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Remy Meijers | Remy Meijers Collection

Furniture Remy Meijers | Remy Meijers Collection

In a perfect interior all elements match. From furniture to accessories, from layout to architecture. That’s why interior architect Remy Meijers not only is interested in the overall picture but also in the smallest details. To achieve a good balance, he designs most furniture himself so that architecture and interiordesign complement and reinforce each other.

Remy Meijers | Remy Meijers Collection

© René Gonkel

Remy Meijers | Remy Meijers Collection

© René Gonkel

Remy Meijers | Remy Meijers Collection

© René Gonkel

Thanks to this approach he developed through the years an impressive collection of furniture. Although most designs have their origin in the different projects that are designed by Remy, thanks to their authentic look they easily fit in any interior.

Remy Meijers | Remy Meijers Collection

© René Gonkel

Remy Meijers | Remy Meijers Collection

© René Gonkel

That’s the idea behind the recently launched Remy Meijers Collection that includes cabinets, tables, sofas and dining chairs: thanks to the powerful appearance the furniture forms a strong base in each decor. The Remy Meijers Collection is exclusively available in the webshop: www.remymeijers-collectie.nl

Designer: Remy Meijers
Photography: René Gonkel
Text: Paul Geerts
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