YurtStore is the inspiration store for contemporary design of young designers from the Silk Road and designers inspired by the Silk Road. Craftsmanship, natural materials and re-use of materials make these designs unique. Some designers express their story by using traditional crafts. Some designers find inspiration in re-use of materials. And others find passion in colour and traditional fabrics to make your place a home. Actually, our name is inspired by the Turkish word 'Yurt', which means 'home' in Turkish and is the home of nomads. For centuries the Silk Road created an exchange of valuable goods, views and culture between the east and the west. Now, YurtCollection is striving to create a new exchange of valuable goods, craftmanshift and culture through inspiring and contemporary designs of young designers from the Silk Road.
YurtStore is the inspiration store of YurtCollection and inspiration is guaranteed on Sunday October 1st. Vanessa Kervezee of roomwit.styling gives an interior WorkOut at YurtStore. Vanessa is stylist, trend watcher, designer and blogger.
In this training she works with a new formula 'Interior 6Pack'. The participants will make a personal interior design plan in six steps for a room in their house. At the end of the training you will go home with a good interior design plan.
Would you like to join this workshop? Please klick at news for how to sign up!
Now the sun is out, it’s time to go out! Our hammam towels are also perfect as a picnic rug in the parc.
The textiles of label Hammam34 are handwoven by a small community of craftspeople near the region Denizli in Turkey. They use the finest natural materials, like linen, cotton and bamboo and weaving techniques are dating back for centuries. Without any machine but with a contemporary design and colour palette.
YurtCollection introduced for the first time to the Dutch audience the young label Zanat. In our inspirationstore in The Hague we have a dedicated space for the furniture and accessories of Zanat.
The stunning artisan techniques of this Bosnian label is listed on the UNESCO World Intangible Cultural Heritage List to be protected. Zanat teams up with talented designers like Monica Förster and Studio Ilse to make sure that these ancient techniques fit very well in this time.