MY BENI visited David Widmer in his oasis of well-being. We got to know his aesthetic flair for interiors up close. He skillfully combines his interests in his job as a buyer for GALAXUS for furniture and lighting and in his interior design blog HOUSE SAFARI. Join us on our journey of discovery into David Widmer's interior design jungle.

Orange Eames chair in front of a blue and earthy patterned wall
Brown and black wooden shelves in front of an orange wall with a black and white striped table lamp
Orange Eames Chair in front of a woodworking desk

Our safari through David's home takes us to his study. Lively color accents in earthy tones are used through linear shapes, such as the 'CRYON' carpet and the wall design. The orange EAMES CHAIR completes the room concept. His incredible flair for interior design transforms the flair of the 60s into today's zeitgeist.

To our carpets
Designer wooden chair on a white Berber carpet with black dots
Designer wooden chair and large houseplant in front of a white curtain
Black and white dotted Berber carpet in front of a white shelf
White Berber carpet with black rhombuses in front of a wooden shelf with indoor plants
White tulips in a vase on a wooden dining table with black and brown wicker chairs

The room of his rest is an interplay of cool materials such as chrome and warm colors such as chocolaty orange. He mixes the geometric lines of the furniture and the artwork with sensitivity. As a contrast, David uses natural materials such as the 'MANDALES' carpet and the cantilever chair with a raffia seat.

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David Widmer in his dining room

The dining room is inspired by David's travels to Africa. Discreet accents in the form of sculptures enrich the conversations around the dining table. He integrated his impressions into his living space. An exchange of exciting experiences makes this room the perfect place to linger.

To our carpets
Orange Eames chair in front of a green and white patterned wall
Orange Eames Chair on a white Berber carpet
Hanging red orchid cactus in front of an orange wall

On the way to the bedroom, we are captivated by David's arrangements of his plants and flowers. They look like living sculptures in his jungle. His unique eye for colored details is noticeable in the gaps. The colors of the vintage rug 'DAHAB' are reflected in the fresh fruits. The chest of drawers made of dark wood and its distinctive handles make it feel like a journey to another country. To our carpets

A wooden fruit bowl filled with oranges and lemons
Blue and orange patterned Berber carpet in front of a wooden shelf