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Holly Becker's Fab Hannover Home, Podcast and Magazine!

When I first started blogging, I remember reading about people meeting friends online - and often wondered how! Fast forward 8 years, and I am proud to say I have made many friends through my blog. Have you found that over time you've met friends online too? I feel particularly lucky to be a part of the interior design blog community - it's an incredibly supportive gang! A few years back one of my online blogger friends - Holly Becker of Decor8, became a great offline friend when we met at Habitare in Helsinki. This lady amazes me and is so inspiring in every way! Not only does Holly curate one of the world's top design blogs, she's also a best-selling author and editor of HOLLY magazine. And now she's started a podcast series to boot (because clearly, she wasn't busy enough....!) read on to have a listen! Originally from Boston, USA, Holly lives in Hannover, Germany with her husband Thorsten and five-year-old son, Aidan. Their home has crazy high ceilings, beautiful period features and a wonderful minimalist vibe with trademark touches of pastel. Welcome to Holly's world! 





'Leaf me' art print* by Silke Bonde

Bed from Fennobed / headboard from Matri, Flowerpot lamp*







Such a lovely home - it's got a really calm feel about it, don't you think?

Our podcast recording 
Last month Holly invited me to Hamburg to participate in the first ever episode of her new podcast series HELLO HOLLY. We had so much fun chatting about Scandinavian design, blogging and well, life! I couldn't resist a peek behind the scenes of HOLLY magazine too. 



In case you're curious to hear our chat, it's now available on Spotify, AudioNow and iTunes and I've also embedded it below. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did recording it! 

PODCAST




Holly's magazine
Having seen the moodboards, it felt extra special to see Holly's magazine hit the shelves last week. It's also available online here (in German).  Don't speak German? What?! ;) The English version will be out at the end of the month (can't wait!).  

Thank you for a great time in Germany, Holly. 

Here's to friends, near and far! 

Niki

Photography credits: Holly Becker / Decor8

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  1. Could you please tell me where I could find the child's bed pictured?

    Thank you,
    Mary, Canada

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    1. Hi Mary, the bed is from Oliver Furniture. I'll update the post with the link :)

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  2. I am laughing at the 'Don't speak German? What!?' line. :-)
    The dining room is so beautiful and I like that their rug is [almost] big enough to accommodate the chairs when pushed off the dining table.
    It's something that bugs me (when the dining room rug is too miniscule) but on the other hand, the absolute majority of rugs come in predefined sizes while dining tables come in all shapes and sizes.

    Alena

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    1. I love your rug observation - so true Alena!

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  3. Hay Niki,
    when I first found you're blog I told my husband: listen I found my second best friend.
    Thank you for writing for us, and is a blessing to have internet so we can see others wold, way of life,eather good or bad, and we can learn from bout .
    I LOVE scandinavian design, you're style , and I make changes in my home constantly.
    Thank you again , and every morning I seat on my computer and i open you're blog, but every morning...
    Have a nice day my virtual friend !

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    1. How lovely of you - your comment has totally made my day. Thank you so much :) I feel I have made a new online friend today too! :)

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