i spy: shades of teal.

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doug atkins home, via t magazine. much like its cool cousin green, deeper darker shades of teal and turquoise are popping up all over the place. it’s a real colorfest out there, people, so you may want to add a dash of your own if you care much about being on trend. i’m not sure i can do it but i know that i certainly admire it from afar. there’s nothing... 
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connections.

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Kim Keever’s Majestic Underwater Paintings, please meet The good machinery’s asphalt series resin bracelets. i know we were supposed to be taking today off, but i just happened upon these two completely different works of art — each on its own very uniquely beautiful, but they just seemed to be connected somehow and i felt like sharing (note: i may be popping... 
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emerald city.

GUCCI-GREEN

arkpad. green is back in a really big way! i was seeing it crop up here and there, but that sexy 70’s emerald green is everywhere now — from fashion to furniture, it’s in vogue. i thought i’d round up a bit of vintage accouterment for you — everything from ginger jars to glassware to sleek velvety sofas. chairish is one of my go-to spots for a... 
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bold choices.

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you gotta love it when a homeowner is brave enough to make some bold color choices. i used to be much more apt to paint a room a bright color and if i didn’t like it i’d just paint it another color. a friend used to joke that my bathroom was getting smaller because each time i’d add a coat of paint, the room would shrink just a little bit more. true story... 
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the art of living minimally.

minimalist bedroom decor / sfgirlbybay

featured recently in lonny, this is Erika Geraerts and Charl Laubscher’s Melbourne, australia loft space — a creative home but not a cluttered one. in their loft they use color as an artful accent, rather than a lot of unnecessary objects. they follow William Morris’s mantra: “Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe... 
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