maandag 27 december 2010

a new home at January 18th!

Store Without a Home will be open for one more extra week at IJburglaan 354.
(January 4th-January 8th)
New store opens January 18th at Cabotstraat 1, Amsterdam!

donderdag 23 december 2010

zaterdag 18 december 2010

The beautiful and beloved blankets from Daisy d'Urby now on sale!

t40% discount only until the 31st of December!////////////////////////////

Store Without a Home is moving very soon!

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Please visit Store Without a Home for the last 2 weeks at the current location at IJburglaan 354, Amsterdam.
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vrijdag 17 december 2010

Envirosax bags, now available at Store Without a Home.

Carries 20kg, lightweight, washable, water resistant for only €8,50

vrijdag 10 december 2010


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donderdag 18 november 2010

vrijdag 29 oktober 2010

Cool new cushion fresh from San francisco.

Interior (2).

Honeycomb lamp by Kyouei Design, notebook by Serrote, snail broche by K-studio,
paperalarmclock by Joon and Jung, hand candle by atelier WF, drawing by Evert Panis,
vintage vase, bowl and bird (sold).

Find the difference.

Store Without a Home interior.

                     Neo-vintage chair from MDF Italia, Plantenkussen by Nienke Sybrandy, vintage vase,
stool by Moustache Paris, vintage strawberry pot, cupboard by K-studio,
toy deer from Store Without a Home Kid's collection.

woensdag 27 oktober 2010

2 white Treetrunk cups by Fenna Oosterhoff, Thuis Totaal pills by Nienke Sybrandy,
necklace by Rivka Dieho, ceramics by Store Without a Home vintage collection.

donderdag 14 oktober 2010

Available from Saturday October 16th, Leather Lampshade by Pepé Heijkoop

brighten up your life and the life of poor women:

The lampshades are handmade in a production that Pepe has setup himself in Mumbai, India.  

Pepe puts high value to an ethical and right production process. In which he engages as many underprivileged people in the process as possible. Key for the assembly of the lampshades are 20 mothers living in pavement dwellings in the red light area of Mumbai. He met them through the Tiny Miracles Foundation, set up by his cousin Laurien Meuter. This foundation brightens up the life of street children. Next to creating work for their mothers, for every lampshade sold, the equivalent of 1 month of school fees is donated to send their daughters to private English school. 

The foundation also provides for a host of other educative sessions including health awareness, HIV prevention, and vocational courses. 

For more information, please visit:

For more information about Tiny Miracles Foundation, please visit:

Fresh from Paris, available from October 16th, Box stool by Moustache.

Fresh from Paris, available from Saturday October 16th: Vapeur lamps by Moustache.

Buy online here.