I am running short of trips. There, I said it, loud and clear. This could have the potential to turn my globetrotting heart into a sad and hardly beating one. It could. But luckily enough I already have my tickets for an upcoming Valentine’s weekend in a five star hotel and tickets for the ‘Meet The Blogger’ conference in London. So I am sort of at ease.
For the time being I will invite you again into my little home. After my first home tour I’ve rearranged a few things and added new details so I thought this could be a good option to take you around and share with you those little corners that make me happy at home.
You can see that it is really hard for me to stick to a certain style. That’s why I entitled this post ‘a personal vision of my home’. That is my big issue – I can’t really decide. I love too many things and styles so my home often turns into a mix and match kind of interior design. I have rather clean corners with black and white, then colourful corners with vintage kilims, vibrant illustrations and eclectic little collections, and then I also have maritime corners with dominating blues and whites, little buntings and corals.
All this would be fine if I lived on 100 square meters, but I live on 32 square meters. However, I think this is just fine – after all, the best interior design and styling is the one that represents you and your character. I love when I have guests over and they say: ‘This home is so you. I could tell without knowing that this is your home, Igor.’ And that’s the best compliment I can get. Happy week, friends!
Photography by Igor Josifovic