Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Saturday, 26 May 2012

Longing for my Moschino/Kartell flats!

Unfortunately, just when summer was about to make its arrival, they got broken. Luckily I just heard from Ms. Sylvia from Moschino that she is going to send me a new pair! :-)

Colour it is!

Check out this pretty cool Film Commission Chile design by Hey.

© Hey, via

Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Back in time

I am still so excited about our wedding last year, that I just HAVE to share some more photos of that day. Definitely one of the best days ever!!!

photos by amaaaaazing photographer Melissa Milis :-)

So nice!

this cover of Port Magazine's upcoming issue #6

on the cover: St John Restaurant’s Fergus Henderson,
shot by Philip Sinden

Sunday, 20 May 2012

Friday, 18 May 2012

Great style captured by The Coveteur

Yep, Caroline de Maigret sure is beautiful and sure has great style (for more photos just google her). Oh and by the way, can I pleeeeaaase have that sweater too?!

Wednesday, 16 May 2012

Back to Basics!

Really inspiring: this Back to Basics article in this month's Elle Decoration UK, about a one-bedroom Brooklyn apartment, sparsely - but beautifully! - furnished with reclaimed finds and recycled pieces, proving that you can live better with less.

Home owner David (from LifeEdited): 'The average American uses more living space, consumes more energy and carries more personal debt than he did in 1950. Despite this excess, or perhaps because of it, we find ourselves no happier.' Partner Jacqueline: 'In my last apartment, I had so many empty shelves; I just bought things to fill them. Now we have a few beautiful things instead of a load of stuff that means nothing. Everything we have holds more value. You consume less in a small space - we only have what we need.'

And what about me?

Ok, I'm not as colourful as that orange bird, but check out my pose!
(another beautiful pictures from The Incomplete Dictionary of Show Birds)

Friday, 11 May 2012

I say: pretty cool!

And it gets even cooler if you know the story behind this building - the Nakagin Capsule Tower (Kisho Kurokawa, 1972), which was created to house traveling businessmen, was the first capsule architecture design. It's quite a prototype for sustainable and recyclable architecture, as each module apparently can be plugged into the central core and be replaced or exchanged when necessary. How cool is that?! (for more info see the related article on archdaily)

via archdaily (author unknown)

Eureka! Green it is!!

What do you think of these new plants I bought? I suddenly realized that plants don't just do well outside, but are also nice things to keep inside your house! Yep, I know.. where have I been??? Better late then never I guess. Anyhow, green it is from now on.

© Eva V.

Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Upside down inspiration by Love Aesthetics

I very much like the idea of hanging your magazines on the wall with paper clips, as done by Irvania Carpio from the lovely blog LOVE AESTHETICS. An easy and cheap way of nicely displaying your favorite magazines in your kitchen, toilet or living room (or whatever other room in your house you use for reading or just want to flourish a bit!)

© Irvania Carpio

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Thank you, Mr. Sartorialist

Love the photo + outfit. Another example illustrating the great eye photographer Scott Schuman...

© Scott Schuman aka The Sartorialist