Here it is – after more than 3,5 years of blogging under a cheerful bunting, Happy Interior Blog has grown up and has changed. Today I am proud to present to you the brand new Happy Interior Blog – redesigned and recreated to bring you more of what I am passionate about: Beautiful interiors, inspiring travels and lush plants. Happy Interior Blog will more than ever be the place where my restless wanderlust and my travels meet beautiful interiors, design and home decor enriched with green urban jungles with thriving plants.
The blog has gone through a thorough redesign process, both the desktop and mobile versions. I am happy to share both with you as of today. Happy Interior Blog is airy and breezy like my travels, it is clean and playful like the interiors on my blog, it is living and thriving like my plants. I hope you will love the new look and feel and I encourage you to explore the new blog. Click and discover what is hidden behind the various pages and please do not forget to tell me what you think. After all, this was done for you my dear readers!
I also want to thank a fantastic mini team that has accompanied me on this redesign endeavour that included quite a few sleepless nights and endless Skype calls and Facebook messaging sessions between Munich, Paris, Berlin and sometimes even the Greek island of Naxos (don’t ask me why). Thank you to Judith de Graaff of JOELIX.com who redesigned the blog and invigorated it with a fresh and crisp look that has a small reference to the previous bunting (see the little triangles) and is absolutely matching the Happy Interior Blog world. Three category icons will structure the posts into Interiors, Travels and Plants (I absolutely love those). Thank you also to my friend Cécile Le Guen who proved to be a real geek girl and who impressed me with all her knowledge around inexplicable codings, migrations processes and other techie stuff. I could not have made it without you two.
But now it’s time for you, my dear readers. Delve into the fresh world of Happy Interior Blog and expect a lot of new blog posts about interiors, travels and plants. Welcome!