warm and woodsy.

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i quite like the warm vibes these rooms give off. they ‘ve achieved that feeling mostly from the vintage inspired wood furniture featured quite prominently in them, but sometimes just from those warm brown hues. i also like that though they feature woodsy pieces they’ve got a vintage modern edge to them so one could never call them ‘country’ —... 
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make mine tan, man.

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urbanite. i sometimes think that the very mention of a tan leather sofa immediately might conjure up man-pad — bachelors only. but it’s so not the case. a buttery tan sofa blends with all types of decor and is definitely not just a manly members only kind of vibe. paired with soft gray, or an ultra-pale blue it’s such a pretty color combo, and in a furniture... 
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vintage finds for a modern world: brown bottles.

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sarah ingram. brown can get such a bad rap, don’t you think? it’s often labeled as boring and sometimes gets lumped in with beige and bachelor pads — and not in a good way. and yet ‘brown’ is all around us — it’s everywhere we look in nature: beautiful big oak trees, endless prairies and rolling hillsides. and then there’s classic... 
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the naturals.

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red. i’m a big fan of natural woods, leather and earth-tone textiles thrown together in a room with a neutral white background. something about all that white makes the textures and tones of the wood pop and look much more modern, than, had they say, been dropped into a room with wood  paneling. leather poufs, sisal rugs and sheepskins offset mid-century modern pieces... 
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