Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Beautiful Venice

 Hello, dear Reader! I've missed you! Good to be back and blogging from Canada. Fingers crossed that the technical issues are resolved.

I thought I share some beautiful photos from Venice. I think they evoke the atmosphere of the city in the water well.

Photos: Ditte Isager

Saturday, 23 June 2012

Technical problems

Dear Readers,

I apologise profoundly for the silence. This week everything went wrong: First my computer broke down and then I ran out of storage space on google meaming that I cannot add new images to european chic. Since I am now also temporarily using an old computer I cannot even upgrade my account and purchase new storage space since this particular computer does not support chrome. I am trying to fix the problem(s) this weekend and just wanted to let you know that I miss meeting you and sharing design & inspiration from europe. I love blogging so this is not the end of the blog. Please do check back soon.

Kind regards,


Sunday, 17 June 2012

Mediterranean country chic

In this Greek house it is a tie between having breakfast in bed, on the terrace or on the roof. Tough choices to make early in the morning! I love the simplicity of this interior. There is nothing pretentious here.

I hope everybody had a great sunny weekend!

Photos: Marie Claire Maison

Thursday, 14 June 2012

Swiss winter wonderland

Photo: Pinterest

The capital of Switzerland, Bern is wrapped in a blanket of snow. It is so pittoresk that it reminds me of model train cities, doesn't it? I enjoy the moments early in the morning when it has snowed and the usually noises of the city are muffled, like from another world.

Sunday, 10 June 2012

White flowers

Simple white flowers and the world makes sense again. Does that make sense to you, dear reader? There is something about buying or getting flowers that makes me happy. Perhaps because it feels so special and brings a happy vibe into your home.

All photos: Style at Home magazine

Thursday, 7 June 2012

German Impressions XI

If there is one thing Paris doesn't have and I miss - it is surely a harbour. So everytime I am close to a harbour I go picture mad and snap like a papparazzi as evident during my trip to Hamburg,

The last photo maybe of interest to european chic readers from the 'new world'. It is the Emigration Museum BallinStadt in Hamburg and I can highly recommend it. I learned a lot about migration here.

Any guesses what the architectural model (below) is? I took the photo in a museum and am quite puzzled.

photos: european chic

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