Monday, October 29, 2012

Fine Decor's Autumn number

Dear Readers, 

It's with great pleasure that we would like to introduce the fresh autumn number of Fine Decor.
The magazine indulges world wide luxury, creativity, timeless fashion, entrepreneurship and beauty in all possible forms. Please click on the scrolling image to enlarge it and get into our world that we, with all humility, would like to share with you.

To SHARE IS TO CARE: Please get on this link to have the correct HTML to put on your blog, or other interesting sharing sources.

Please take a minute and write your thoughts about this number when done, we would really appreciate it!

Best Regards,
Stina Auer

19 comments:

  1. The more refined number still mow ! Many many good ideas but with great finest items. Even the things to realize ourselves.

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  2. Love it! The Megan Hess scarves are to die for... I love the pink one and all the illustrations as well. Fabulous issue! Talking in !!!! is so much more fun :-P

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  3. Fantastiskt bra! Älskar kombon av glam, gör-det-själv och sköna repotage. Står mkt mer än i ex ELLE el motsvarande. Man märker att ni lagt möda och tanke bakom detaljerna. Allt är genomsnyggt och härligt glammigt. Min personliga favorit var Megan som gjorde mode illustrationer. Fantastiska bilder! Har tipsat alla mina vänner om detta. Grymt bra jobbat!

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  4. What an inspirational reading experience! Thank you!

    Paula
    www.a-little-glitter.blogspot.com

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  5. Tidningen är fantastisk. Läste den i helgen. Tycker bara att det är synd att inga annonsplatser var sålda utan bara pluggade. Med tanke på kvaliteten och målgruppen den riktar sig till så borde det inte vara svårt att sälja in den till annonsörer.

    Men bra jobbat. Jag är imponerad. / Emma

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  6. Finally!!!!!
    Thank you!

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  7. Har sällan skådat en mera fyllig tidning! Den fyllde alla mina förväntningar på en givande,mångsidig,lagom detaljrik och skön tidning! En drömvärld att gå in i! Tack!

    Med vänlig hälsning, Anita

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  8. What a fine, fine, FINE magazine, Stina!! En fryd for øye, kropp og sjel. Well done :-)

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  9. I love the magazine very much.So interesting;)Good job!

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  10. Salut

    Votre nouveau numéro du magazine était bien mais un peu trop de pages de voyage aurait apprécié davantage lorsque mobilier scandinaves tels.

    Espérons que le prochain numéro est plus marquée en Juillet décoration élégante.

    Sincèrement Cecil

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  11. Excellent number but I would like more fashion from you Stina and less travel.

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  12. Jätteinspirerande! Intressanta artiklar och bilder, särskilt den om om Megan och hennes fantastiska illustratiioner. Keep up the good work!

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  13. Stina :) When will you pick the winner of the soft goat-sweater? I'm waiting to order one to see if I'll be the lucky one!

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  14. Very fine magazine, mark:excellent:-)!

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  15. I have to be honest and say that I don't fully understand why the magazine is being published in English. I flicked through it just now and noticed plenty of errors, not only spelling errors but also when when it comes to grammar, use of idiomatic expressions and so on. Wouldn't it be better to have the contributors write in their own mother tongue, i.e Swedish? Or at least have someone do some heavy editing before publishing online. I'm sorry, but to spell "goona" instead of "gonna" in a headline seems a bit sloppy to me.

    I did however find many of the articles interesting, but I always have a hard time looking passed errors in a text, no matter how fascinating the text may be.

    Anyways, good luck and and work even harder!

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  16. P.S. The designs of Megan Hess concerning Tyffany, Bergdof, Cartier in NY are exceptional. And so right. All details from there (in true)are absolutely like it is,
    Reading the Magazine better today, I can say that it's the best one on each subject from the beginning, bravo once more.

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  17. I agree with KP above re the need of proof reading - the lovely pictures and layout just cannot make up for sloppy writing (much more distrubing in tradionally printed media such as books or magazines than in blogs). Otherwise I really enjoyed it.

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