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4 Questions to interior stylist and designer Theo-Bert Pot

We asked Theo-Bert about his favorite design items and style. Check out Theo-Bert's awesome work and blog at www.thenicestuffcollector.com

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ByRenate GerschtanowitzJuli 2021

How do you describe your style?

I love color and combining different styles together. Think of the 70s that I like to mix with classic influences with a modern look. But especially color and the use of designs/textures are important to me.

Where do you get your inspiration from?

My eyes are always open for inspiration. This can be with friends, but I also like to go out to get inspired in hotels, restaurants, city trips, Instagram and I also love books, lots of art/interior books and magazines.

Photo: Interieur Theo-Bert Pot
Photo: Ligne Roset Togo Michel Ducaroy, Interior Theo-Bert Pot

What are your ultimate design icons?

I am a big fan of the Togo (designer Michel Ducaroy) by Ligne Roset, we have had this sofa for about seven years now and the sofas only get better as you start to see seating areas. An all time favorite of mine! But classics such as the Oluce Apollo lamp (designed by Vico Magistretti) also remain a stunner in the interior. I think the great thing about these two items is that they move with styles. From classic to a modern and even a rural interior where they can work. I think they stay in the house for life. And if I dream for a while, I would like to make room for an armchair from B&B Italia, the Mario Bellini armchair from B&B Italia. Stunning!

Photo: Whoppah Mango Yellow Table Lamp Murano Glass

Your favorite item at the moment on Whoppah?

I use a lot in interiors, but also in our own interior table lamps. Again that classic touch to put a beautiful lamp on the counter, on the desk or on the edge of the fireplace, it always works. A lampshade makes this atmosphere so beautiful and then I came across this mango yellow table lamp on the site, in love!!

This special Mango Yellow Table Lamp Murano glass can be bought for €2900 on Whoppah!
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