Add a bit of color this Spring

I have posted about TineK collection recently to show you guys the batik wallpaper that I personally find so incredible. TineK keep everything very well balance with her black and whites tones, but I am happy to find a splash of color other than blue this spring. An unexpected Salmon that poses in these photos so beautifully, I also thought that I could bring a bit of color to your monday blues. Get a little inspired with these nice arrangement of objects and tones.

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These green lams bring a surprising punch of color to contrast the black and white batik.

Tine K collage

Love the collage with the salmon scissors with an old look.

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Small boxes made out the batik paper, they are sooooo nice.

Batik napkins Tine K

You know that if would have a wooden stamp or any type of stamp you could do your own seasonal napkins! just a thought.


Photos Via: TineK

Palm Springs groove

The Ace Hotel in Palm Spring California is a great combination of mid century design with a pinch of bohemian aroma and a touch of ethnic spice. Now that Coachella is approaching I would totally pair up the experience staying at the Ace Hotel. I always been in love with Palm Spring magic, what I love about this place is that can help you get so many ideas in how to come back home and make some purging, simplify your space and sleek it up with a simple mexican throw or a vintage signage or just one letter. This experience is going on my wish list for 2013. Enjoy.

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Ace Hotel Lounge

Ace Hotel Dinner

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Photos via: Wallpaper, Paper, Sunset.

Pretty pretty spaces

Get inspired by pretty pretty rooms like these ones. I love the way they mix and match vintage, industrial and art. Enjoy!

industrial lighting

Industrial lighting, bulbs at different sizes its a great whimsical idea.

industrial fireplace

A fireplace made of concrete in the middle of the room, neutral and balanced, love it!

rustic bath

Old rusty frames and concrete walls makes of a tiny space a big statement.

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Mix chairs from the same industrial style keeping thing fun but in tone.

industrial design plus art

The way things are displayed in this room are just perfect.

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Another class on how to displayed art in an unexpected manner.

Photos via: RUM



Josef Frank. Design Lesson No. 4

Textile, textiles, textiles. Some of the most beautiful textile designs belongs to an architect, that’s right, a Viennese architect from the ’40 called Josef Frank. He was born in Vienna and moved for some time to Sweden where he build vacations homes for swedish families. In the years of WWII he and his wife moved to NY for some time to only return to a Sweden that appreciated and understood his art, his vision and his talent; a range of works that today still stand as the most fascinating and modern works of the 21st century, even though was created on the 20th century.

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Photos via: Svenskttenn

Casa del Agua

I have not seen branding at its highest in a long time, until I ran into this incredible water factory in Puebla, Mexico. I am in love with the way they handled the branding, the interior design and the product itself. Who would it thought that something so essential like WATER could be so hip and with a vintage twist. It is in fact a luxury, since as CASA DEL AGUA states WE ARE MADE OUT OF WATER, so why not get the best? Indeed, they put together a high quality product from the creation using local sources and purifying methods that includes a philosophy that belives that water is affected by thoughts. CASA DEL AGUA takes care of that in the process assuring the water is recieving only nurturing, peaceful and loving thoughts in the process. I am not sure if that would make it taste better… But what I am sure of is that that water looks clearly like a piece of great design.


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casa del agua logo

Less is always more, simple iconic logo, feels like the good design from the 70′.

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casa del agua branding

Branding at its best.. in my opinion. :)


Photos via: CASA DEL AGUA


Vintage Christmas decor and party tips

I ran into a new online magazine “Billie” that had the most beautiful photos and inspiration for these holidays. I hope you guys will appreciate this very simple and naive way of decorating your home. I personally find it exquisite and sensible. I love it! My recent post had some inspiration for this simple, natural look. Here I would like to share some more so you can see how simple it is and what an incredible change of atmosphere can bring to your home these holidays.

vintage decor for ChristmasLighting is everything, low light for a holiday party is a key factor for your success and people wanting to stay. So keep it low, add some touches like this watercolor painting wrapped in a old mirror at a table, it would set the tone for a cozy lovely night.

Vintage decor for ChristmasMore natural touches for your mantel, get some pine cones, antlers and a dried wreath, mix it with some vintage tea lights and fresh flowers, so simple and yet so beautiful.

vintage Christmas Decor ideasAnother very efficient way to change the atmosphere of a room is to put in some flowers arrangements. Mix few blooms with wild greens with no organization, it will give your space some drama and personality. This step is as simple as placing an order at, and can bring a completely new vibe to your home interior. Naturally, your plants won’t last forever, but whether it’s putting an arrangement in a vase as a table center piece, adorning a countertop with a few orchids, or even keeping a potted, indoor tree in the corner, plants can become central elements these holidays.

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Absolutely love the old bottle covered with wax for the food table, the napkins with that nordic design is just perfect, combining vintage plus modern and practical for a good party. Always combine food with lots of colors like peppers with goat cheese , red and white. Or grapes and nuts, green and brown. You’ll end up with a very colorful table, always when you think on what to serve for food think of colors. I’ll make the range come out naturally if you mixed it up.
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Set a stay with everything you need to mix a good cocktail, simple like vodka tonic and add some candy canes to bring the holidays in this spot of the party.
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A nice simple and good pizza can be enough for a filling dinner if accompanied with nice appetizers and good wine.
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If you happen to have a fireplace add some Christmas decor around it. Love these vintage soldiers giving a touch of red to the corner.
Happy Holidays folks! Enjoy your holidays with lots of love and good food! I will be posting soon…xoxo
Photos via: Billie Magazine

Christmas the nordic way…

It’s almost Christmas and what better way to get ready for it than get some inspiration from our beloved nordic people. This villa outside Copenhagen shows a Christmas decor a bit desaturated and full of nostalgia. I am in love with the earth tones and the vintage pieces that decor every corner of this incredible villa.

nordic xmas decor

Twigs and candles on the window. Mix and match chairs for the dinning table, we can spot some Eames and Thornet chairs with and without armrest.

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A vintage baby blue bench from a french flea market showcasing some xmas presents. A start made out of twigs some greens and candles, with wooden deers,such a great touch for your window.

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details, details, details…it’s all in the details.

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Wrapping done out of left over papers.

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Beautiful tree with candles.

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The chandelier it’s been replaced by mistletoe for xmas season. A vintage bench serves as a coffee table decorated with some candles and a wreath. Table decor with leafs and flowers; small tree shaped wooden figures… just perfect, simple and balance.

Photos via: Bo Bedre

One Fine Stay

Can you imagine spending few days in these amazing spaces? Well, you can. It’s all about vacationing with personality. No more sterile hotels with very little warm, this is the new way of traveling. One Fine Stay makes that possible, staying in beautiful apartments in London or NY when the homes are empty, on top of it yo will be treated with the best linens from The White Companyin London and toiletries from Kiehl’s, they also provide you with an IPhone with tips from the owner’s house and maps to key places in the city. What else can you ask for… In times where London it is my favorite place to visit…Christmas time, consider One Fine Stay as your new lodging solution to a luxurious unforgettable stay.

4th Avenue Union Square apartment

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Thurloe Square South Kensington apartment

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Princelet Street Apartment

Princelet Street Apartment.

Photos via: One Fine Stay

Mei Xian Qiu’s Work of Art

On Saturday I was walking through an Art Opening in Los Angeles when I ran into Mei Xian’s work. At first the bright colors and the big canvases are what caught my attention and suddenly I was hooked. Her work is full of irony, meaning and poetry. Mei was born in Java, Indonesia from Chinese parents, they migrated to California when she was very young spending her life between the US and China as a parental attempt to not being westernized. You can see her life in her juxtaposed work of photography, glass and illustration. Beautifully displayed against the light making all the layers and colors come to life. Her work not surprisingly ended up in the pages of Living ETC, UK for the May issue. I really enjoyed meeting Mei; she was warm and eager to explain her work to me and eager to know about other people’s juxtaposed lives as well. Enjoy!

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Photos via: Mei Xian Qiu


The way to shop in the Social Media era is changing, making our shopping spree even more fun than what it already was! One of my favorite hubs out there to shop Social Media style is OpenSky, bringing you the latest trend from the best advisors.

My first giveaway sponsored by OpenSky makes me super excited, A $50 CREDIT TO SPEND!!! all you need to do is Join OpenSky here sign up. We will withdraw a winner only from my readers, so you have a chance to experience shopping the latest trends in the name of From Yosune with Love. You have until next Friday Nov. 11-8:00PM to participate.We will email the winner same friday night. You will be notify by email with a CODE of $50 value.

Take a look at their new pop up shop only open till November 19, the North American online home décor shopping site. HomeSav will feature a curated collection of its furniture, bedding, rugs and other home accessories in a HomeSav branded boutique for OpenSky. The pieces, which include items such as a mirrored accent table, an antique bronze tripod lamp and industrial style bar stools will be available at up to 65% off for the OpenSky community


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