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About appreciation & gratitude

21 November 2016 3

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Appreciation, Gratitude, interior, interior styling, happy home, creating a personal home, happiness, Happy Interior Blog

The past weekend was wonderful: I had a full weekend at my happy home in Munich. No plans. No obligations. Since such a weekend is rather rare for me, I like to fully enjoy it. And by that I mean spending quality time.…

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Home & Studio of a Greek Artist

15 November 2016 2

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Greek artist, Manousos Chalkiadakis, ceramics, paintings, art, Greece, Crete, home tour, studio tour, ceramic studio

Spending the vacations in Greece can be more than just sun, fun, and beach. During my recent trip to Crete I visited the home and studio of a Greek artist named Manousos Chalkiadakis. Manousos is a painter, photographer, ceramicist, and a very welcoming host.…

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At Home In Paris

27 September 2016 8

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Paris, home, interior, interior design, interior styling, home tour, interior blog

Many of you know that I am a frequent Paris visitor. Yet I am a pretty bad source when it comes to good hotel recommendations in Paris. Why? Well because I have something like a second home in Paris. Traveling is perfect and staying in hotels is grand too.…

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Small Living With Style

10 August 2016 10

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Amazon, Amazon DesignShop, Small Living, Interior Styling, Interior Design, Small Apartments, Design, Design Shopping, Moody interiors

You all know by now that I am living in a really small apartment. Today I don’t want to talk about my home, but about small living with style. There is this common rule saying that a small space should be kept white and bright.…

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New coffee table, planter + music at home

20 June 2016 3

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interior, interior styling, boho, bohemian, mid-century, coffee table, plants, Finn Juhl, Danish design, Bluetooth speaker, planter, Modernica, Grundig

Recently I was thinking about why some people seem to constantly dislike their home and what they have at home. I am pretty sure there are like dozens of reasons, but one could be that people see their home as a static place, as an unchangeable constant that will only experience alteration if it is inevitable, think of broken furniture, worn out rugs, cracked frames.…

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