Tas-ka in the Netherlands
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Dutch design duo Tas-ka has just launched a new store and online shop that aims to create "the experience of being in a candy shop." Jantien Baas and Hester Worst are Design Studio Tas-ka , creators of clothing, textiles, and goods for the home. They recently opened a small store in The Hague featuring "Collected by Tas-ka," a series of products from around the world by designers known and unknown and including products new and old. For sale are their signature playful prints made into totes, notebooks, pillows, and tablecloths and a charming array of vintage books, illustrations, and ceramics. A selection of wares is available in their online webshop . Above: A collection of washi tapes and Tas-ka's own masking tapes in a variety of prints, including Circus Red and Blue Crosses ; €3.50 each. Tas-ka's Roll of White Tape with printed houses is €8.50. Above: Sets of five tall Danish Candles are €5, available in red, beige, gray-blue, and terra. Above: Tas-ka's Bread Board House (€17.50), used as a charger and cheese board, atop the Table Cloth in Brown ; €75 with a set of six napkins. A pair of similar Vintage Wooden Chairs is for sale at Tas-ka for €135. Above: Marimekko's Oiva Teapot , made in Thailand of white porcelain with a plywood handle; €54. Above: A range of tea towels in Tas-ka's signature prints. Two Tea Towels in Blue are €19.50. Above: Tas-ka's cotton fabrics are screen-printed in the Netherlands and sold online by the meter. The City Yellow Fabric is €27.50 for 1.4 meters. Above: Tas-ka's beech wood Coat Rack City is €45 for a rack of five houses. On the sofa are Blue House and Blue City cushion covers, €32.50 each (the Blue/Purple Blanket is on sale for €135.01). Above: Two Tea Towels in Shocking Yellow and Purple by Amsterdam designers Scholten & Baijings for Danish company Hay ; €19.50 for the pair. Above: Scholten & Baijings are known for their bold designs; their Hay collection pairs neons with pastels.