This time I would like to write a slightly different article and share a bit about me and a bit about what I love about design and architecture here in the Netherlands.
In the various calendars you can find a wide variety of special holidays including the Dutch Sinterklaas, or St. Nicholas as it is called in Western countries, the jewish Hanukkah, Solstice on December 21 which marks the shortest day of the year, the Christian Christmas, the Hindu holiday Diwali, the African Kwanzaa and of course the New Year eve on December 30.
In this third chapter in the serie about plants I’ll focus on the bedroom.
Your bedroom is where you might spend the most time of any room in your house. Sure, it feels like you LIVE in your living room or kitchen, but when it comes down to clocking the number of hours you spend in any one place, it is probably your bedroom.
It’s finally spring again, my favorite season of all, when nature wakes up from the cold winter, flowers are blooming and the trees are becoming green again.
One of the most wonderful ways to decorate a space is with a help of flowers and plants, which bring a bit of nature into our urban environment.
I hope you enjoyed the first chapter of I love Berlin.
This time I would like to talk about Berlin as a monument city.
It felt to me as one big memorial place. Wherever you go you can see the damages of the World War II as most of the restorations left the demolished parts marked. On almost every step there is a monument or memorial. It might sound bad with a taste of tourist industry.
Berlin is a place where art, architecture and culture meet in amazing ways, it’s where I fell completely in love! It was on my wishlist many years to visit but as my longing to see my family once or twice a year came before and then having young kids who wish to have adventures holidays it took me sometime to find the right opportunity.