by - November 24, 2015

Originally created in 1937, these letter cups designed by Danish architect Arne Jacobsen are a big trend these days. Their minimal designs combined with good quality is a successful combination picked up by many interior lovers. This porcelain cup fits the Danish interior design perfectly since it's design is clean and easy to use. 

Recently I started following a Belgian online interior/lifestyle shop called Driedeco
They live by the quote : The details are not the details, they make the design - (Charles Eames)Driedeco was founded by Rebecca Van Houdt. Rebecca is an interior advisor at Ikab (an interior design and color consulting firm). Together with her mother they work on interior projects. Rebecca wants to provide an answer to the demand for interior items that 
are affordable and easy to combine without using a specific style. 

You can find these design letter cups at Driedeco's webshopIn this blog post I'm showing you several interior ideas where these cups are part of!

Driedeco will be opening a pop-up shop in december (4/12 - 27/12) just in time to do some of your Christmas shopping! The address of this pop-up shop is Stationsstraat 36 in Borgloon. The pop-up shop itself is actually Rebecca's home, an art-deco house. Their aim of opening this pop-up is to make people experience a feeling of being at home. Also it's a great opportunity to get to know Driedeco in a very natural setting.

PS: they have they own shop now in Borgloon!

That were some ideas how you can style or use the letter cups! Ofcourse the most obvious way is to use it what it actually is made for : drinking.

I got inspired by some of these pinterest pins :

Keep an eye on my instagram account tomorrow @acausedesbrunettes and maybe you'll have one of these yourself reaaaally soon ;-) and go have a look on Driedeco's website :


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