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Zimmer + Rohde Textiles

September 27, 2006

Zimmer + Rohde TextilesIt’s impossible for me to stay indoors with such beautiful weather, so I went out today for more shopping + eating, and of course, a walk in the Eilenriede (it’s a good place to rejuvenate). While out, I checked out a few of my favorite design stores over on Theaterstasse, one is called Seydlitz, who pulls out all the big guns with names like Designer’s Guild, Vitra, Bootnje, Hirche, Eames, and dozens of other major lines. Even though the Danskina rugs have been out for awhile, I’m still in love with their thick dreamy pile and that great foot massage you get everytime you step on one. Seydlitz also carries the Fortuny Ornaments floor lamp, it’s a real beauty. This is most definitely a store that I would shop at for that one special designer piece, but I certainly couldn’t afford to outfit an entire space there. The showroom is huge and is worth a visit if you’re ever in Hannover – only a block from the main station, the “center” of Hannover where you can connect to trains that take you all over Europe. While waiting for your train to Prague or Berlin, visit the shops on Theaterstrasse.

Fortuny Ornaments floor lamp
Zimmer + Rohde Textiles
Pro Office
Zimmer + Rohde Textiles
Another store I popped into while on Theaterstrasse was Zimmer + Rohde Textiles
Zimmer + Rohde – Weekend Textiles Collection
Zimmer + Rohde Textiles
Of course, these two stores are only the tip of the design iceberg in Germany, Hannover has many other stores, as does the rest of this fascinating and beautiful country. I can’t wait to show you more! I’m off to see my friend Angie, but I’ll be back a little later on with a few more posts before I wrap up for the day. :) Bye!!

Zimmer + Rohde – Weekend Textiles Collection
Zimmer + Rohde Textiles
Zimmer + Rohde – Weekend Textiles Collection
Zimmer + Rohde Textiles

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3 Comments

  • Reply jesisme September 27, 2006 at 6:16 pm

    Great photos, this blog is so beautiful. Causes my brain to think of ways to improve my sitting room. It’s so stark now.

  • Reply Anonymous September 27, 2006 at 7:17 pm

    I’m loving your blog!!!
    Angie

  • Reply Marcia Zia September 28, 2006 at 3:08 pm

    Just wanted to thank you for the amazing design reporting you are doing in Germany- so many beautiful stores, streets and design ideas! Loving every photo you put on- Thanks Holly for the best travel design blogging we’ve seen yet, you make us feel as if we are there.

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