My 5 favourite Home Rituals

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ou may have noticed on social media that I had a shoot with Rituals a few weeks ago. They asked me to share some of my favourite uses of their products and scents for Nest Magazine and I was happy to take part.

You see, for me, Rituals was the first brand that even made me come into contact with home scents. When I was a university student in Leuven, I’d spend some of my budget on their “under a fig tree” candle, and it always made my room feel like home. Plus, it felt like such a luxurious splurge that was at the same time well within reach of my student budget.

It’s the small, everyday things that help me structure my busy schedule.

Today I wanted to share some tips for balance if you’re a scatterbrain like me. As a freelancer, I have a very diverse schedule, which is fun but also difficult. One day I’m shooting photos on location, one day I’m stuck behind my desk. I’ve discovered that for me, it’s the small, everyday things that help me structure my busy schedule.

Not coincidentally, this is completely in line with Rituals’ core values. The brand is all about slowing down, taking a step back and enjoying the moment, whether it’s in your beauty or home routine. Finding comfort in everyday moments and making them more enjoyable.

I don’t always follow my own advice, like everything in life it’s been trial and error, but the things below help me to structure my days, so I thought they might help you too.

10 x Plants in the Bathroom

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I’ve been loving the idea of big or many plants in a bathroom. Our own bathroom doesn’t really have a lot of space for extras but I’ve added some airplants, which are thriving in the humid atmosphere. Until I get some more space for some green friends, I’m showing you my 10 favorite bathrooms with plants of the moment. Have a happy tuesday!

Crushing on…

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hese beautiful new poufs by Ferm Living landed in my inbox today, and I don’t think I have to tell you guys twice that this colour palette is completely my thing. And the velvet. And that sculptural allure they’ve got going on. So I hopped on over to the Ferm Living website and discovered that the rest of the fall/winter collection is looking pretty fine as well, and the styling is gorgeous. I wouldn’t mind that room divider to hide our recently purchased home trainer. And one of those oval poufs, drool!

PS: This room divider is the ultimate proof that lacquered finishes are back! (Called it! And planning to do something with it this fall.)

Picking out our new sofa

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allieHi guys! Our new Sofaompany acquisition has just arrived, and I’m super excited!

Dieter and I have been very into the velvet trend from day one so a while back we decided it was time to add some more velvet to our own life. So after a lot of online research, we headed over to the Sofacompany showroom in Antwerp to pick out our dose of velvet. So I thought id would be fun to show you the three options we considered before making our final choice (which you may or may not have spotted on Instagram stories when we picked it out).

Moody Kitchen Inspiration

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Moody Kitchen Inspiration // No Glitter No Glory


efore I show you guys the result of my little kitchen makeover with Farrow & Ball, I thought I’d show you some inspirational images that sparked my decision to go for a moody vibe.

The kitchen doesn’t get much natural light, which is actually exactly the reason why I wanted to go for darker walls, as the white just really felt drab in this space. I’m so excited to show you the results, but have a look at this inspiration first! Have a happy weekend!

Rebecca Judd’s Modern Pink Bathroom

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Rebecca Judd's Modern Pink Bathroom / No Glitter no Glory


ink has become a recurring theme here on the blog, so I think it won’t come as a surprise that when I spotted this space on pinterest, my heart skipped a beat. Such lovely combination of pink, marble and brass (although my own preference is still brushed brass) . This feminine space is the ensuite bathroom of Australian model & TV presenter Rebecca Judd, designed in cooperation with Aimee Tarulli. Turns out the marble is actually a porcelain slab but it works equally well, doesn’t it? (And it’s supposedly easier to take care of.) I think the brass corners are my favorite little detail here. 
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A Beautiful London Home with Pink Hues

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A Beautiful London home with Pink Hues via No Glitter No Glory


spotted these images last summer when this home appeared on A cup of Jo and instantly fell in love, but recently I bumped into them on pinterest again and they are so good I just had to share. I feel the heart and soul of this home is definitely the gorgeous kitchen, which is no surprise when you know this is the home of writer, cook and foodblogger Skye McAlpine.

Have a look at this lovely apartment with perfect imperfections, and read all about the home here.

A Beautiful London home with Pink Hues via No Glitter No Glory

Dark Green Wall Inspiration

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Dark Green Wall Inspiration via No Glitter No Glory


f you read this blog every now and then it will come as no surprise that I absolutely love green walls. I painted my hallway in a beautiful shade of emerald and I haven’t regretted it one bit. I’ve been seeing more and more images with moody green walls and rounded up some of my favorite inspiration. Not sure if you want to use such a bold colour? These rooms may push you over the edge!
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End of year gifting with Juttu

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i guys! Are you getting into the holiday spirit yet? I’ve been working on a few Christmas related assignments, so I’ve been feeling very Christmassy since the beginning of december, even though I didn’t get the chance to put up my tree yet until this weekend! I also haven’t had the time to go Christmas shopping, but that’s less of a problem since I don’t really like crowds and as an avid online shopper I find it so much more efficient to click together what I want/need and have it delivered.
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