• 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…

  • Fashion

    Define your Style

    Define your Style ( written in English and Dutch) Some people judge others on what they wear, but I believe being stylish has little to do with wearing expensive brands or expensive accessories. Everyone can really create a great look, even with a small budget. I find it even fantastic when you manage to be voguish with a small budget. The most important thing is that you have created your own “personal” style. A style in which you feel good increases your confidence. Self-confidence makes you more attractive and happier. Unfortunately, my self-confidence and my “own personal style” has disappeared a bit with the years but especially because of some extra…

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