The most important museum of The Netherlands, or literally translated, the museum of the realm. Designed by Dutch Architect Pierre Cuypers and built to resemble a cathedral, the museum is full of paintings that were drawn by famous ‘Golden Age’ Dutch Masters such as Rembrandt, Hals and Vermeer. The museum is a real eyecather on the Museum Square, and a must-visit for anyone with a love for paintings and design.
- 50 x 50 cm pillowcase
- With zipper on the bottom
- Washable at 30°C
- 100% polyester
- Made and produced in the Netherlands
- Design by Oh deer graphics
KUS Amsterdam! Who doesn’t love the enchanting capital of the Netherlands? If you’re Dutch, you must have been there at least once, as a child, teenager or grownup. Amsterdam has it all. The city is full of beautiful buildings from various architectural styles, from medieval to post modern. Out of all these buildings, I chose four KUS buildings: the Herengracht mansions, the Johan Cruijff Arena, the Rijksmuseum and the Vondelpark Pavillion. Personally, these buildings mean Amsterdam to me. Especially the Vondelpark Pavillion, where my (great) grandfather used to operate a restaurant and where my dad was born! My dad always tells great stories about his childhood in the pavillion.