at home with jonah hill.

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i had a bit of difficulty watching johan hill in The Wolf of Wall Street, mostly because i just don’t want to know people like that exist. however, i could very much linger looking at his new york apartment, which is decorated with exquisite taste. i love everything about this stunning space with exposed brick and epic 13′ tall ceilings. and hey — if i just... 
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at home in brooklyn.

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i often wonder if i’d like living in brooklyn — i never did the new york thing, and i think i would have liked it. never say never, but for now i’m just vicariously enjoying this fort greene apartment belonging to Boutique owner Lauren Snyder featured recently on a refinery29 home tour. lauren owns the primary essentials and much like her lovely shop, her... 
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at home in silverlake.

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i’m in love with this mid-century modern home in silver lake — a popular neighborhood on L.A.’s east side, recently featured on c home and martha stewart. Silver lake drew in fashion stylist Jessica de Ruiter and husband sculptor Jed Lind with “all things cool: midcentury modern and high design, coffee spots and boutiques, the lake meadow and reservoir”... 
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women & whiskies, we go well together.

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it’s becoming a regular thing for me — hosting parties with women & whiskies, and it couldn’t feel like a better habit to have. i love hosting pretty parties, doing all the planning and decorating, and i do love my whisky drinks, so we threw another fun bash last week for an intimate group of interesting and talented women from around the bay area. this... 
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open door policy.

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tracey ayton photography. i don’t know about you, but when i see these tall double doors offering up sneaky peeks into ultra pretty rooms, the intrigue and envy in me goes into overdrive. first of all, i want some big old doors like these. and secondly, my curiosity for what lies behind these beautiful entryways spikes, big time. they simply beckon to me for more. why,... 
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