Home away from home in Moscow

12 August 2019 2

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interior, interior design, interior styling, Moscow, rented apartment, how to style a rented apartment, scandinavian style

Like a mantra I keep repeating that the home is one of the crucial keys to our happiness. Coming back to a home that speaks to you, that tells your story and that makes you ‘feel at home’ is something we should all strive for.…

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What does #beingathome mean to you?

5 August 2019 1

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beingathome, zuhausesein, interior design, German design, photo contest

It is this special feeling we only have when at home – #beingathome is more than just feeling comfortable and safe. Actually, being at home is being all in line with yourself. Your personality, your liking, your love and desire. Also, #beingathome (or as we say in German #zuhausesein) is where we express ourselves fully.…

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Tisca Rugs: A Handmade Tale from Romania

25 July 2019 1

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Tisca, rugs, handmade, Austrian design, Romania, handmade rugs, Transsylvania

Sometimes it is pure curiosity and wanderlust that takes you to new places and makes you discover new people and cultures. Other times it is design and craftsmanship. This was the case with my first trip to Romania, to be precise, to the region of Transylvania in Romania’s heart.…

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Wood & Plants at the Aarhus Art Museum

24 July 2019 1

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Dinesen, Aarhus, Aarhus museum, Danish design

Natural materials in combination with plants are a winner equation when it comes to interior design. Wood and plants is just a natural match. And the lastest pictures from the café at the Aarhus Art Museum prove my hypothesis. In my last blog post I wrote about the importance of rugs in a home.…

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Brazilian Design: Meet Lina Bo Bardi

20 July 2019 1

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Lina Bo Bardi, Casa de Vidro, Brazil. Sao Paulo, Brazilian design, Brazilian architecture

In May I was beyond happy: I visited Brazil for the very first time. A long time dream came true. And Brazil is not only amazing for its rich and lush nature, but also for its sophisticated design scene. There is so much to tell about Brazilian design – but let me start first with this highlight: the Casa de Vidro of Italo-Brazilian architect and designer Lina Bo Bardi.…

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