My November Moodboard

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November mood: I am working with moody images this season, taking over a certain atmosphere from last month mood board. There is still some blue but I felt like teal would fit in nice and came inspired back from my forest trip last week integrating some green too. This would be the color palette for November: wood - moody blue - …

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What do bloggers collect? The November Issue

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For all of you who are reading this series for the first time, it all started in April when I posted  a pic of my some of my porcelain mugs on Instagram asking what my followers or other IG users were collecting. Since there were quite some responses, I decided to start this series inviting friends, and I do love the result …

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Blog friends: Emmas Designblogg

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This series has been suffered a longer break than planned but between trip and trip my editorial calendar got a bit forgotten. More reason to introduce you today to Emmas Designblogg with a little interview! I am very happy she took the time to answer a few questions! Most of the blogs I do present in this series are run by …

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Earthly Delights: AUTUMN. The November Issue

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Before we start, for you who stumble upon this series for the first time: Sandy from Confiture de Vivre and myself started publishing Earthly Delights beginning summer playing around with what we are best at with one common theme we decide on together and two interpretations. This time we decided to go for a season, we both feel very much attached to and still kind of transport …

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This is how Tumblr founder David Karp lives | A loft in Brooklyn

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This David Karp's, founder and chief executive officer of  Tumblr, newly renovated loft in Brooklyn. He is not into anything particularly shiny or smooth but has a clear preference for all kind of aged and rough materials: ancient bricks, weathered concrete, blackened steel and reclaimed oak. Brick walls and huge windows give quite an industrial look with is immediately softened with …

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Travel treasures: Shanghai adventures

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I had spent only 1,5 days extra after finishing my decorating workshops in Shanghai but boy, the pictures I have been able to take are amazing. I visited the older and more traditional Shanghai. The modern and more luxurious part of the town I had the occasion to get a glimpse the previous days during my trainings. In the mornings I …

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