unexpected guests: emily katz.

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today we’re dropping in on multi-talented, multi-media artist emily katz who lives in inner Northeast Portland, Oregon. emily shares her eclectic, cozy, plant-filled home with her partner in life and design, Adam, along with their dog Donut, and cat Cowbear. Emily is currently traveling the world teaching macrame workshops, learning about energy healing, art directing... 
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tileworks.

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simon watson photography. i’m still obsessed with tile — even more so after visiting cuba where almost every surface you step on is tiled beautifully, even if cracked or decaying. i’m planning on using moroccan-inspired cement tile from clé tile for my bathroom remodel and i couldn’t be more excited — if i could just narrow down which tiles... 
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wear this there: casa bonay.

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barcelona has a brand spankin’ new cool-kid on the block, and we’re dying to spend the night. casa bonay is a boutique hotel transformed from the mansion once owned by the bonay family. in keeping with its original charm, and just adding some swagger here and there, the place is now in full swing and accepting visitors (pick us!). we’re most enchanted by... 
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no fear of color here.

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i’m currently going gaga for this playful home located in ibiza. makes sense that its inhabitants are dutch designers who focus on ecological textiles for youngins. it’s straight out of a contemporary fairytale with whimsical elements all coming in electric shades, against a clean white canvas. the island was specifically chosen to house their dream destination... 
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the beauty of credenzas.

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line klein. credenzas are so multi-functional. they look great as an entryway piece, a dining room buffet, cocktail bar, and people are even using them as bathroom vanities. should you tire of them in one spot, simply move them to another and give them a whole new purpose. there’s a variety of mid-century modern shapes, styles, and sizes out there. they’re perfect... 
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