wrap yourself in color.

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country road bedding, via est magazine. well, kids, this my fifth straight day sick in bed with the flu — this is getting real old. all i could think of to share in my withered state of mind was beds. but pretty, cheerful bedding — something to lift my spirits and hopefully inspire you. changing up your bedding is one of the quickest and easiest makeovers —... 
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Friday Finds

Friday Finds

Top to bottom, left to right: 1. Berta Pfirsich captures the essence of a creative studio called Sea Chant. 2. Let Tobias Tschurtschenthaler‘s dreamscapes sweep you away. 3. The tinkering pays off — TUCKBOX debuts its first furniture collection. 4. This bedroom calls for drawn-out mornings under the covers. 5. A hole in the wall — minimalism meets bathroom... 
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utopia goods.

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I can’t get enough of these bold, fresh prints from Utopia Goods. Known for their high quality, hand printed fabrics, Utopia Goods is an Australian brand founded by Sophie Tatlow and Bruce Slorach with a “highly personal style with a combination of Australian bush references, historical influences with a contemporary new feel.” Utopia Goods claims, “We... 
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paradise is here: a giveaway from skinny laminx!

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Skinny laMinx is bringing the tropical feeling into our homes with the newest plant-inspired fabrics from designer Heather Moore. heather, a self-taught illustrator & designer started Skinny laMinx as a bit of a hobby in 2006, and has brought Skinny laMinx to stores from Noordhoek to New York City to their own shop in Cape Town and online. My favorite part was taking a... 
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colour me happy.

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Printed in Sydney, made in Melbourne, the new COLOUR PATCH throw from castle and things is a thing of bright beauty. designer rachel castle chose TONS of colours for this fun bed throw — it fits King, Queen and Double bed widths as a decorative 3/4 throw. Flip it lengthways and it generously covers Single and King Single beds with plenty of left over. Or just throw it... 
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