by young designers
  2. The most inspiring window at the whole Haarlemmerdijk
  3. Also for joining a workshop

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