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Trying to make up my mind about Milan. The trip is booked, but can I find the time to go? What’s out there again? Last year I took a lot of pictures. A selection. Last year I visited this exquisite … Continue reading
I am so happy to have found my map of the moon again! It was among the rest of the wall hangings that I swapped for a new composition. I have a picture of where it was, for a long … Continue reading
Free work by French photographer Amelie Lombard, who is known for her exquisite work for Fauchon Paris, the über stylish delicatessen on Place de la Madeleine in Paris. Inspiring! More Lombard here
A picture from my desktop. The lid of a used paint tin. Close up. It became the logo of our B&B room. A home away from home for people from all over the world. Like I said before: ( in an … Continue reading
The other day I read an article in the newspaper Next about ‘The inflation of the word inspiration’, written by Lonneke van Genugten: (in my words): From the divine world of the arts inspiration has moved on to the common … Continue reading
The other day I read an inspiring article on the start-up period of the now successful organic supermarket Marqt. How the man behind the concept, Quirijn Bolle, pulled through difficult times, holding on to his believe in an honest and … Continue reading
Last week I was invited to speak at a bloggers event, to show and tell about Christmas trends. I took on the assignment with great gusto, only to almost immediately realize: Christmas is all about traditions (!) and maybe less … Continue reading
The store magazine Allerhande (by supermarket Albert Heijn) is celebrating its 30st anniversary with a big cake issue. 45 deliciously good looking bake inspirations on display made my breakfast rather restless… the additional tips and tricks make it look so … Continue reading