good reads: abigail ahern.

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i’ve long embraced the brilliant genius of london-based designer abigail ahern, but somehow i’d not seen her house crush series before this week. i stumbled upon her blog series of beautiful home tours via pinterest this week and found myself lingering there perhaps a while too long — i simply couldn’t decide on what not to share, the interiors all... 
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casa hemingway.

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still pinching myself i got to experience cuba all over again. the last trip was twelve years ago and this time with victoria. i’ve been loving her recap and can’t wait to see what she’ll be sharing next. one of the top places i visited was ernest hemingway’s house just outside of havana. located ten miles east of the city on a hilltop in the small working-class town... 
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good reads: sight unseen.

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one of my personal favorites when it comes to design blogs is sight unseen — no pun intended, but have you seen it?  it’s a stunner. this month they shared the enviable tribeca loft of Parsons graduate and designer daniela jacobs of arc objects and i just had to share it with you. sight unseen is an online magazine that uncovers what’s new and next in design... 
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good reads: simply styling.

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the first book by designer and stylist Kirsten Grove of the beautiful blog, simply grove is out, and it’s a must-have for libraries of all decor aficionados. Kirsten guides you every step of the way, going room by room and item by item, giving you the tools and tricks you need to create a space that captures your own unique personality and taste. i’ve known kristen... 
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bohemian paris.

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my very much beloved and favorite decor magazine milk decoration just featured the exotic and uber-eclectic paris apartment of Sophie Duruflé, CEO of the Parisian brand, Isabel Marant. talk about your bohemian paradise – chez Duruflé is a well-curated collection of vintage oddities, that all work quite well together, especially if you’ve got a taste for the unexpected.... 
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