Interiors: The Glass Ceiling of My Dreams

Interiors: Stunning Art Nouveau

Ok, so Belgium is on my mind… As always, when I am planning a trip I stumble upon various stunning details regarding my destination. And this is also the case: on Tuesday I leave for Brussels and I have seen the picture above some time ago on a tumblr blog, and couldn’t find its source. And then, a couple of days ago, while casually browsing DustJacketAttick, I found the whole interior, an Artnouveau building in Antwerp… And fell in love with, besides the gorgeous dining area, the kitchen and its magical tiles.

Interiors: Stunning Art Nouveau

Interiors: Stunning Art Nouveau

Interiors: Stunning Art Nouveau

Interiors: Stunning Art Nouveau

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Wednesday’s Specials: Mandarin Chocolate Cakes

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Ok, so this is a perfect idea for Christmas (yeah, I am preparing for the next one already) as I associate the smell of mandarines with this beautiful holiday. And its genius comes from the absolute simplicity… You can choose you favourite chocolate batter (I would go for my moms brownie muffins with a hint of rum – another Christmas favourite) and just fill the emptied shells with the batter and cook them in your oven. The cakes will get a subtle mandarin flavour and I bet the house will smell amazing after this.

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Enjoy!

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Interiors: A Czech Republic Converted Barn

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I can’t even begin to tell you how much I love this: high ceiling, huge windows, black and white and a gorgeous view. I really enjoy to look at converted spaces, that had a totally different employment in the past and all the innovative ways the space is used and capitalized.

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Fairytale Destinations: An Eclectic B&B in Knokke, Belgium

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Next week I am leaving for Brussels for a few days and a month ago I was frantically searching for a nice hotel to stay in. Obviously, after I booked our room, a lot of gorgeous Belgian hotels started popping up in my virtual world… But luckily this one is not in Brussels, so, I will keep it in mind
for a next visit <3

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Interiors: A Cool Combination of Modern and Vintage

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A lovely Danish home that masters the mix of modern and vintage. With a fairly simple color palette, featuring black, white, gray and brown and a few striking color excesses, the interiors also features a lot of wall decoration that give an artistic vibe.

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Weddings: The Perfect Beach Wedding

Project Fairytale: The Perfect Beach Wedding

If you plan you destination wedding you might want to take notes right now. This beautiful event, with a white tie dress-code, took place in Patagonia, Argentina in December 2014 (between Christmas and New Year’s Eve) and had as main characters Sofía Sanchez Barrenechea and Alexandre de Betak as the bride and groom. I especially loved her dress, the recurring Darth Vader theme, the gaucho-themed picnic that took place on the first day, the working barn where the party was held and the next day tango brunch <3

Project Fairytale: The Perfect Beach Wedding

Project Fairytale: The Perfect Beach Wedding

Project Fairytale: The Perfect Beach Wedding

Project Fairytale: The Perfect Beach Wedding

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Style Inspiration: Coco Rocha for Hola Magazine Mexico

Project Fairytale: Coco Rocha | Hola Magazine

A very elegant fashion editorial featuring the stunning Coco Rocha that reminded me of the 2001 movie The Others, starring Nicole Kidman (one of my favourite movies in terms of clothes, yeah, I know, superficiality is my middle name and I am proud of it). I especially liked the cream cape coat and the beautiful golden dress.

Project Fairytale: Coco Rocha | Hola Magazine

Project Fairytale: Coco Rocha | Hola Magazine

Project Fairytale: Coco Rocha | Hola Magazine

Project Fairytale: Coco Rocha | Hola Magazine

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DIY: Gorgeous Fabric Wrapped Gift Boxes

Project Fairytale: DIY

If you love making gifts you must also like them took as nice as possible, which, for some people is easily achieved through a very nice gift wrap with some personal touches. But after many gifts given and received, I started to look for more original ideas for my presents, and these beautiful fabric wrapped favour boxes caught my eyes. They look simple enough to be made even by my clumsy hands and they look great. Plus, in any fabric shop you will find a selection of leftover materials in gorgeous prints and colors at really affordable prices :)

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What you’ll need:

• 3″ or 4″ square favor box
• Fabric (these prints and more here)
• Scissors
• Ruler
• Double-stick tape (optional)

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The rest of the instructions: Minted.com

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