Interiors Inspiration from a famous Belgian Surrealist

Did you know that the famous Surrealist artist, Rene Magritte, was Belgian? Yup, it’s not just moules frites and Jean-Claude Van Damme over here, y’know. Now, the reason I am telling you this is twofold – firstly, Brussels has a very excellent Magritte museum that I went to today, and that is well worth a visit the next time you’re…

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All you need for Modern Oriental interior style at home

Last weekend I visited the Horta museum here in Brussels, Belgium. The museum is in the house that Belgian architect and designer, Victor Horta, used to live, and is choc full of the beautiful art nouveau features for which Horta is so well known. The reason I am telling you this, apart from totally advising you to visit when you…

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Interiors Inspiration from Sydney, Australia

Last year I visited Australia for the first time. And I absolutely loved it. We only got to see a small part of this vast and amazing country (Sydney in New South Wales, and Port Douglas, north of Cairns in Queensland), but the time we spent there was truly wonderful in terms of landscape, wildlife, shopping and people. I was…

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Unexpected Interior Design Finds in Switzerland

Having never been to Switzerland in the Summer before, I have to tell you that I was really surprised as to how hot it was. We had a beautiful long weekend, basking in temperatures of 30 – 32 degrees, with blue skies, lots of sunshine and some stunning sunsets. We managed to take in Zurich (where I did a great…

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Travel Inspired Finds from Rockett St George

So, first of all, apologies for the delay in sending out the first of this week’s posts. Being away and then catching up with friends has put me a little behind schedule. But fear not! In addition to discovering a few new (well to me at least) Swiss brands to introduce you to in due course, I had a fantastically…

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