nobody puts baby in the corner.

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nobody puts baby in the corner. well, except maybe in this case — when it’s a beautiful chair. i’d happily sit in any one of these unique beauties. i’m a collector of vintage chairs of all shapes and sizes and find them the perfect solution for an odd space. if you’ve got a corner that’s looking a little lonely, i suggest placing a pretty... 
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work work work.

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in the words of rhianna, work work work work — it never ends, right? well if you work from home, it might as well look less business-like and much more zen. i try and keep my home office pretty spare — one, because i use the space for photo shoots and need the space kept clear; and two, because it keeps my head clear for creativity, too. these work at home looks... 
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frank is always fantastic.

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excuse me while once again i swoon over scandanavian real estate site fantastic frank. each and every apartment listed is a pure dream come true when it comes to streamlined clean design. the simple color palette acts as the perfect backdrop to the colorful life i imagine takes place in these homes. the intricate moldings frame the space, while the white floors, and black... 
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holiday hibernation, anyone?

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this house just says hunker down for the holidays and stay inside where it’s all warm and cozy. i love all the layered textures — loose natural slipcovers and big fluffy pillows, and that beautiful wool rug across some of the prettiest, worn in looking wood floors. i love the wabi-sabi vintage wood dining table in the kitchen too — it’s just a little... 
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casa hemingway.

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still pinching myself i got to experience cuba all over again. the last trip was twelve years ago and this time with victoria. i’ve been loving her recap and can’t wait to see what she’ll be sharing next. one of the top places i visited was ernest hemingway’s house just outside of havana. located ten miles east of the city on a hilltop in the small working-class town... 
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