MINIMAL INTERIOR, TRAVEL

LACMA

Absolutely loved the architecture in Los Angeles, from the Walt Disney Concert hall (more soon!) to Getty Center (remember?) and displayed here: LACMA. LACMA is the largest art museum in the western United States. It holds more than 120,000 works spanning the history of art from ancient times to the present. We’ve spend most of our time wandering around the modern art exhibit (especially Ed Moses) and the contemporary art exhibit. But walking around the buildings is pretty amazing as well, loved it!

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MINIMAL FASHION

Wardrobe Wish List

A week ago I posted my interior wish list, but we all know wardrobe wish lists are even more outrages and keep on growing. So without further ado: my wish list of six items I would love to add to my wardrobe. Now all I need is a bankaccount that has a bit more zeros than mine at the moment… See my complete wish list here!

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TRAVEL

Our temporary LA home

We could get used to this. Our temporary LA home by Homestead is not too shabby. We arrived a few days ago and have been taking it slow ever since. A day at the beach, some shopping and long meals. Next week it’s back to business, balancing three jobs at the same time, so we’re soaking up every LA vibe we can. Being in LA for over a week makes me feel at home, especially since we have a whole apartment. I found myself daydreaming about living here more than once, but I already now it’s nearly impossible. Will be hard to say

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MINIMAL FASHION

Editorial: a spring breeze

This editorial feels just like a fresh Spring breeze: light colors, thin layers of soft fabric and a slow easy smile. I’m a fan of how Tobias Lundqvist photographed the clothing in this setting. And it makes me hope that when we head back to the Netherlands the weather will be at its best: sun, sun and sun. A part of me wants to stay right where I’m now: Los Angeles with it’s perfect weather, great restaurants (and overpriced everything, that I could miss…) and relaxed atmosphere. But another part of me can’t wait to go back, see my family, sleep

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MINIMAL INTERIOR

Interior wish list

We online shopping addicts always have a never ending wish list don’t we? Either in the back of our minds, neatly organised on our computers or by using the wish list function of the shops themselves. It doesn’t really matter how, as long as it’s functional and clears away the chaos our hunger for more creates. Although I’ve been thinking about my spending behaviour more and more lately (we actually need so little to make it through the day, it’s almost scary to realise how much we have), I still love online shopping too much. It’s a way to relax, wind down

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