Earlier this month I posted all about my no-buy experience and how I’d been researching fair fashion instead. A spring wishlist is in the making, but I thought about starting with the basics first. Items you can mostly wear all year round and go with about anything. You know, to get the most bang out of your buck with. For those who know me, it’ll come to no surprise most (all) of these things are black or neutral toned. Total risk taker, this one.
It was early December and we just finished remodelling the kitchen (might make a post about that soon!) and I was very keen on using the new fancy oven we installed. I believe this was the very first thing I made, I just googled for some nice and quick cookies, found this recipe, and gave it my own little twist.
I was always fascinated by ‘old‘ things, but something sparked in me when I left for university. Not having a lot of money to decorate my student room, I headed towards thrift shops to find nice things for cheap, only to be pleasantly surprised by what I found. So let’s talk a bit more about why I buy vintage, and my favorite interior finds so far. Read More
Oh February, how I’ve welcomed you with open arms. Days are finally getting longer again and I’ve been really enjoying driving home from work in (semi-)daylight. And even though it’s still freezing out, it’s nice to see the sun again. Spring is just round the corner, right? Right?
Honesty hour: I’m a materialistic person. I like nice things. I also like buying nice things. Surrounding myself with beautiful things makes me happy. Working as an interior architect, it just makes sense to me. Read More
Every december, Pantone announces their colour of the year, directly impacting the home and interior industry. They keep a close eye on art, film, fashion and design elements and use them as a guide to forecast the colour trends for the year ahead. For 2018, they’ve chosen Ultra Violet.