Posted on Sun, 2 Jul 2017 by KiM

I have pretty much died and gone to heaven. This home is a combination of all the things I adore – dark colours, vintage everything, collections. A genuine cabinet of curiosities, a wunderkammer, a visual delight. This is what a home should be. Filled with found items, something intriguing at every turn, eclecticism to the max. This is the Amsterdam home of Florian Seyd and Ueli Signer of famed flower/design shop aptly named The Wunderkammer. Via Architectural Digest Spain, photos by Marc Van Praag. 

Paola says:

Thank you for your beautiful posts…always something to look forward to.
Do you know where the goldfish wallpaper is from?

April Lee says:

I too love the goldfish wallpaper. I also adore collected vintage spaces but there are too many dead creatures here for my taste!

wwax says:

Love the colors, not a huge fan of dead animal parts everywhere, that aspect is a little macabre for my personal taste. Like everyone else I love the goldfish wallpaper though and want that teal blue paint for my current bathroom renovation.

Annie says:

Beautiful – but again what is with animal remnants everywhere?.

KiM says:

I unfortunately don't know who makes that wallpaper. It's stunning!!! (I think those are koi not goldfish)

Robin says:

Love your sight, but sad you find a decor with so many rare and endangered animal parts so inspiring.

KiM says:

To each their own – I personally would prefer to not have taxidermy animals in my home but I can see beyond that and appreciate all the gorgeousness this home has to offer.

MEL says:

…so that when the last of it's kind in the wild disappears into extinction, the homeowners will have it's sad, dead carcass as a reminder

Martha says:

I could quite happily live in the room at the top, stunning colours.

Wunderkammer sell the wallpaper (exclusively) and the taxidermy!


Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.
Required fields are indicated by *