Hello February!

Because I spent New Year’s Eve partying, the year didn’t start with all of my annual plans standing ready on the table. I thought that I would get them done sometime soon after, but it turned out, the month of January was barely enough time for it. I kept procrastinating the task to a later date. I first had to rest out the past year, so many things happened, especially in the last quarter of 2015. I needed to give myself some time. In the meantime, I started a big new project at the beginning of the year, that I’ll tell You more about soon — until then, check out my newly refreshed mákgubó website website! [Read more…]

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#UJB February: Love Is in the Air

This past month has been a big one in terms of plants for me. And when I say big I mean that quite literally. I’ve welcomed a formidable Monstera to the flock, and finally mounted my staghorn to the wall, thanks in large part to this tutorial. The bromeliad babe is also not too small to begin with, but one does hope he will grow to be even bigger :)…like in the movies! As I look around my place and take in the growing green family, I smile and think some day my dreams of creating an indoor jumanji will finally be realized! [Read more…]

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#UJB: hanging plants in my studio

 

This month’s Urban Jungle Bloggers topic was hanging plants. Two things came to mind about this — 80s era macrame, and kokedama. Most of the furniture in my apartment is from the 50s and 60s. I don’t want my place to turn into a retro museum, so I pepper it with pieces from other eras as well. My grandmother’s Venetian mirror found a place within its walls, just as many works by contemporary Hungarian creatives. So I decided to shelf the macrame idea for now, and decorate the place with Kokedama instead. These moss balls have been on my mind for half a year now already! [Read more…]

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February Outfit: Minimal Mood

We recently stumbled on an awesome collection of cozy pullovers by Nord7. Each piece has a variation of a minimal geometric design, some have a smart pop of yellow or pink color. Needless to say, we love each and every single piece! We were even more excited to learn that the line was designed and created right here in Budapest by a Hungarian designer who hand sews each jumper. This month’s outfit is dedicated to looking cozy and stylish even when it’s frigid February! Thanks Nord7 for helping us out :). [Read more…]

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Hello February!

January was amazing. [Read more…]

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