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GREY DAYS

Grey does not have to be boring, it brings the style factor in your interior. Grey can be with an undertone of red, blue or brown. Make a choice and then put some accents in your room.

Enjoy!
Grey day


RAIN COAT DAYS

Traveling between my home in Morocco - Essaouira and my renovation projects in Europe with these  #Ryanair policies on luggage, made me look for a solution in which I can conquer rainy days on country farm sites and with some small changes allow me to have lunches with Michèle or Suzy in #Tongeren or #Hasselt. I only take one pair of jeans that I 'm wearing but shoes do the magic ...(I know :) much more heavy then one more pair of pants) But give a woman some shoes and a handbag and she can conquer (almost) anything... 
Even border controls!
RAIN COAT DAYS



My favorite items: purple shoes / Hunter polishing boots, $135 / Steve Madden platform stilettos shoes / Clutch / Michael Kors 

GET THE SELMAN LOOK

For all of us who can't stop dreaming of this luxury hotel room from last holiday...here is a how to without ruining your budget.
In fact, the most scary bit is to start painting your walls in this sleek mat velvet gray. People will tell you you are mad. But then look again, are this the ones who's style you adore? Right!

CHIC MOROCCO

Traveling in Morocco does not mean you have to be pleased with everything you find in the souks. Moroccan skills and techniques are able to create for you just everything and more, so please dare to dream and use your imagination!CHIC MOROCCO



HOWSTY cognac flat boots, $125 / Pave diamond jewelry, $2,805 / Forever New tech accessory, $14 / Square side table / Moroccan footstool / Square candle / Home decor / Andrew Martin ottoman, $1,595

OLD WOOD STORIES

Do you love like I the peeping sound from old floors and old doors? Do you like to listen on a windy night to the squeaky shutters?


Then I guess you love to listen to the stories the wood is telling you...
Let your imagination go wild and think about the person who might have lived there about a century ago. Think about the thousends of hands that have been opening these old doors.
The children that have been playing on this old floor, the presents they unwrapped...
You might feel important living there and continuing this story.
But also living in a brand new house will make you aware that you are the first page in the book! Don't get upset about a scratch, mark it as a first chapter in the book, to listen to on stormy nights...

I would love you to fill out the poll on the right of this page! 
thx 
Marlene










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