The creative director of one of the most artistic wallpaper design brands, Rick Vintage reveals his crazy and contemporary home, in the Netherlands that as inspired his quirky collections. You can always anticipate something extraordinary from the designer known for taking out risks and exceeded expectations.
For the first time, Rick opens the doors to his modern and eclectic home an elegant 1830 Louis XIV-style building, located in The Hague, the vibrant medieval-era city in the Netherlands is also known for the global peace and justice.
Keeping the high ceiling and the original trace, he added unique visual elements to the interior design, playful, contemporary like folkloric wallpaper design from Studio Job.
In the middle of the modern living room, Piet Boon’s funky couch, and an antique bird cages that turned into a different bar cabinet.
Rick Vintage started in 2010 the company NLXL together with his then partner Esther. They made wallpapers for their summer house with a photo print of outstanding wooden timber. They collaborate with various top designers like Studio Job, Paola Navone and Piet Boon.
The kitchen is separated by a large glass wall that saves the light from the windows of the bedroom. The dining table is Marcel Wanders for Moooi, the walls are covered with a splash’s new wallpaper by Piet Hein Eek for NLXL.
Photography: Valetina Sommariva