design studio & digital florist


interior & fashion accessories


In the wake of rampant pollution and the looming threat of climate change, the longing for a pristine natural environment has never been stronger. As our real-world ecosystems face unprecedented challenges, the idea of creating a visual digital dreamworld emerges as both a beacon of hope and a call to action.

Imagine a realm where lush foliage thrives, where vibrant flowers bloom year-round, and where majestic trees sway in the gentle breeze—a sanctuary untouched by pollution and immune to the ravages of climate change. This is the vision of a digital dreamworld, a realm crafted by human ingenuity and powered by advanced technology.

In this digital oasis, every element of nature is meticulously recreated with stunning fidelity. The emerald hues of the forest canopy, the delicate petals of exotic blooms, and the tranquil murmurs of flowing streams come to life with breathtaking realism. Here, individuals can immerse themselves in the beauty of nature, finding solace and inspiration amidst the chaos of the modern world.

But beyond its role as a mere escape, the digital dreamworld serves a deeper purpose: it serves as a powerful reminder of what we stand to lose if we continue to neglect our environment. By showcasing the splendor of nature in its purest form, it sparks a renewed sense of appreciation and reverence for the natural world.

Moreover, the digital dreamworld is not just a passive reflection of nature but an active agent of change. Through innovative technologies such as virtual reality and augmented reality, it enables individuals to explore and interact with ecosystems in ways never before possible. Users can witness the delicate balance of ecosystems, learn about the importance of biodiversity, and even participate in virtual conservation efforts.

Crucially, the digital dreamworld also serves as a catalyst for real-world action. By raising awareness of environmental issues and promoting sustainable practices, it inspires individuals to become stewards of the planet. Whether through tree-planting initiatives, renewable energy projects, or advocacy for stronger environmental policies, the digital dreamworld empowers people to make a tangible difference in the fight against pollution and climate change.

Of course, the creation of a digital dreamworld is not without its challenges. It requires a concerted effort from artists, technologists, environmentalists, and policymakers to bring this vision to fruition. From developing cutting-edge graphics and immersive experiences to addressing ethical considerations such as digital carbon footprints, there are many obstacles to overcome.

However, the potential rewards are immense. By harnessing the power of technology to reconnect with nature, we can inspire a new generation of environmental stewards and pave the way towards a more sustainable future. The digital dreamworld offers not just an escape from reality, but a glimpse of the world as it could be—a world where nature thrives, pollution is a distant memory, and the beauty of the natural world is preserved for generations to come.



Interior accessories hanging planter


€ 59,50

Interior accessories hanging planter


€ 69,50

Interior accessories hanging planter


€ 59,50



Piñatex® by Ananas Anam is a natural, innovative and patented new material, made from pineapple leaf fibres gathered by partner farming cooperatives in The Philippines. Piñatex® fibres are the by-product of the pineapple harvest. No extra land, water, fertiliser or pesticides are required to produce the material. Piñatex is biodegradable and does not contribute to the accumulation of plastic waste. For more info visit the website of Ananas Anam – Piñatex.

These products are handmade in a socially responsible company in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. BORO*Atelier offers a special training course to long-term job seekers and/or refugee status holders. For more info visit the website of BORO* Atelier.

Vegan leather made from plant-based materials like pineapple, apple, or grape fibers is part of a growing trend in sustainable fashion and material innovation. These plant-derived materials offer eco-friendly alternatives to traditional leather, and each has its unique properties and advantages. All these plant-based leather alternatives have gained popularity due to their sustainability, reduced environmental impact, and innovative use of agricultural byproducts. They provide ethical and eco-conscious consumers with options that align with their values. Additionally, they offer designers and manufacturers versatile materials for creating a wide range of fashion and accessory items.


Studio Yestomorrow is a multi-disciplinary design studio that sits at the intersection of fashion and interior design, renowned for its innovative approach to creating concepts and handcrafted products that redefine spaces and personal style. With sustainability and creativity at its core, the studio has established itself as a beacon for those seeking items and concepts that are both aesthetically pleasing and environmentally conscious. I have a good range of technical and practical skills in order to competently carry out all that is required. From handcrafting skills to 3D modelling software and from hand drawing techniques to Adobe Illustrator know-how.

The studio’s portfolio includes:

fashion accessories – from footwear to bags to jewellery, each piece is crafted with the utmost attention to detail, ensuring that the product serves both form and function.

interior accessories – the studio’s interior accessories, which range from artisanal wheel trown ceramics to leather hanging planters to unique wall art, are designed to inject personality and warmth into any space.

visual concepts – beyond tangible products, Studio Yestomorrow excels in the creation of visual concepts that guide brands and individuals in achieving a cohesive aesthetic identity. This service includes brand imagery, mood boards and styling concepts.



My passion for product design started at the Design Academy in Eindhoven. Being a person with many interests, it was hard for me to choose one direction. The Man & Identity department appealed to me most, because it combined fashion & interior. Although I still didn’t have a clear vision about which products I wanted to make, I already dreamed about my own label.

After my graduation I started working as a footwear designer. This was more by coincidence than planned, but I liked it very much. After working very experimental during my study, I liked the commercial field very much. I worked in a private label business for four years, then I switched to another footwear company where I could focus more on building brands.

After almost four years working there, I felt more and more that I wanted to be on my own. So in 2015 I took the jump, quit my job and started my own company Studio Yestomorrow. In this company I could combine many of my interests and capabilities. I design and develop my own floral accessory collection in my atelier in Amsterdam. Next to that I work as a freelance designer. When I have time left, I love making pottery, jewellery and illustrations. I love the variety of design disciplines and I am very happy to finally combine them all. Also I love being outside in nature to clear my head and identify plants.





Elma Polak