Monthly Archive: July 2015

The most romantic sunset

The most romantic sunset | My Cosy Retreat

I sow this breathtaking sunset a couple of years ago while I was on summer mountain holiday with my family. You know that I’m a huge fan of sunsets and this one is the most memorable and romantic...


Summer dinner party inspiration

Summer dinner party inspiration | My Cosy Retreat

Hello, my dear friends! One of the reasons I love summer so much are the long romantic evenings under the stars. If you have a backyard, patio or large terrace at home you’re lucky one!...


White and serene rustic house in Brazil

White and serene rustic house in Brazil | My Cosy Retreat

This incredibly beautiful rustic home, located in the Brazilian town of Trancoso was once a Craftsman House, owned by the potter John Joseph Calazans. Now, the house belongs to the Former executive of JP...


Summer watermelon happiness

Hello hot, hot summer! I know how to survive in this unbearable heat… Of course with watermelon! I just LOVE eating this super yummy fruit, drinking watermelon smoothies or homemade watermelon lemonade, eating delicious...


Tropical summer mood

Tropical summer mood | My Cosy Retreat

I want to wake up in a stunning tropical beach, eat delicious tropical fruits and enjoy the breathtaking views around me… Summer is happiness, but when you’re in the tropics you’re even happier! Sources: 1. Pinterest | 2. Blogovin | 3. flickr | 4. |...


Gorgeous contemporary home in Ho Chi Minh City

Gorgeous contemporary home in Ho Chi Min City | My Cosy Retreat

I’m happy to share with you this beautiful contemporary home located in Ho Chi Minh City, the largest city in Vietnam. Designed by Vietnamese architectural firm a21 studio, the tree-story house looks like a perfect escape...


Krabi – a piece of heaven in Thailand

Krabi - a piece of heaven in Thailand | My Cosy Retreat

What do you see when you close your eyes? I see Krabi… one of the most stunning places in the world. The Southern province of Thailand captured my heart long before I could ever see...