Monthly Archives: January 2013

What is home to us?

The home itself has become an important part of our daily life – it is no longer just a place to wash, eat, and sleep. home

Although these functions are important, the home is also a place where you can express yourself – your tastes, interests, and personal style. Read the rest of this entry


Let’s Talk About the Room!

Wednesday is here again (once again!) 🙂 Don’t you just love the feeling that it’s already middle of the week, that is of course if you’re working, and always looking towards time off, the weekend! But let’s not get ahead of ourselves, and take a moment and let’s talk about the room!

let's talk about the room

Designed by Eric Cohler.

Make sure to follow the rules, and say: Read the rest of this entry

Video: Life in a Day

Imagine – to see life of all the people in this world in one day!




New York, NY

Photo: google

Happy Tuesday! Winter art

Hello my dear friends and “followers”!

Happy Tuesday! January is coming to an end, snow is starting to melt (or melt for some time), and you can already hear birds sing – whisper to us that spring is on its way!

Or are you a fan of snow and winter?

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Bedroom wall to remember


Browsing through random photos on the web today, I found this neat one of the bedroom wall with such phrase “I loved you yesterday, I love you still, I always have … I always will” – do you like it?

Photo of the Day: Copy me


Photographer: Jill Maguire

Happy Saturday!

I hope everyone’s doing good and staying healthy! It’s the last Saturday of the month, so make sure to finish up what you’ve planned! 🙂


Hope you have a wonderful Saturday!

Friday’s Tunes

Friday is here!!! Party time! Check this one out – I think it’s perfect for tonight:

Ludacris – “Rest Of My Life” feat. Usher and David Guetta


Storage in your kitchen

I’ve posted numerous kitchen ideas and photos, and how to organize your kitchen storage. Keeping clutter under control isn’t easy, however, because kitchens are by necessity filled with “stuff.”

white kitchen storage Read the rest of this entry