Visit | At home with Maaike

02.11.2016

Today’s house tour has me begging for spring more than ever. Soft palette and textures, clutter-free, and so inviting. This is the interior of Maaike Davina. Maaike has a fabulous yet simple taste, and it was no big surprise to learn that she happens to be an interior designer for Ikea. She lives with her family in this 30-year-old home fully renovated by Maaike’s husband, in Oldenzaal, Netherlands. 

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One feature I recently discovered and really enjoy on {at} mine is the wishlist. Members can tag the items pictured in their photos and allow other members to know exactly where to source what they see. You can wishlist your favorite tagged items for future reference. As I’ve been hunting for the perfect pendant light for my dining room [and I’m constantly feeding my chair obsession], I’ve been saving tagged items from the at {mine} interiors. Have a look here at my {at} mine wishlist.

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If you’d like your home to be featured on this blog, you can submit pictures of your interior on {at} mine. With an email inbox filled with press releases and other promotional emails, I decided that {at} mine was the ideal platform for house tour submissions. Just make sure you tag your pictures with the hashtag #minebydesign so I can see your submitted pictures and share them here on the blog.

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Note : This post is part of a brand ambassador collaboration with at {mine} but all opinions are my own.

2 comments

  • Hubertienne Ricardo

    I really love the interior of the dutch. Most of them are really simple, yet it doesn’t feel empty. I was there last month and took a workshop in one of them houses. LOOOVEEd it!! Btw this home with the big windows..*sigh*..all that natural light coming in.

    • French By Design

      @Hubertienne, oh, sounds like fun! I haven’t been in such a long time! Yes, drooling as well over the windows and that green wall in the entryway as well.