• Interior

    Lockdown interior

    Lockdown interior (written in English and Dutch) It is undeniable Covid-19 has changed the way we see our homes. Our home became suddenly our workplace, classroom and even our holiday resort (staycation) for most of us. We know we feel safe at home. This pandemic was the start for new interior trends. Everyone wants to create a home, where we feel as cozy and comfortable as possible. Think of large couch in a warm fluffy material, that invite you to relax or imagine the perfectly made bed with a fresh look, giving you a real hotel feeling! We notice that we increasingly appreciate luxury in our home. We not only want…

  • Interior

    It’s all about details

    It’s all about details (written in English and Dutch) I always start from a white base, because this is ideal to display accessories. Rely on me, every accessory stands out against a white background, but … think carefully about “what” you want to show, “where” and “how” you displays it. Decorating is my passion and every day driver. My advice, as an interior stylist, “don’t always play on safe”. Do not go that piece you find at every store around the corner. Contrast between bright colors and white will attract everyone’s attention. However, I would start by placing one bright colored piece and then see how it works out in…

  • Interior

    “Nothing last – Nothing is finished and nothing is perfect” -Wabi Sabi

    “Nothing last – Nothing is finished and nothing is perfect” -Wabi Sabi ( written in English and Dutch) Wabi Sabi a Japanese philosophy of life, became a trendy living style. The characteristics of this interior style is, just like the Japanese ideology, based on simplicity and the beauty of imperfection and asymmetrical patterns. Wabi Sabi stands for imperfections and the natural aging of people and objects or very briefly, a casual atmosphere of living and letting lived. As an interior stylist with a slight deviation from perfectionism and an urge of symmetry, this living style is challenging me. These interiors are often too dark and just a little too lived-through…

  • Lifestyle

    I love the Italian way of life

    I love the Italian way of life(written in Dutch and English) “La vita è bella” is dat niet het eerste wat in je opkomt wanneer je aan het mooie Italië denkt?  Na 5 jaar wonen in Italië kan ik deze spreuk enkel maar bevestigen. Nochtans is mijn gezin in deze jaren niet gespaard geweest van tegenslagen en kunnen we zeggen dat het zeker niet de gemakkelijkste jaren in ons leven zijn geweest.  Wij zijn ook realistisch, Italië heeft ook zijn problemen maar heeft dit niet elk land? Toch hebben de Italianen ons geleerd de zaken die je hebt te respecteren, genieten van je gezin en familie, stil te staan bij kleine…


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