Welcome to Restored. Slow down. You’re in the right place to take a pause and connect with the subtle beauty in life.
Discover our store in Amsterdam where we create an experience of beauty and calm.
Dutch potter Annemieke Boots brings us more than just handmade ceramics.
This Danish design brand focuses on the essentials.
We opened our pop-up store in Rotterdam, on the Nieuwe Binnenweg! A new adventure.
Fést, previously Fest Amsterdam, brings affordable Dutch design to every home.
Handmade leather bags, backpacks and wallets that will last for years to come.
The first items in our collection of classic and durable pieces: a sweater and a tote.
For backpacking light or carrying your laptop to college.
Kinta pairs fairtrade production with Scandinavian design.
Say hello to beautiful and classic accessories for your home and garden.
A range of long-lasting totes and backpacks that feel good to use.
The award-winning book series celebrating plants in contemporary art.
Ceramic vases and planter, handmade in Amsterdam.
Unique coffee and espresso cups from the UK.
Presenting you the perfect addition to your indoor landscape.
The gift of an intimate piece, weighted with meaning.
The store prepared for a merry Christmas!
Through the lens of online journal Joko
By Jet Sennema & Jan Pieter Kaptein
This vegan leather label from Canada designs for life in the city.
Fascinated by the layers and surfaces of the earth
Textiles characterized by graphic patterns and subtle gradients
Playful and uncomplicated design
Leveling aesthetics with ideals
About well balanced, functional design
Minimalism, simplicity, functionalism
And what does it mean to us?
Restored mixed with a healthy dose of Marta Magic
A collaborative take on the art of wrapping
Clean design and natural, functional aesthetics
Giving off a Restored point of view
By Kelly Nederlof
A studio space hidden inside the city centre
Eight designers, eight products. A new form, a new material
About experimenting with porcelain on a basic level
About her unusual connection to graphic design
A festive collaboration with lots of graphics and confetti
Mae Engelgeer tries to bring fabrics to life
Four striking and powerful postcards
A product design studio, not afraid to get their hands dirty
Filled with marbled motifs