i’ll take the a-frame.

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house to home. there’s just something about an a-frame that is so comfy cozy. do you know what i mean? a-frames are usually tucked into an attic somewhere, and when they’re remodeled right, they can often offer up the best room, not to mention the best view, in a house. i’ve always wished i had one — ever since i was little i imagined an a-frame to... 
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make mine minimal.

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hi design. i’m in one of those moods again — the kind that makes me feel like i’ve got too much darn stuff. it happens to me a lot when i return from a trip away from home. maybe you know how it is — when you pack a small bag of essentials for a weekend away, maybe it reinforces the fact that you really don’t need that much stuff to be happy.... 
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classically colorful.

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planet deco. i wonder if when husband & wife design team charles and ray eames designed their iconic fiberglass shell chair in 1949, they had any inkling of its longevity. their philosophy for design was always approached in the same way: Does it interest and intrigue us? Can we make it better? Will we have “serious fun” doing it? they must have had a good... 
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Friday Finds

Friday Finds

Top to bottom, left to right: 1. The loveliest front door and first impression 2. Warm wood details that bring a fall feel into the kitchen 3. An ad man’s simple and elegant Hamburg apartment 4. This stunning Stockholm space with period details 5. A light-filled and lived-in home office Happy Friday, Annie  
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good reads: domino.

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this week domino featured a smashing small space! this feature shares brooklyn-based designer and photographer Jenny Norris’ new brooklyn abode. jenny just moved from the big city (manhattan) to brooklyn and in the process has transformed an unfinished t-shirt factory (imagine two windows and no interior walls) into the inspiring space she now calls home. mid-century... 
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