modern day handmade heirlooms.

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Rebecca Atwood has always loved quilts and their sense of history. Growing up, there was a crazy quilt hanging next to her parent’s dining room table that was from her mom’s side of the family, and she was fascinated with it and its different triangular fabrics. Her mom also made her own quilts for Rebecca and her sisters with big squares in happy colors. Needless to say,... 
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settee. as pretty as it sounds.

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jj media locations. you may think of the settee as a thing of the past, but as you saw in yesterday’s post, it’s just not so. the settee, which has been around a while — dating back to the 17th century in Europe — is really such an ideal seating solution for small spaces. the settee looks lovely in an entryway, a reading nook, and across a larger sofa... 
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that feminine feeling.

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frederik vercruysse for dwell magazine. no one could ever accuse me of being a girly-girl, but i do have a soft spot for sweet hues in the bedroom. everything from blush, to shades of robin’s egg blue are being found in these boudoirs — truly the stuff that dreams are made of. this rosie trend is best implemented in eye-catching additions, like the perfect candy-colored... 
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rio inspired.

With the global gaze turned towards Rio de Janeiro during the Olympics, colorhouse paints are celebrating the amazing colors of the region with a brand new, bold and quite smashing paint collection. Introducing the LATITUDE/LONGITUDE PALETTE: BRAZIL — six bright and beautiful new colors inspired by the natural beauty of Brazil. From native flowers to brightly feathered... 
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double tap that.

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Ride by on the Amsterdam canals. ~ @curatedagency. this is what we all do while, you know — we’re waiting in line at the DMV, when we can’t fall asleep (so guilty of this one!), waiting on the barista to serve up that latte — whenever and where ever we go we check our instagram feed for brilliance from those we follow. maybe excessively so. they might... 
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