bfgf.

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i first came upon one of los angeles-based artist Lilian Martinez’s adorable sweatshirts on pinterest, which then lead me to her BFGF tumblr shop — where i just fell in love with her very original textile artwork. it’s like Gauguin meets the simpsons meets pop culture, and it’s just quite brilliant! BFGF is an art brand “inspired by transcendent... 
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madly truly eclectic.

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architectural digest espana. eclectic — the real thing is hard to come by. i feel as though i see loads of decor that’s trying to be eclectic, or staged as such, but a truly eclectic space is one that i think evolves over time — heirloom pieces meet brand new finds, and personal trinkets shine. it’s a look that is often imitated, but should actually... 
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lessons in living like the french.

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it could be that french light, or the love story behind the house itself, but i’m swooning for this home tour. owners annie and colin joined creative and aesthetic forces to bring to life a modernized masterpiece within a traditional french canvas (after a mere four-year renovation). the home’s owners met on a train in paris, which led to their collaboration of... 
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put a chair there.

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stadshem. i do not have a thing for nightstands. i mean, they’re quite fine and everything, but i don’t hoard them. chairs on the other hand, well, that’s where i go gah gah. i don’t know what it is about chairs but they are often quite unique, and very beautiful. so, i tend to like a chair ‘as nightstand’ much better than the real thing.... 
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good reads: rebecca atwood’s living with pattern.

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textile designer Rebecca Atwood is debuting her first book today, Living with Pattern: Color, Texture and Print at Home and is it ever a beautiful book she should be truly very proud of. Pattern is a tool to share your story, and in her new book, Rebecca helps us discover how to do this. how to create a home that’s livable, layered, and interesting, and most importantly... 
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