Interior Design Project: Comfort meets Luxury

With my new blog series ‘Interior Design Project’ I would like to give you a glimpse behind the scenes of my full service interior design projects. Even though I typically work with busy expats living in Switzerland, each project is different, because each client is different in […]

Making the best of staying home during Covid-19

The current health crisis is affecting each and every one of us on a global scale. Whether we live in a country with a full or a partial lockdown due to the Coronavirus, our daily life has drastically changed. The word home has taken on a whole […]

The Hide Hotel Flims: design meets convenience

In the late 18thcentury the English poet William Cowper exclaimed: “Variety is the very spice of life” and I couldn’t agree more. This probably explains my multiple interests and passions, such as travel, discovery and interior design. Hence, visiting unique hotels in the Swiss Alps not only […]

M Maison Particulière Porto: a labour of love

Discovering new places and spaces fills my soul with joy. Some places even make my heart skip a beat. Such was the case with Porto! Without any particular expectations, I couldn’t help but fall head over heels with the authentic charm of this historic city on the […]

Beau-Rivage Genève: a princess’s tale

Once upon a time, there was a little boy who loved running through the maze of corridors at the Beau-Rivage Genève and play hide and seek with his sister. Those are some of Monsieur Jacques Mayer’s first memories of growing up in a Grand Hotel. He’s one […]

Amara Interior Blog Awards: Will you vote for my blog?

More than five years ago I embarked on this journey of writing my own blog. What started out as a marketing tool, has now become a vital part of my business and more so, an integral part of me. There is something truly special about writing down your […]

Hotel de Rougemont & Spa: Switzerland’s best kept secret

Everyone has heard of Gstaad, but what about Rougemont? Almost as if hiding in the shadow of world renowned Gstaad, you will find the enchanting village of Rougemont. Authentic wooden chalets make up the village and lush Prealpine landscapes and the Videmanette, also known as ‘The Gstaad […]

Kempinski Hotel Bahia: life is a beach

First impressions count and the Kempinski Hotel Bahia, conveniently located between Marbella and Estepona, sure knows how to make one. As I entered the resort I felt like I was in for a grand experience. Whilst walking through the impressive lobby and past the boho-chic lobby bar […]

Barranco Grand Case: boho-chic oceanfront dining

As an interior designer and with my background in the international luxury hotel industry, I have developed numerous filters when it comes to choosing hotels and restaurants. In my opinion a restaurant needs to fulfill three main criteria: good food, good design and good service. That should […]

Villa Orselina: The art of doing nothing

At the Villa Orselina, “Il Dolce Far Niente” is more than a slogan. The famous Italian phrase literally translates to “sweet doing nothing”. More eloquently put “The art of doing nothing”. The dictionary describes it as ‘Sheer indulgent relaxation and blissful laziness, the enjoyment of idleness’. In theory, […]

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