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Interiors

Change your room with Bemz Covers

27 November 2019 4

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Bemz, IKEA, living room, sofa covers, restyling, interior, interior styling, boho interiors, bohemian, plants

Quite often the sofa is the central element in a living room. It is the cozy place of the home, the nook where you unwind after a long day or simply spend a lazy Sunday. We sleep on the sofa, sit with friends, we read, we watch movies and binge watch Netflix series, we knit, we eat – basically we spend quite some time and great moments of life on our sofas.…

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The Touch: Spaces Designed for the Senses

5 September 2019 6

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The Touch, Kinfolk, Norm Architects, design book, interior design, interiors, interior book

What happens when two amazing brands with impeccable style come together and create a book? Yes, something very nice and desirable is the result. Such is the brand new book entitled ‘The Touch: Spaces Designed for the Senses’. Who are the authors?…

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Munich Interiors

23 October 2015 2

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Munich, interiors, interior design, München, new book, Munich interiors

There is one risk (among others) when you are a blogger: you end up circling in the same blogger world, looking for inspiration on other blogs, peeking into other bloggers’ homes and so on. Sometimes it feels like you forget that there are other people out there who (probably) have no touch point with interior blogs whatsoever.…

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Style At Mine: Little Bedroom Makeover

24 July 2015 5

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bedroom, interiors, makeover, bedroom styling, bedside table, plants, StyleAtMine

Are you on at{mine}? If your answer is ‘no’, you better think twice and join the new and thriving interiors community. It is a place for interior lovers and offers peeks into the members’ real homes – no over styled, glossy mag interior shots.…

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Book Review: The New Boho Book

5 May 2015 1

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I have been a passionate follower and reader of Justina Blakeney's blog over the past few years. I love her unconventional style, her eclectic collections, her love for plants and colors. She is a sort of a beacon who reminds me that styling a home is a personal matter.

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