How are you doing in these hard times? I hope you and your family are safe!
It’s been quiet on the blog this year due to few reasons, unfortunately none of them pleasant. I am one of those people who like to share positive news and keep all the bad to myself so that’s exactly what happened. The truth is, I had a terrible start of the year in my personal life, a lot to deal with before I started feeling strong enough to ‘talk’ to you again. We probably all know the feeling when we are down and grieving… when every interaction with the surrounding is beyond our power.
I’m getting better now yet we are all facing another very serious problem – the corona virus. I am keeping you updated about our current situation in Italy and share my thoughts on Instagram so I will focus on the positive things here on the blog. I just want to say that I really hope that the world can come back to its happy, daily routine and start enjoying the Spring very soon. There is nothing I want more right now.
For the next 3 weeks due to the lockdown in Italy, I will remain at home, that means I will have more time for blogging and sharing. Staying at home can have some benefits for the soul and catching up with all those things we’ve had on our to-do list but never found the time to tick them off. For starters, I’m thinking to repaint our bedroom and decorate all the empty walls with Art. I’ve been meaning to turn some of our favourite travel photos into prints so I’m very excited to finally do it! I guess the selection process can take a while, but if not now then when?
On top of that, I would love to share more corners of our home with you, perhaps some styling and photographing tips – anything in particular you are interested in?
Now that I’m at home, I have more time for smaller projects – if you would like me to do styling and photography for your brand, I’ll be happy to help.
Many of my clients have put our work on hold. I had to cancel 3 trips including one to India which I was very much looking forward to and postpone all location shoots. All we can do in this time is ‘stay at home’ and try to support each other as we are all in the same boat. If my photography or blog collaboration can be useful for you – just drop me an email, so we can talk.
Below you can see my recent collaboration with Karup and the styled photography I have done for their new sofa. Hope you like it. Actually, right now we have two sofa’s in our living room: a perfect setup for the lockdown, don’t you think?
Styling and photography: Agata Dimmich for KARUP.