Felices fiestas and a little blog break

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What a year! I have started this blog seriously last December even I had been running it around that time already one year. But 2013 has been my year so far in the blogosphere, and I am truly grateful! I have attended two international blog conferences in Stockholm and Berlin, traveled for a week with BlogTour to Los Angeles, have met beautiful people who became and …

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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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Outstanding stylist/photographer teams, part II : Ditte Gkjaer and Mikkel Mortensen

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I have been writing last week about a Swedish ladies stylist/photographer team and today we go a little down south up to Denmark. Gitte Kjaer teams up with the very talented photographer Mikkel Mortensen apparently quite often when producing for Rum or other clients. One of my favorite shootings of this duo is the one done for Federicia. You can find Mikkel Mortensen at his own site and as well …

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Meet The Blogger Walking tour Stockholm: Lotta Agaton Shop

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What an amazing weekend it was! My head is still spinning off with so much excellent information we got from all the speakers and places we have seen. And I finally met in person some of the bloggers I always wanted to such as Jeanette from ByFryd, Caroline from Trend Daily, Carole, Arianna and Daniel from HeartHomeMag, Thea and Toni …

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Barcelona Diaries: 48h Open House BCN / Casa Sayrach

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What a wonderful weekend I had! Barcelona opened its doors to 150 spaces (private houses, manufacturers, hospitals, monuments, etc.) with no public access to during the year. Very difficult to choose between such a wide range of treasures but my passion belongs to the Modernismo style, and so I went to la Casa Sayrach and la Casa Montserrat (will post …

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