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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Around L.A. / Hemingway & Pickett.

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Toby Hemingway fondly remembers the large trucks that drove for the barbershop distribution company Hemingway & Pickett, that his great, great Grandfather began in 1888, and which remained in the family for three generations in Melbourne, Australia. In 2011, Toby revived the name and opened shop in Silver Lake selling well made, well designed, hand picked goods from Los... 
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harlow & grey.

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our dear friend jeanne chan (of shop sweet things) and her event designer cousin gloria wong tritasavit (of gloria wong design) recently launched a gorgeous and modern line of party goods and we are excited to share these with you! inspired by their love of fashion, graphic design and pop culture, the harlow & grey collections allow individuals to beautifully entertain... 
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k colette | a $500 giveaway.

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please meet one very sweet company — k colette of Portland, Maine. from beautiful textiles, pillows and sweet-smelling apothecaries to fashion accessories, jewelry and totes, k colette has such a lovely collection of quality, handmade products — each with a story that connects you to the artisans who crafted them. Through their work, k colette’s artisans... 
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la dolce vita, at home.

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if you asked me where else in the world i might like to live, the answer hands-down would be italy. i love everything about the italian culture — the friendly people, the slow life, eating amazing fresh food al fresco, drinking wine on warm nights outdoors in charming cafes. those gardens created in window boxes but that spill lushly over tiny balconies — sigh.... 
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