Hello everyone and Happy new year! I hope you had a lovely start, I disappeared a bit from social media and the blog, as I was spending some lovely time both in Ireland and Italy. It’s been one of the longest Xmas holidays I had in ages and I really enjoyed that!
This year resolution will be just one, and I’ll have to try and stick to it: switch off from the phone a bit more (travelling to a place without a good internet connection of wifi made me realize how addicted I am to it…). So as soon as we got home my lovely husband suggested starting by keeping the phones away from the bedroom and getting an old style Alarm Clock.
Now that might sound funny but it’s hard to still find alarm clocks in shops as everyone is using mobiles phones, and especially to find nice design ones…. but with a little research here’s my top 10 alarm clock list:
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Hello! I’m still recovering after the last two weeks from all the emotions I’ve been through.
Everyone said organising a wedding is stressful (I would say more fun than stressful), but no one ever told me that you will still feel so full of the emotions a few days after.
I don’t want to turn this blog into a wedding one but I just thought I’d share with you my mood board and hopefully, once I got our professional photos I could share a few more with you:
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Last weekend it was Openhouse here in London, the most amazing architectural festival that gives free public access to lots of buildings in the capital and around the country. While most of the people generally hit for the iconic buildings in the city center, this year I opted to stay local and I discovered a beautiful gem just around the corner from my house:
This new build is designed by 6aArchitects and is nestled tightly into an irregular corner plot in North London and is split into three apartments.
The client – an artist and restaurateur – briefed the architects with a series of her own photographs depicting the stacking of everyday objects. The result is a minimal space, with a very strong character. The materials are rough ready, a perfect combination of wood, exposed concrete, brass and scratched white stucco.
Black Stone Building_ILBT
The featured staircase is the fluid that connects the 3 apartments. The top floor apartment is the most beautiful one and has been decorated by the homeowner with an exquisite taste using a mix of old and new pieces.
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Whoop Whoop….. I’m delighted to announce that my blog has been nominated for the Amara Interior Blog Award 2017 as a ‘Best Newcomer Blog’ !!!
If you’ll have a minute, please give me your vote! It will only take few second and you will make me very happy… You’ll have time until Friday 15th September 2017!!
Thank you very much in advance!
I cannot believe it’s been 1 year since my blog adventure began!!! When I first started I couldn’t imagine that I would stick to it and keep posting, and now here I am, writing a quick summary of this year so far:
1/ I met lots of lovely people who share the same interests as me, both here and on Instagram, I couldn’t imagine the big and friendly the community is;
2/ My house got published in a few online magazines and websites, very excited about that, it’s nice to share my little space with other people;
3/ I’ve been nominated for the Amara Interior Blog Awards under the Newcomers Blog category! I’m very excited about this and I’d thrilled just to get the chances to get into the finals, but of course, I need your help!!!Voting is gonna start soon…
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