GREEN & BLACK’S chocolate libraries.

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for me, lazy days with a good book are made even better when I have a little treat to nibble on between pages. so when i was invited to try GREEN & BLACK’S new chocolate libraries, i knew exactly where i’d be displaying them to share their pretty packaging with you — on my beloved built-in bookcases, of course! now that the weather is getting colder, i... 
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tileworks.

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simon watson photography. i’m still obsessed with tile — even more so after visiting cuba where almost every surface you step on is tiled beautifully, even if cracked or decaying. i’m planning on using moroccan-inspired cement tile from clé tile for my bathroom remodel and i couldn’t be more excited — if i could just narrow down which tiles... 
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cuba, part one: havana.

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i’ve returned from my trip to cuba and i’m still editing the gazillion photos i took to share with you, so please induldge me a bit — there’s just too many photos not to share! i thought i’d break down the trip a little at a time because honestly, this trip was so magical, it’s taking me some time to process all that we saw and did. havana,... 
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fiberglass chair giveaway from modernica.

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dwell. i love a case study fiberglass chair probably more than any chair ever designed – it’s comfy and a classic with beautiful lines. i could happily have one in an assortment of colors, and display them proudly as a collection. the the mid-century modern treasure can be found in a variety of yummy rainbow colors at modernica. to celebrate the beauty of this chair,... 
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good reads: rebecca atwood’s living with pattern.

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textile designer Rebecca Atwood is debuting her first book today, Living with Pattern: Color, Texture and Print at Home and is it ever a beautiful book she should be truly very proud of. Pattern is a tool to share your story, and in her new book, Rebecca helps us discover how to do this. how to create a home that’s livable, layered, and interesting, and most importantly... 
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