le graphique très chic.

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architectural digest espana. oh, art. you can be so complicated. what’s good, what’s bad, what do i like? that last question is really the only one that matters. if it’s hanging in your home, then you should probably really love it. but if you’re not up to the task of overthinking art, how about just one simple le graphique très chic? a large, bold... 
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the power of pantone.

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dustjacket attic above + below. i’ve always thought it so cool how we can use color as a reflector of what’s going on in our culture. each year, color creators at pantone release their color of the year, and as you may know, in 2016 they chose not just one, but two colors: the year of rose quartz and blue serenity. it could be amongst chaos we as a culture... 
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bedside manners.

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THE APARTMENT BY THE LINE, in / out blog. i place quite a bit of importance on my bedside table — i like it to be uncluttered, with my favorite things nearby: current reading material and journal, candles, night mask (very important!) and good lighting. i have a thing for cool looking lamps and have a collection of all shapes and sizes. my bedside pendant lamps are from... 
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Laurel & Wolf at The San Francisco Shipyard.

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san francisco’s shipyard is looking much more than shipshape these days — thanks to a beautiful collaboration between long-time home builder Lennar (building since 1954!) and the interior design services of Laurel & Wolf. the online designers have beautifully designed a few of the new model homes for Lennar’s new San Francisco Shipyard properties, which... 
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put a chair there.

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stadshem. i do not have a thing for nightstands. i mean, they’re quite fine and everything, but i don’t hoard them. chairs on the other hand, well, that’s where i go gah gah. i don’t know what it is about chairs but they are often quite unique, and very beautiful. so, i tend to like a chair ‘as nightstand’ much better than the real thing.... 
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