Creatista.

The Creatista pop-up café was a genius hack from Nespresso to launch a new coffee machine in Auckland. They temporarily opened a café in a cute spot of the city (clearly fully equipped with the new machines) which was styled and furnished by the well-known Interior Designer and Blogger Michelle Halford. Creatista.

Coffee Art

Got to give the credits for this coffee art to my husband… can´t help but think that “the original energy drink” is the best ad claim for coffee ever. Also from the book Cafés & Coffeehouses, see here.
Coffee Art

Daylight

Captured this very special daylight on a late December morning. The amaryllis looked still fresh at the time and the moose cushions kept it winter-christmasy even after the festive season…
Daylight

Dusky pink

Lately I have a faible for dusky pink. With absolut no intention I buy things in the colour – latest purchase: Eat beautiful from Wendy Rowe. Great book, with yammi and healthy recipes and tips for treating your skin from the inside out (even my bellini is a match).
Dusky pink

Couch Table

My addiction for beautiful books laid out on my couch table. Got this new one recently: Cafés & Coffeehouses. Full of the most stylish cafés – a central hub for social life – and its interior design and branding concepts.

Loudspeakers

I never liked them. I never wanted them in my home. I always thought why on earth they have to look like something that belongs to a garage or a storage room. And the ones which actually looked pretty at that time were way over my budget. So I gave in because I couldn’t live without too. I did hide them in my bookshelf, surrounded by lovely beautiful books. Until…. the industry discovered the niche and I felt comfortable enough to expose what we call “loudspeakers”.
Loudspeakers