at home in the hamptons: the line.

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i’ve never been to the hamptons before. have you? i’ve heard about the beachy getaway forever and a day (hello, carrie bradshaw!) so perhaps i’ll get there eventually. Nestled near the easternmost tip of New York’s Long Island, Amagansett was established by farmers and fishermen before being developed as a summer resort in the late nineteenth century. The... 
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modern ranch vibes.

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nuevo estilo. i’m really inspired by this fresh look i’m seeing around — a modern twist on the traditional ranch or country style home. it’s got a little bit of scandinavian slant, too — simple and spare design with lots of white exposed beamed ceilings and shipslap walls (i blame joanna and chip gaines for that trend!) paired with bright,... 
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neutral ground.

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country road. something i’ve learned from having my own garden (at long last!) is that pairing neutrals with nature really works. there’s something very pretty about how a natural canvas of earthy tones, black and white that really allows the greenery and plant life to shine. my banana palms against my black house for instance, really pop. and, this color palette... 
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let’s go to: pensão agrícola.

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what is it about a weekend getaway that just gets you wander lusting after an even longer stay somewhere fabulous? i think it may be that we all just need more vacation time! and, you get to chit chatting with fellow travelers about their favorite destinations, like i did this weekend and you hear about all kinds of dreamy holiday spots. one such place is Pensão Agrícola... 
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get the look: living like a francophile.

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one of my very favorite decor magazines is milk decoration, which happens to be written in french, but no matter — the pictures speak a thousand words and are always so inspiring. i like the idea of living like a francophile, at least for a little while, and i thought today i’d share a little ‘get the look’ inspired by the pages of this fantastique... 
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