madly truly eclectic.

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architectural digest espana. eclectic — the real thing is hard to come by. i feel as though i see loads of decor that’s trying to be eclectic, or staged as such, but a truly eclectic space is one that i think evolves over time — heirloom pieces meet brand new finds, and personal trinkets shine. it’s a look that is often imitated, but should actually... 
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the stash masters.

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lean and meadow. i love a great looking cabinet — especially when they’ve got those see-thru doors. glass cabinets make for such conversation-starting pieces based on what you’ve got stashed inside. you could go monochromatic, as i once did, keeping nothing but white dishes and pottery inside on display, or share your eccentric and eclectic treasures. i love... 
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at home in southern france.

this is the charming home of interior designer Stephanie Ferret, her husband Thibaut and their two children located in the outskirts of Cassis in southern France. set on the Mediterranean coast, it’s welcoming and cosy, filled with antique collectibles and dotted with eclectic souvenirs from their travels. but my favorite bit is definitely that dining banquette —... 
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breakfast in bed.

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lapizzaetlesfrites. there’s nothing quite as luxurious as breakfast in bed. you feel so spoiled, right? and on the other hand, it’s really nice to spoil those we love, too. being surprised by breakfast in bed has got to be on an awful lot of people’s top ten list. i have a lot trays — i collect them from all over — the flea market, yard sales,... 
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inside elsie green.

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If you adore French antiques and decor, a visit to Elsie Green is a must. Located in Concord just a 40 minute drive from San Francisco, this small, sustainable, family-run business offers an astounding collection of vintage finds from France and Morocco, as well as interior design, staging and consultation services. The team has numerous trips to Europe throughout... 
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