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November 2015

Vineyards & Flowers: Visiting Saint-Émilion

November 30, 2015 3

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Visiting Saint-Émilion, Saint-Émilion, wine village, France, travel tips, travel blog

The year 2015 is nearly over and with all the recent events on our planet it feels like it was not a very good one for humanity. However, this year was also filled with personal moments of happiness and joy, wonderful new discoveries, many trips and moments of peace and beauty.…

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Design Crush: Nera Wooden Bowls

November 27, 2015 3

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Near wooden bowls, wooden accessories, Zanat, Monica Förster, Balkan design

What happens when you mix the Balkans and Scandinavia? Great design happens! Cool Scandinavian design aesthetics mix with ethnic patterns and century old handicraft from the Balkans and result in beautiful wooden design pieces for the contemporary home. One example of this unusual design concoction are the Nera wooden bowls by Bosnian design label Zanat made in collaboration with Swedish designer Monica Förster.…

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Dwell in Style in Paris

November 25, 2015 5

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Paris apartments, Paris interiors, Paris homes, interior design, pied-à-terre in Paris

Why is it good to have dreams? Because they keep inspiring us and they make us strive for a better self. And for interior lovers like you and I, it makes us strive for a better and more stylish home. That’s why I love to peek on sites that offer beautiful homes for sale.…

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Amsterdam Getaway Tips

November 23, 2015 5

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Amsterdam, Travel Tips, Weekend Tips Amsterdam, Travel Blog, Cool Amsterdam Cafés, Cool Amsterdam Shops

Amsterdam is a city that surprised me when I visited for the first time a few years ago. I have never had a certain desire to go and visit the Dutch city, but once I went there I sort of fell in love with Amsterdam.…

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Lost in Plantation: Succulent Plant Collection Zurich

November 20, 2015 6

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Succulent Plant Collection, Zurich, Sukkulenten Sammlung Zürich, Switzerland, Lost in Plantation, succulents, botanical gardens

During my last visit to Zurich the weather was pretty damp and chilly. Unlike the hot and arid climate preferred by succulents. Yet it is in Zurich that one of the world’s largest succulent plant collection has settled sind 1931. Cacti, agaves, aloes are just a few of the more than 6,500 succulent species in the Succulent Plant Collection in Zurich, Switzerland.…

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