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New Book: Tiny Balcony

1 May 2020 4

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Tiny Balcony, balcony, urban jungle, new book, interior, interior design, interior styling

As someone who wrote books himself, I know how much hard word, passion, and endurance a book project requests from its writer. So when my friends Julia and Gregor of Studio Faubel approached me last year to be part of their new book ‘Tiny Balcony’ I was all game to support them.…

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Stay Home Ideas: Clean Out the Bookshelf

10 April 2020 7

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bookshelf, stay at home ideas, stay at home, style bookshelf, tips for styling bookshelves, interior decoration

This week I have started my new mini blog series ‘Stay Home Ideas’ for us to keep us busy and entertained while we are more or less quarantined in our homes. Now I reckon some of you are busy with work from the home office, home schooling kids, cooking, doing other chores, but hey, now is the time to also tick off some of the duties that have lingered for like ever on our to-do lists, no?…

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Serene and Plant Filled Living Room

16 October 2019 11

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interior, interior styling, living room, interior design, living room restyling, Scandi, boho, plants

I can’t believe it but it’s been almost two years that I have been living in my apartment now. On one hand it feels like forever, on the other hand it feels crazy cause it’s not such a long time compared to my tiny, old rooftop apartment (where I had lived for 10 years).…

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Home away from home in Moscow

12 August 2019 3

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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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Modern Nomad Living

7 May 2017 5

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nomad living, boho, bohemian, interior, interior styling, boho interiors

I was always drawn to the concept of modern nomads. Wait, I have to correct that. In the first instance I am truly drawn to nomadic cultures and their way of life. The Berbers, the Tuareg, the Bedouins and many more – their cultures are an incessant source of inspiration.…

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