AtKris Studio is a company based in the Netherlands that started from a passion for antiques, vintage design, art and 'beautiful things'. All pieces have a story, are hand selected, collected or come from a private collection. Some things are so beautiful that we prefer to keep them for ourselves.
We love the pieces as much as you do!
Quality is the essence of our business
We will make sure your piece gets delivered without worries
Finding the best vintage design furniture for you, that is what we do best!After working over 14 years full-time in the oil & gas industry, I decided to completely change my life. My husband was gathering antiques for years and I wanted to use that experience. My mission is to demonstrate that antiques and vintage design are not old-fashioned or boring and that it fits in any modern interior.
From our international travels and living abroad, we gathered some really beautiful pieces. Every time we find something timeless, we are delighted. It is so nice to give these pieces a second, third or fourth life.
AtKris Studio is growing. In 2018, we started an online antique store; AtKris Arts & Antiques. In 2021 we rebranded to AtKris Studio and opened a warehouse in Culemborg with ~100m2. In the summer of 2021 we moved to a larger warehouse and added the next summer a 1000 m2 storage and a showroom. Do you want to grow with us? Don't hesitate to contact us for potential collaborations.
Tobias has a huge passion for vintage designer furniture and this shows in the amazing amount of knowledge he has. With each and every item that comes through our doors; he becomes our own private investigator and starts researching the pieces until he knows everything there is to know. This results in a lot of bizarre origin stories. Tobias is also ready to get his hands dirty by packaging the sales, driving around the country, or helping our photographer. He is a true 'Jack of all trades'.
Roland already collected antiques and rare items when he was a kid. A fascination for stones was his first love.
This never stopped and his spare time is filled with searching for the most amazing items. Next to his day job, he is the biggest support for 'AtKris Studio' and where he can collects the pieces himself. Italy is his main destination, however most of the time he spends on online to find the best pieces.
Wondering where we get our beautiful pictures from? Mirella is our star photographer. After her photography degree, she decided to become an entrepreneur and works a day a week at AtKris Studio to create the most beautiful visuals. She also brings edge and a positive attitude to the team.
Craftmanship and precision are the words that define Arie. He has many years of experience in the construction and restoration of church organs, however is developing a love for vintage furniture as well. Whenever something needs fixing or just some polishing; he is there to help and provide his expertise.
Zoë has become social media guru. From just a few hours a week to help out, to 2 days a week fully focused on social media, newsletters, the website, and everything else that needs a pair of extra hands. Although, not familiar with vintage design pieces, her knowledge is increasing every week and she clearly has some favorites now.
Levi quit his job at a supermarket chain to help out with activities that involve muscles and driving. Next to his study 'chemistry' he is a gym-fanatic, which helps a lot when he comes to delivery items to your place. He cross the entire country in our AtKris Studio van and makes sure the delivery process is smooth.
I recently bought some amazing Artwork from AtKris Studio online. The whole experience was amazing. The transaction was amazingly efficient. The crating and shipping of the artwork to the United States from the Netherlands could not have gone smoother and the customer service was spot on!! Krista was amazing and I highly recommend AtKris Studio!
Excellent responsiveness, and with wonderful curatorial chops!
This bar is amazing. Beautiful and exactly as described. A custom crate (which was a work of art itself) was built in order to ship the piece to the U.S. The bar arrived in perfect condition without a scratch. I will say that take the crate apart was not easy and was a two-person job. But worth it in the end