island style.

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oh look! i’m saved today after all — by this bright and beautiful Caribbean beach house belonging to photographer, anita calero featured recently on axxis. with its indoor-outdoor feeling, it’s brought me back from the dark side and i’m feeling much more chill already. made up of exposed white beams and nuances of bamboo and tortoise shell this beach... 
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don’t mind my black soul.

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vogue australia. whoa, am i ever in one of those moods today. you know the ones — where just about everything sets you off and you’re a real cranky pants? yeah, that one. i’m generally not a moody person at all, so when i turn to the dark side it really affects me and i really notice it. and i don’t like it one little bit. don’t worry, it’s... 
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the makings of modern cabin.

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trendir. there’s nothing that says cozy quite like a cabin nestled somewhere remote(ish) and made up of the ever stylish and still on trend plywood. with that freshly cut look, this is hardly someone’s old fishing cabin in the woods — think modernist and sleek. paired with mid-century modern furnishings, other minimal materials such as concrete, and a statement... 
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rolling right along.

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rolling carts can be a home’s best friend. they’re versatile, useful and have that unexpected chic look that can’t go wrong. sure, you can use these industrial beauties for bar carts, but they can be so much more than that — a great entryway statement piece displaying your favorite collections, a green herb garden or perhaps a rustic rolling library?... 
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unexpected space saving spots.

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alvhem. i think i’m diving in and going to remodel my bathroom & back bedroom. eeek! yikes! it’s kind of a two-step process that i’ll be explaining more about later, but essentially we’ll be knocking out the wall between the tiny bathroom and the back bedroom to make a much larger bathroom — and the back bedroom will become a walk-in closet... 
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