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home and design

New shop alert: Hugå Studio in Nicosia

This blog post HAD to happen. Why? Because there were signs. First there was the mention of Hygge on Weeds, which I started watching a few weeks ago. Then there was a random post about the Hygge Manifesto on one of my favourite blogs. And of course before all this, I heard of the Hugå Studio opening in Nicosia.

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odd ends

Odd Ends

1. We went to see Pan. Although I really wanted to see The Martian.

2. This fella climbed out of bag of spinach.

3. Crappy iPhone photo of the most awesome TWD birthday cake my sister made me.

4. Finally found the black velvet fabric I’ve been looking for to reupholster my kitchen stools.

5. I get excited with silly things like alphabet stamps.

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motherhood

The Parent Hood//02

I’m excited about this week’s The Parent Hood. There’s a good mix and an eye-opening read. Grab that cup of tea.

The only reason kids love the beach is because of SAND. I’m seriously considering doing this.

Always on the lookout for inspiring ideas for Georgie’s bedroom.

I have been keeping up with Jacqui’s blog since she lost her beautiful three year old son, Ryan. She is using the space to write her way through this tragedy. She is a remarkable woman.

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travel

our Parisian apartment

Soon after we booked our flights for Paris, I stumbled upon Airbnb. From apartments and houses to boats and treehouses, this website offers a unique living experience to add to your travels. Airbnb is a community marketplace where guests can book spaces from hosts, making it the perfect way to connect with people anywhere in the world. We were so fortunate to find Laetitia’s apartment was available because as you can see from the photos, it is absolutely stunning, dripping with vintage finds, books and tons of character. Not to mention the boulangerie located directly below the apartment filling the air with the sweet scent of warm croissants and other delights, every morning. Though this was our first Airbnb experience, I honestly recommend you give it a go. Oh and a big merci to Laetitia! Bisous!

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