automatism.

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Hello — Lori of automatism here, with a little home inspiration while Victoria is busy moving into her own new home. Home is a reflection of who you are. The books you read, the music you listen to, the art and photos you love, even the meals you choose to prepare — all of these are aspects of your personality. This is why, when visiting the homes of friends, it’s... 
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well, naturally.

NATURALLY

i’m trying to get back to basics, to purge unnecessary items i have piling up over here before i move to the new place. i just don’t need this stuff, you know? these images of natural elements and neutral decor inspire me to be ruthless while cleaning out closets and drawers packing for the new place. if it doesn’t have a reason for being, or can’t... 
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oh, and happy, happy friday.

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happy friday everyone! it’s mother’s day this weekend, so to those of celebrating, i hope it’s a most-deserving special day for you! i posted some mother’s day decorating ideas over on babble, so maybe there’s some easy, last minute ideas there for you! it’s my birthday tomorrow, so i’ll be celebrating myself with a much needed mani/pedi!... 
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what’s new at bodie & fou.

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i popped over to bodie and fou to see what the stylish sisterly duo had new in their shop, and was delighted to see some lovely new homewares with a vintage-inspired and industrial twist. i love the trolley (excellent idea for a bar cart), the raft stool, and the the swiss cross medicine cabinets are quite cute, too! french sisters elodie (bodie) and karine (fou) know how... 
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NEW FROM BODIE AND FOU.

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Launched in 2005 by French sisters Elodie (BODIE) and Karine (FOU), BODIE and FOU is a haven of decor inspiration and creativity, with a beautiful selection of home accessories, lighting and furniture. and now the sisters have launched bodie and fou, the catalogue. the first copies of the BODIE and FOU catalogue landed in the UK on Friday and the E-version went LIVE yesterday.... 
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