Since I’m a total addict to magazines, i mostly read dutch home and garden magazines, because there was no german magazine equivalent to them.
So I was really pleased to find COUCH magazine.
It’s a german “wohn- & fashion magazin” and its full of things a girl can dream about. Latest trends in: design, interiors, fashion, beauty and it’s also packed with homestories and beautiful photos of amazing homes.
I really enjoy reading it!
So today my liebling is the COUCH magazine!
In their latest issue I found this beautiful table from car-moebel. take a look at it here.
and the cutest little lamp. what a beauty!
Actually I’m more the tree hugger than the tree logger type of girl.
But sometimes a girl need to do what a girl needs to do…right?
there were 2 huge trees on our property which needed to go. (first for savety reasons and second for electrical reasons. we needed to cut them so that the electricity supplier can change the feed line).
A friend of mine, Simon, loves working in the woods, so I asked him if he wants to cut the two trees. Right away he was totally into it.
With Georg on his side (a friend who cut trees for a living) they had them down super fast and super neat.
Thank you guys for the fantastic work!
footnote: as you might have already noticed … I love to draw arrows!
spring is slowly evolving over here. so a few weeks ago we enjoyed the first glimpse of warmer weather and sunshine in a nature park near Vienna. We took a much needed relaxed walk trough the garden and felt really R O Y A L.
If you haven’t been there it is worth a journey! take a look at the Schlosspark Laxenburg. You have to pay for the entry but they also accept dogs there (although we had to pay for Gustave almost twice as much as we did for us.) its a beautiful getaway and worth every penny – and its huge you can walk for hours and spend your entire day there, rent a boat on the lake or just stroll around, lay in the sun and remember: life is beautiful.
can’t wait for our next sunday getaway there!
all photos where taken with my beloved pentax KX on film.