Akron, Ohio (US)

I’m in Akron, Ohio right now, visiting my parents. If you happen to be there and like modern art, you have to go to the Akron Art Museum. There are stunning works of Donald Judd, Chuck Close, Sol Lewitt, George Segal, Andy Warhol and so on. It’s definitely worth a visit! There are also three current special exhibitions: “NEO GEO”, “Snack” and “PULP”.

After the art museum, I took pictures of the beautiful afternoon sky. I love the shadow play on the facade, the sunbeams emerging behind fluffy clouds and the bright blue color of the firmament.





Then, I remembered that I got filters from my sister. They were too small for my objective, but fit onto my dad’s lense, so I took his camera. My favorite was the purple lense because it creates an artsy touch to the pictures. You don’t even have to edit them much – the colors will look amazing with the filter.


I hope you enjoyed this post!
If you have any questions about the filters or art museums in this area, feel free to ask (;




project I: favorite corner

As mentioned before, I would like to share my favorite corner of the new living room with you. It is a lovely spot since it can be constantly redecorated and changed.

In winter (well actually until February), I had some fir needles on display which complemented the greenish touch of the plant to the right. I love to decorate with natural tones and some splash of vivid colors like the pink in the painting. Then again, it’s nice to play with complementary colors.


I’m so glad to have found a spot for the painting, because I am always happy when I can integrate my own art at home. That way, it feels more personal and individual than a room, where there are only paintings from stores. If you don’t have any self-made artworks, then simply hang up photographs of your family, friends, yourself or beautiful cities you have visited. On pinterest, there are many great inspirational posts like these about how to create a photo gallery.

IMG_50661painting: myself  |  white pitchers: Sichel  |  perfume: Valentino Parfumerie Monheim  |  tea trolley: Ikea  |  bird: local market (LU)
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After my birthday in January, I treated myself with the lovely Valentino Donna perfume which scents like roses and bergamotte. It was a rainy day and I was in a dark mood, so when I entered the perfumery, all I wanted was something that smelled sweet and flowery. Valentino Donna was the best choice I could make. Even though I usually prefer fruity and light scents, this one made me feel good, like when you eat chocolate but without any remorse.

livingroomwhite bird: DEPOT  |  bell jar: xenos  |  candle: Yankee CandleYankee Candle  |  small shells: Scènes d’intérieur (Ettelbruck)  |  concrete tealight holder with star: xenos  |  concrete square pot: Margoo (Aachen)

Since spring has finally arrived, I took a few changes and went for more white accents and shells. I love my new little birdie – I definitely have a thing for birds! (In Brighton, I bought a turquoise one, but you will see it in a later post) White decor always seems to brighten up the room and enhances the atmosphere.

I hope you enjoyed this post!
How do you decorate your living room? Did you take any changes that evoke spring vibes?


How I fell in love with England

Today, I want to share my trip to Brighton, London and the Seven Sisters with you. I visited my best friend Lisa whom I haven’t seen in a long while and who studies in Brighton.

You’re really lucky to be friends with someone who has a lot of knowledge about the place you intend to visit. Since we both have similar passions, it was just the perfect match for a great adventure! If you like to travel, then take someone with you who is uncomplicated, has some of the same interests as you and who you enjoy being around with for some time. Otherwise your dream holiday can turn into a nightmare. Fortunately, I couldn’t find someone better to travel with (except for my boyfriend maybe).

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So here are the places we recommend to explore:


Before I visited Brighton, I didn’t know what to expect. Maybe some small maritime houses in the pier area and for the rest just some random shops and cafés. That’s why I was so amazed when Lisa took me to the Lanes on my first day. I was overwhelmed by the free and artsy spirit, the lovely bakeries and amazing art shops. You could really feel the city’s soul, passion running through its streets like blood through veins. My mood lightened up immediately and I felt like I was ment to be there, like I somehow belonged there even though I’ve never been to Brighton before. It was magical.

shops: WORKSHOP  |  abodeliving  |  ODE  |  Posh Totty  |  OLIVER BONAS  |  lavender room  |  HOME SENSE  |  TIGER  |  HEAL’S  |  Rose Hill
food: Shakeaway  |  wagamama  |  Krispy Kreme Doughnuts  |  little bird café  |  bluebird tea


We forgot the camera. That was the first thing we thought while catching the train to London. Since we only had one day and a full schedule though, it was actually convenient not to carry a heavy extra bag. First stop was the St. Paul’s Cathedral which was really amazing. We took like forty pictures of it, but I’m not gonna annoy you with them.

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On the way to the Globe theatre I got roasted almonds which brightened my mood – I forgot my cold hands and our freezing companion, the wind. We then stumbled through the masses of people at the Borough Market until we got to the V&A museum which I had wanted to visit for ages. First, we kind of struggled with the map, but after that we enjoyed the art around us. The whole building is actually a piece of art. I love its architecture and beautiful color.

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Of course we also went to Camden Market. I don’t have any pictures though, because first my hands were freezing and my phone died of the cold (it does that a lot recently) and second because we were on the tough quest of cronuts which we didn’t find because all the bakeries were already closed and the doughnut stand had run out of them.

After some shopping at Oxford Circus we went to Nando’s and let the evening end on a cozy note. If you love chicken (they also have vegetarian meals though) then that’s the place to eat!

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Seven Sisters

I would like you to get a feeling of the heavenly atmosphere at Seven Sisters. Therefore my next words will be a bit more poetic.

photo credit for the pictures where I am in:  Lisa




It’s freezing. The wind blows like a powerful angry god and jeopardizes your vision as you cover your face with shivering fingers. Your walk is slow, head down, so you don’t trip over loose rocks. Then you pause for a second to look around you and freeze in amazement. The sun has come out, surrounds your skin like a soft blanket and paints the world in golden hues. Your eyes linger on the flat surface of the ocean which mirrors the beautiful colors of an afternoon sky. Waves splash onto the shore with the grace and vigouresness of ballet dancers. The cliff stays immaculate, charming you with sandy colors that are highlighted by a few sun beams. You inhale the fresh air and forget the icy wind, messy hair and clouded mind. It’s just you and nature. Right there. In that moment. Your soul is free. Your heart enchanted. 

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You definitely have to visit that place, it is absolutely breathtaking!

I hope you enjoyed this post!
What is your favorite place? Do you have any interesting shops/cafés/museums to add?
Let me know in the comments.

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