Excited to announce this Month’s theme on the blog is Boho Chic Interiors, a very trendy style at the moment when it comes to interior decorating. How to achieve it? Here is a mood board to start with.
A refreshing and uncomplicated dish to serve as a starter to your gourmet guests. The Goat Cheese Salad, Radishes & Pears, a recipe by Chef Nicolas Vahé, is simply perfect to spice up your summer dinners. [+ Download the recipe right from this post]
Aude is a young florist with a huge talent as shown by the pictures featuring our first styling work together. She has an incredible flair for making colourful, bold and boho-chic flower arrangements that add a touch of romance to your interior.
In its Volume 6, Cereal Magazine features some of Singapore’s most impressive architectural landmarks (including The Interlace and Gardens by the Bay) and stages the Lion City’s luxurious nature in its very own way.
I recently discovered stylist Romi Weinberg’s beautiful house and immediately loved everything about it – especially the luxurious tropical garden. I was also very pleased to read that Romi likes “things that are imperfect”. Well, this is a good thing, you and me too!!
Inspired by two of Pantone top 10 colours for Spring 2017, Kale and Greenery, I am focusing this February on a fascinating colour: green. Its multiple shades all tend to evoke either a healthy life, a new beginning or a communion with the nature. How does green make you feel?
Decorating your interior with houseplants is one of the best ways to create a welcoming atmosphere. Even the smallest use of greenery brings life and a sense of nature to any home. Luckily, living in warm Singapore gives us access to a wide range of tropical plants from palms to orchids, cacti and succulents.