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So happy that you have found my website!


On Lifestyle2go.com I share through weekly blogs, all my personal findings in the field of Lifestyle, which are life-enriching.


For years people have been picking my brains for tips on travel, fashion, interior, recipes, beauty, events and much more.


My creativity is partly due to the many worldwide travels I've made and the different countries and places where I have lived as a child with my parents, alone and with my family.


My work as an interior designer is something I have inherited from home. My mother was always busy with decorating and changing our interior. Subconsciously, I took the habit on as a child and made sure my room was always contemporary with a personal warm touch.


Since then I have assisted many projects, or with complete renovations, or with the intervention of the whole device with my company: MOS interiors.


As an interior specialist and editor of a lifestyle magazine, all wonderful places in the world that I have visited as well as the many people I meet on my path, have inspired me in my sense of color, space and insights into trends.


I am also very privileged to be allowed to live in an inspiring piece of world heritage: our own capital 'Amsterdam'. 


Let me and my guest bloggers take you to the beautiful things in life and especially do not hesitate to provide us with your comments at the bottom of each blog-posts or on the Facebook page of Lifestyle2go.


Enjoy reading and viewing with pleasure!


Madelon Oudshoorn Spaargaren


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Most populair posts
Aternoon tea and sleep in Maastricht
Posted on: 12 july 2014 Posted by: Madelon

Unfortunately, I lack time to visit Maastricht often. My dearly beloved sorority pal and friend lives in the beautiful landscape surrounding Maastricht and finally it was about time this week to pay her a visit, along with some other friends. After we ate a delicious Limburg plum cake at her home, she took us for a high tea in the centre of this beautiful town.

Recommendation: The European Fine Art Faire in Maastricht
Posted on: 20 march 2013 Posted by: Anne-Marie

Last week the TEFAF (The European Fine Art Fair) in Maastricht opened his doors. This is the largest art and antiques fair in the world. I spoke with Sanne ten Brink, the senior conservator of the ING-art collection in the Netherlands. She told us about her favourites. I grew up with art.

Maastricht/ Bistro Boeuf La Roche
Posted on: 29 october 2012 Posted by: Kitty

Well then, since we're in Maastricht, why not have dinner at this new Bistro run by dear friends Bart & Sandra. It's located directly next to their other restaurant, Tout à Fait. In very intimate and relaxed surroundings we enjoyed the freshest of oysters. Having said that, those homemade ...

Maastricht/ Le Salonard
Posted on: 26 october 2012 Posted by: Kitty

Artisanal bread made with leaven and organic grain can be found at Le Salonard. They have two shops in Maastricht and one in Amsterdam. Their various types of jam (especially the fig one!), cheeses, oils, cakes and cookies are all equally yummy. I should know - I've tasted them all. That slice of fig/nut bread with a bit of old cheese really made my day.

Max Maastricht
Posted on: 26 october 2012 Posted by: Kitty

Whenever I'm in Maastricht I tend to pay a visit - preferably ASAP :) - to the marvellous Max store. Located in the city's cosiest neighbourhood, the 'Quartier Latin', it offers a great collection in a stylishly decorated environment. Featured brands include Tara Jarmon, Hale Bob, Moncler and Antik Batik.

Maastricht/ Au Lion d'Or B&B
Posted on: 26 october 2012 Posted by: Kitty

In one of Maastricht's oldest and most charming streets, in a magnificently restored 18th century building, you'll find this superb B&B run by enthusiastic hostess Lot. This time I stayed with husband and kids on the top floor, which - with two bedrooms and a spacious bathroom - allowed us plenty of privacy.

Maastricht/ Philippe Kersten
Posted on: 26 october 2012 Posted by: Kitty

In Maastricht I fell head over heels in love with the Oriental antique sculptures and earthenware objects in Philippe Kersten's gallery. Having spotted Philippe before at Tefaf, I was again awestruck by the decorative allure of the objects on display in his gallery.   Philippe Kersten Cortenstraat ...