The inspiring modern design of Piet Boon takes my
breath away since the Amsterdam-based firm’s
designs are always packed with understated
sophistication, elegance, and integrity.
Bespoke total design concepts.
Piet Boon contemporary furnishings
are crafted from only the best and most exquisite
materials put into the hands of quality craftspeople.
I love honoring this creative firm
to leverage the role of the artist and designer
in our fast-moving, technologically evolving
society and culture which so often neglects
the artist, the imagination of the designer,
and the value of creative genius.
If you are an artist or maker, then you get it.
If you love beautiful design, you get it too.
And if art has ever healed you, I bet you agree.
Our hearts, minds, and bodies are nurtured
by fine art.
From Amsterdam to New York to Saudi Arabia,
Piet Boon turns houses into personal havens and
designs seamless public spaces to work hard.
Let’s tour some amazing Piet Boon designs!
Idea #1 (above): black steel windows.
Idea #2: The warmth of a natural live edge bar top.
Idea #3: Low outdoor furniture.
Idea #4: A unique vertical see-through fireplace.
Idea #5: Bleached wood.
Idea #6: Clean lines in a bathroom.
Idea #7: Polished concrete floors.
Idea #8: Built-in makeup vanity in a bedroom.
Idea #9: Modern bathroom sconces that reflect light
both upward and downward.
Idea #10: Frameless minimal, modern fireplace.
Idea #11: Herringbone bathroom floor.
Idea #12: Open concept kitchen that feels seamless.
Idea #13: Wide open rustic modern fireplace
with plaster hood.
Idea #14: Elegant wood sliding doors.
Idea #15: Tone on tone interest and warmth.
Idea #16: Wide built-in shelving flanking low modern fireplace.
Idea #17: Delicate steel stair railing and open risers.
Idea #18: Antique brass + rosy glowing peony pink.
Idea #19: Two-tone paint treatment.
Idea #20: Glazed reflective tile with black.
Idea #21: Custom slab wood doors to conceal media.
Idea #22: Contrasting textures.
Interior #23: Geometry and poetry in motion.
Item #24: A heavenly narrow stairway.
Interior #25: Quality-crafted door hardware.
Idea #26: Minimal shower niche.
Idea #27: Open plaster shelving in the
kitchen that’s anything but cluttery.
Idea #28: What minimal modern nirvana looks like.
Idea #29: A kitchen study in minimal elegance.
Idea #30: Clever office space incorporated
into a bedroom design.
Idea #31: Dreamy custom bespoke closet storage.
Idea #32: Otherworldly artful lighting.
Idea #33: Square recessed plaster shelves.
Idea #34: A floating ceiling light that feels
like a trapeze.
Idea #35: Tactile lovely layering with steel,
plaster, glass, concrete, and velvet.
Idea #36: The beauty of matte finishes
living in harmony.
Idea #37: Art from nature is always best.
Idea #38: A modern update on a porch swing!
Idea #39: Rustic accessories with
spa-like elegant fixtures.
Idea #40: Distressed, bare wood floors with pristine
white contemporary sink vanity.
Idea #41: Wall mounted bathroom faucets.
Idea #42: Low niches for function and decor.
Idea #43: Dramatic white moldings.
Idea #44: A simple, natural, wood shelf
beneath a floating sink.
Idea #45: High contrast between floor and walls.
Idea #46: Living life on a cloud.
Hope you found some modern design
ideas worth pinning for later
to inspire your own decorating plans!
Buy Piet Boon’s fabulous new book
for more design ideas and inspiration.
Peace to you right where you are.