Compilation : Sweater Weather

I know, I know, it isn't time yet for this and yes I'm thankful as well to store some extra vitamin D before it starts to freeze again. But I can't help that these beauties are here now (and today is actually a cold and rainy day) so ... indeed I bring it on. I have for you 2 SWEATERS & 1 SWEATER SONG!

Mary Katrantzou & OMSK Belgium



Impressed : Raul de la Cerda

This bookcase is quite perfect, if I had all the money in the world..., I sure would know what to buy first!
A real great design and inspiration by Raul de la Cerda.


Try It Out : Honey Harvest

Since the beginning of the magazine I've been intrigued by Kinfolk's way of promoting a very appealing live with good food, friends and ment-to-be conversations. Their dinner parties seemed like a perfect spot to be, so I showed my interest of organising similar activities in Belgium. And now here we are with the good news, the gatherings (as they are called), went global.. Hurray hurray hurray

The first one I'll organise is the visit to a beekeeper and a workshop of honey infusions with herbs and spices. And all of this will happen in my hometown Ghent at the 13th of July in the beautiful nature reserve Bourgoyen.
(Keep your eye on this page if you are interested in being my guest :), I hope to see you there!)
photo by Leo Patrone via Kinfolk


Let's get informative

I'm back for now. I wasn't much into updating this blog and I decided to make some changes to it. This 'project' is just a thing for archiving and sharing my personal inspirations and interests. But in time things change and I feel like evolving to another approach. It's very vague and maybe you'll notice, maybe you won't. I'm not planning to be more professional or so, you'll see.

Where did I go the past few weeks? I visited Jordan, which was really a beautiful trip. This country has the best of the best to offer in heritage and also nature wise. There are just too many beautiful things.
Just google : Dana, Petra, Jerash, Madaba, Red Sea corals, ... and then the people, sooo friendly and their culture, so interesting.
Not yet convinced?