9 results, sorted alphabetically
All the fabrics here are made from natural fibres, such as cotton woven in India. Staff spin the provenance of each fabric into the sale. A gem.
Oude Hoogstraat 1
De Kasstoor is not your average modern Dutch interior design shop; it also has hand-picked collectors' pieces from the likes of Le Corbusier, Eames and...
Tassel maniacs go wild. A sea of shakeable frilly things, lace and rhinestone banding.
Mexican Mercado with a twist. Even the hardiest resistors of tat will love the colourful culinary and household objects (including wacky wallpapers).
All the pieces to round off your dream house: Missoni tea towels and throws, bone spoons for sampling caviar - all of life's little necessities.
'Pol's Pots'. Quite why a shop stocking innovative furnishings and home accessories should wish to associate itself with a genocidal mass-murderer remains a...
Live la vida loca with Mexican housewares. Olé!
The Boeken family has been in the rag trade, hawking fabrics since 1920. Just try to find somewhere else with the kind of variety on offer here: latex,...
Nieuwe Hoogstraat 31
Amsterdam's largest general market sells everything from pillows to prawns at great prices. The clothes on sale tend to be run-of-the-mill cheapies.