An organized kitchen while renovating | w/ Style shoot

During the last months while designing a new kitchen I have proven myself that organizing is a real art. With no countertop and no cabinets left I had to improvise a lot around the home, something I am quite good in actually. Luckily my metal table was a perfect replacement for my missing countertop giving […]

Discovering Japan through Instagram & Tokyo city Guide by Kinfolk

I don’t know about you but for me visiting Japan is high on my bucket list! Following the Stories on Instagram from people being in Japan is something I really enjoy especially if design is involved. Norm architects, as did Staffan Holm worked with Ariake during workshops in Morodami, South Japan posting beautiful pictures off […]

A Japanese restaurant and some thoughts on low dining

Improvising at home with alternatives for a countertop and dining table I have been thinking a lot about low dining. To create a bit of a home feeling I added my very first dining table, bought when I was 19, to my kitchen. A table that has gone through different moments in my life and […]

A kitchen remake update with Cosentino

It has been a while since I showed you my stripped kitchen and between work and travel I have been busy organising things. An electrician prepared everything for induction cooking, plumbing is done, and I got all walls plastered and made a colour moodboard for the adjacent living and hall. I also visited Cosentino to […]

A home near the sea for Summer | Casa Pyla

Casa Pyla is the beautiful brainchild by my long time French friend Karine and her family. I can’t even remember when Karine and I first met, I am sure it was online somewhere in 2007 maybe when she was still running her successful online store Bodie and Fou. Over the years we met in London […]

About Spaces and how they are created

There’s been a lot of talking about painting and kitchens on the blog lately, and I hope to finish the first work and painting before Summer holiday’s. Sometimes it takes time to make the final plans, but what I have learned over the years is that my first idea always is the best and eventually […]

A monochrome masterclass by Paint & Paper Library

– current state of my home –  When an invitation to join a Monochrome masterclass by Paint & Paper Library hits your mailbox I am curious to find out more! At the event space, the beautiful location of Enter the loft, huge pictures on painter’s easels showed different interiors all in Monochrome colours Ruth Mottershead and her colleague […]

A new colour moodboard for my home with Little Greene

You might have read the last post about my home changes, have a look here if you missed it: Soft Minimalism | Masterplan 2.0 In the post I showed you a few inspirational pictures and talked briefly about trying out some colours from the Little Greene collection and my search for the perfect colour to […]

Japanese Furoshiki in the kitchen | w/ Style shoot

When it comes to different cultures, Japanese customs and minimalism are at the top of my list. The sophistication they surround themselves with in the kitchen and their houses in general really appeal to me. It is no secret I love shopping at any Muji store whenever I get the chance and actually visiting Japan […]