beach hut sophisticate.

homestead seattle. sometimes when i think about beach house style, i like to think in terms of a more sophisticated color palette. instead of say nautical blue, i think neutrals, black, white — the colors of sand, black coral, thatched huts, and the color of the ocean under the moonlight. ever since my trip to tulum i’ve been obsessed, and strongly impacted by... 
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good reads: at home in havana.

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one of my dreams is to finally visit cuba. i’ve has this old book about havana homes forever and every once in a while i get it out and fantasize about making the trip. and now, thanks to new travel regulations, perhaps i’ll be able to one day. which is why i loved this story in t magazine about american-born Pamela Ruiz and artist Damian Aquiles’ home in... 
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dream house: dining room conundrum.

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c home. so, a bunch of you have asked to see a floor plan of my new dream house, and i just happen to have one that i sketched up when i bought the place. man, it looks tiny on paper! but it’s not that small — 1,200 square feet and plenty of room for me and my pup. plus there’s a balcony that runs along the front of the house, and then about 3,500 square... 
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spring fever.

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adriaan louw. spring is in the air and it’s making me feel light-headed. not in the dizzying kind of way, but in the way i want my home to look. i want that crisp, fresh green you can get from bringing plants and flowers indoors, or maybe even a few key pieces you’ve given a new coat of green paint to. from colorful cabinets, to hairpin legs, or some green accessories... 
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green with envy. or is it luck? you choose.

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Follow my blog with Bloglovin michael eastman. emerald green. it’s a color that elicits a lot of emotion. it evokes envy and passion, can be strangely exotic, and even brings out a little luck of the irish on saint patrick’s day. green is also pantone’s color of the year — pantone 354 to be exact. and now i’m seeing green everywhere i look. coincidence?... 
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