Carline van Oel
prop & interior stylist

• Munich • cvo@stillstars.com

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Duravit

Duravit engaged Carline van Oel for her beautiful bath & interior styling for the actual Duravit campaing 2021. Photography Mark Seelen.

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Trautskirchen

Together with photographer Andy Brunner, Carline van Oel created these beautiful stills for Trautskirchen Munich.

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SieMatic

Carline van Oel created this beautiful, elegant world for SieMatic.

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Bosch

À point – together with photographer Jochen Arndt, they convinced Bosch for their lates MUM5 comission with their uncontrived composition with product focus. Foodstyling Natasha van Velzen.

 

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Bulthaup

Bulthaupt, the kitchen under the kitchens, engaged together with photographer duo Brechenmacher & Baumann, our stylist Carline van Oel.

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Bäckerei Wolf

For Bäckerei Wolf, Carline van Oel was in charge for the propstyling. Photography Brechenmacher & Baumann.

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In Focus

Originally from the Netherlands, Carline van Oel is an interior stylist currently based in Munich. At a young age, she started her professional career as a modern dancer. Working intensively with different nationalities and performing in theatres all around the globe, enabled her to develop an instinctive feeling for aesthetics, alignment and composition. Once she had stopped dancing, stepping into the world of interior and design came quite naturally to her. After attending an art academy in Amsterdam, specialized in interior styling, she moved to Munich in 2010 and has been working on many projects for a wide variety of clients in Germany, Holland, Austria and Switzerland ever since.
Carefully picked items and attention to detail signify Carline’s work. She is not so much interested in ‘decorating’, but more in adding and combining materials and shapes that make a difference to a space. Whether she works on location or in a studio, her aim is to put heart and soul into the subject that is being exposed. She seeks challenges in creating in a minimalistic and graphic way, but loves going for an eclectic chaos just as much – as long as the result brings joy to the eye.