• Fashion

    All I want for Christmas is green!

    All I want for Christmas is green  ( written in English and Dutch) With the upcoming Christmas period a stylish outfit is a must. With Christmas you will be surrounded with your family and love ones. But being with family doesn’t mean you don’t be dressed up. I personally admit, almost every year I pick my black LBD, black suède pumps and nicely decorated panties.  I really adore the well dressed black, but this year I prefer something else to wear. I will go for green!  Why ? First of all and obviously I find it stylish, but secondly i got compliments when I add green in my outfit. And…

  • Interior,  Lifestyle

    Win a brand new FibreGuard sofa !!

    What an opportunity! FibreGuard gives us the chance to win a sofa !!! I would not write a blog about it, if I was not completely in love with this sofa. The seat is designed to make our life easier. It has a beautiful design and build of a top material from FibreGuard. FibreGuard fabrics have top features that everyone with a busy family life will appreciate. They are durable fabrics, environmental friendly, but what attracts me the most is the fact that they are child and animal-friendly, in other words easily to clean and remain beautiful year after year. Now you see what drives me so much to win…

  • Lifestyle,  Travel

    Italian architecture. Less is more or less is a bore ?

    Italian architecture. Less is more or less is a bore?(written in English and Dutch) When I entered Puglia, I got immediately surprised by a couple of things: the flat landscape, no mountains or rolling hills, but the sea and 1000’s of acres of olive trees and vineyards. Also the style of the houses got my attention, are we still in Italy? Not those typical Italian colored houses, but the white rectangular structured bungalows with a roof terrace, large rocky gardens with giant cactus trees and a driveway with olive trees were not immediately my style. What I do really liked was the beige sandstone of theses house. Used everywhere and…

  • Lifestyle

    Let your light shine

    Let your light shine! (written in english and dutch) Our new house (a former barn) gets more shape every day. The most important criteria was to have it earthquake-resistant. The structure is steel framed and it may be a bunker now. The outside is in a typical Italian yellow sand color stucco and as such matches perfectly with the green surroundings of the Sibillini park. I love design and the Italians are really strong in it as we all know. They still continue to amaze and to surprise me. One of the areas of design where the Italians are well known for is lighting. Honestly it remains difficult to me, to select…

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