A tribute to the home office we’re about to leave behind (#moving), with a jungle make-over and my three golden tips for creative home office vibes!
Sharing the Malaysia love through a travel guide with our favorite things to do, places to see and eat, plus some amazing glamping gems! <3
I learned how to make my own stamps at a cozy Hello Alice workshop! Spoiler: it was surprisingly easy! With little effort and a lot of fun, I am now ready to spread the leaf-love, one stamp at a time…
There is something so gratifying about playing tourist in your own country. The joy of traveling, right at your doorstep. Or only a little drive away from it anyway. Last weekend we went to visit the Royal Greenhouses of Laeken. The perfect plantlady Sunday plan! Getting to walk in this glass palace (because really: that thing is huge!) makes you feel especially privileged, as it only opens its door to the public once a year. Unorganised soul that I am, I missed… Read more »
Looking to add a botanical vibe to your bathroom? You might be inspired by our recent greenterior redecoration and this list of plants that thrive a bathroom environment!
These tiny air plant terrariums aren’t only super cute, they’re also super easy to make! Instant creative gratification guaranteed.
Partnered up with Plantiful to learn more about succulent care! The perfect plants for lazy plant ladies ;) Here are the basic do’s and don’ts, as well as the two new members of our plant family <3
My Vienna travel guide! Things to do, see and eat in Sissi’s voluptuous city.
I used to be one of those people who managed to let even the least demanding of plants droop and die. Green thumb? Not so much. While I’ve always loved a green touch in my interior, I never really got the hang of caring for them and pretty much stayed away from anything more complicated than a cactus or a snake plant. Fast forward to today. I have 93 plants in my house. And counting. I can’t pinpoint exactly how… Read more »
One year ago today I just got back from vibrant, sunny, colorful Brazil! As a throwback I shared some memories, tips and experiences on the blog.