About meAs an eternal traveler and restless soul, I am always searching for ways to design my life. I have lived and worked in 7 different countries, and traveled to many more. Discovering new places, new people is what I love. My favourite thing is checking out local supermarkets for food products, have a taste of the local cuisine, and look at the arts & crafts shops. Of course a bit of sightseeing (historical, cultural, pure design, artistic,...) is a must too. Inspired to work with semi-precious metals, wood and other recycled materials, I have turned my creative energies towards craft based design, setting up a home and workshop in the countryside. Appropriately, My name means Hope. "Hope is the dream of a soul awake" is the personal statement. With Eternal Traveler - Design your life! I aspire to create a creative environment for functional art and life design. And with this reach out to like minded people.
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Tag Archives: recycle
Here are a few before & after projects that have kept me busy lately: This original art deco mirror in excellent condition was sitting in the attic of my 19th century house in Brussels when I bought it, between some … Continue reading
Finally!!! I have taken some pictures, edited and resized them. And uploaded to my etsy shop. Written a good description that I edited about 10 times afterwards (reading tips here & there). It always amazes me how much time I … Continue reading
11 years ago, when I became a single mom, I barely knew how to put a nail in the wall. I had never held an electric drill. The most powerful tool I had ever held was probably a wood splitting … Continue reading