Creative interior design ideas – Street finds and works of art in a house in Amsterdam
Hyland Mather from the Amsterdam art dealer and his family bring many finds from the road in her rental house. And in a city like Amsterdam, there’s only two criteria slightly to carry – an individual meaning to have and to be once cool.
Mather in the art world has worked for almost two decades and thus he has collected many works of art. You see it everywhere – a coffee table from pallets and chairs, the streets are finds.
View of the HouseWho lives there: Hyland Mather; his wife, embroidery designer Malia Mather; and her son AddisonLocation: AmsterdamSize: 90 square meters, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
A changing collection of contemporary art hangs on the grey wall in the living room
The top front of the sofa is made from wooden pallets of construction, has dismantled the Mather, looped, painted and assembled. Hyland and Malia take like many things that can be found on the street as something worthy.
Mather works in art galleries since the middle of the 1990s. Now, he is involved with memory Gallery. The gallery walls exhibit some of his popular artists including Evan Hecox and faile. Mather had a blank wall where he could experiment. So after several changes, this composition has arisen.
Many of the works can be found at battalion
The sofa is very comfortable and the woolen blanket and soft cushions make warm the cold winter days in Amsterdam.
A shelving system extends from Poul Cadovius the entire length of the living room, with a rotating collection of works of art. The constant changes do not omit the inspiration. Mather can not live in areas with a finished look.
He found almost all chairs on the street. Some of them are really pretty, there are old wooden school chairs, mid-century classics, and Danish pieces from the end of the 60-ies – a total mix.
The great stencil by Blek Le rat with an androgenic Angel, the violin plays, is the most popular work of art by Mather
The family gathers at the kitchen table. Since the kitchen has limited storage space, the family depends on the Cookware to a simple shelf.
It saves space and creates an atmosphere of welcoming to the boil
Looking for a new home Mather was attracted by the clean lines and floor to ceiling windows of housing
The House was originally in a joyless State, and the family has renovated it gradually
Mather is like in this brown leather chair by his father
There works, reads and thinks he and everyone know that sits only Mather as white.
The stencil artist Amanda Marie has painted this artwork on top the parents bed.
The rack comes from the street
The bedside table is made out of old wood
The family is proud of the fact that so many things in her house are found or renewed. Amsterdam is full of small and large finds.
Mather recovering on the sofa with his son Addison