Every month there’s a factory sale held by a vienna based Vintage store called “Designlichtblick”. I went there with Tinka and my brother Schorsch to have a look what nice things they got there.
It’s a big old factory full of great stuff. The prices are reasonable. No steals but the stuff is in pretty good condition and the two very sympatic brothers running this business are always open to bargain.
They travel Europe and search for great (mostly) mid-century pieces. Lots of danish Teak and millions of great lamps and chandeliers.
Schorsch fell in love with this vintage Bang and Olufsen hi-fi system. And I fell in love with this small medicine cabinet (photo on the right which I scored for 20 bucks) and this old wooden side table.
Schorsch and Tinka bought some of these 70ies hooks for the renovation of their hallway – 3 bucks each – quite a steal!
On our little roadtrip throughout Austria we visited the small town of Dornbirn in Vorarlberg and
by accident by a lucky coincidence we found ourselfes in interior design heaven:
the DFshop of Sonja Ladstätter-Fussenegger. She owns an amazing shop in Vienna too called “heimweh” (homesick), which I can highly recommend but the DFshop in Dornbirn just blew my mind!
It is a bigger version of heimweh paired with an awesome factory sale of Fussenegger textile, an old austrian textile company specialized on high quality blankets and covers.
Read the whole story about David Fussenegger on their website.
So if you’re ever near the Bodensee region or in Vorarlberg go and visit the DFshop you won’t regret it! (even the building – the old David Fussenegger factory – is worth a visit!) The products are extremly well curated and selected and they stock some amazing brands like house doctor.
We bought two beautiful cosy blankets and some small decorations for the treehouse!
I finally got all photos from our trip to Vorarlberg ready and I’ll share some of them with you next week.
Have a great weekend and stay tuned…