Yoshiko home ware is a new Dutch brand in the field of home accessories. Yoshiko stands for quality of life, from less stress to more inner peace. The collection of baskets, bags, carpets, scarves and accessories fits the theme perfectly. Home, with that touch of extra luxury, to get you inspired.
Do good – feel food
At home, it guarantees the essence of life, you can relax and soothe your senses … Relax mode ‘on’ … Yoshiko home ware is produced in a fair way so you can surround yourself with products that make you feel good – feel good and look trendy.
Founder Lisa van Roode
Lisa van Roode has been working for many years in the fashion world. For well-known fashion chains, she produces overseas large volumes of clothing and home ware. Through this experience, Lisa has a huge network from producers to designers in different countries. Now she puts it all in for her own brand Yoshiko.
Products for indoor and outdoor life
In addition to several large seat cushions and pouches, there is also a lot of outdoor life; Such as hammocks, cushions, stools, coconut lights and water cans for fresh summer drinks. The products have an Oriental & Western look, match a vintage & modern interior, made of natural, durable materials, are exclusive and yet accessible and are beautiful and affordable accessories. Prices range from € 14.95- € 99.95.
Liked by stylists, home blogs & Instagram influencers
Yoshiko home ware already has 50 outlets and is sold online. In addition, well-known living stylists such as Marieke Rusticus, Carolien Manning and Sanne van & Style embraced the brand and posted much to social media.
Aid to the foundation Vialisa.com, Bangladesh
Also check out the website www.vialisa.com (another Lisa :-). This foundation helps women in Bangladesh improve their lives through education and a job with which they can support themselves and their families. Lisa van Roode has a good relationship with this foundation and is contributing a part of Yoshiko’s revenue.
Tinstraat 3E, 2984 AN RIDDERKERK, Tel. 0180-397779 | 06-53431914.