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New Interior Book + Giveaway

September 12, 2014 0

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My friend and fellow blogger Stefanie Luxat comes with many talents. As a journalist, as an interior stylist, as a wedding expert and businesswoman. Yes, I think she’s quite a woman. So it was just a question of time when she’ll publish an interior book (after her successful wedding book) and – drumroll – here it is!…

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Interior Inspiration In 91 Magazine

June 19, 2014 0

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A regular fix of mine for interior inspiration are the numerous e-magazines available. One of those is the British 91 Magazine – it features home stories, thrifty and crafty ideas for the own home, interviews with creatives and more. Moreover, it is probably the e-mag with the strongest vintage focus of all e-mags I know.…

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Book Review: ‘Home For Now’ By Joanna Thornhill

June 5, 2014 0

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I’ve been living in a rented apartment for seven years now and that includes all restraints of a rented space – double-checking before painting the walls, reconsidering every nail hammered into the wall, no major changes regarding layout or buying customized furniture.…

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Creative Chit-Chat: Coffeeklatch

March 28, 2014 0

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Just yesterday I talked about how much I love to peek into people’s interiors, be it friends or foreigners. As an interior design loving guy it is sheer pleasure for me to see how others dwell and how they create the most intimate space – the own home.…

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Home Tour: Swiss Chalet

January 16, 2012 1

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It is still wintertime and some of us might envisage a little ski trip to the cosmopolitan Swiss Alps. Well, if you do, I hope your accommodation will be as sophisticated and refined as this Swiss chalet – the stunning refuge of Belgian antique dealer and interior designer Axel Vervoordt.  A symphony of wood and stone at the end of a winding and steep pathway to an alpine peak in Swiss winter resort Verbier combines traditional architecture with sublime interior design and thus redefines the notion of a winter chalet.  The amazing fact here: This chalet was built ten years ago by local artisans to preserve the typical local architecture with stone and wood.…

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