ground beneath my feet.

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hunted interior. one of my favorite pinterest boards is entitled ground beneath my feet. it consists of a collection of beautiful, very colorful area rugs — from morrocan Boucherouite to kilim, to dhurries. rugs just add that extra warmth and color that pulls a room all together. if you’re on the hunt for a great area rug, some wonderful resources for rugs are... 
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new from ferm living.

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it’s easy to get inspired by Danish interior design company Ferm Living’s newest collection — i find the color palette and styling to be unsurpassed this season! ferm living has launched its new Spring/Summer 2015 collection, inspired by bauhaus classics using strictly geometric shapes, including this great brass hexagon pot. smashing! here’s a peek... 
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farrow & ball san francisco city palette.

CHINATOWN-PALETTE

conservatory of flowers: plain stripe; peony; brocade; and ringwold wallpapers. well if this wasn’t a jolly good assignment. the lovely folks at Farrow & Ball invited me to contribute to their city palettes — where they are traveling the country, tapping into design lovers in various cities to curate a palette of Farrow & Ball paint colors and wallpapers... 
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living with @loloirugs.

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sierra collection. textural, luxurious rugs on the ground beneath our feet are what can very often make a room come to life. rugs give a room warmth — not just physically warm you — but a room’s mood, too. a beautiful rug adds definition and shape and can delineate the space — say creating a cozy separation from dining area to living room. loloi rugs... 
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*best of: handmade wallpaper.

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*this post originally ran January 29, 2014. well i should start by saying that i have been just dying to share this wallpaper with you. my friend and talented creative director suzanne shade designed and created it all on her own. crazily she was inspired by an instagram of mine — a shot i took of driftwood at fort funston, and she knew she wanted to create a geometric... 
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