muted sometimes speaks volumes.


domino magazine. i love interior decor that while very muted, can speak volumes. these interiors, for instance have very neutral color schemes, but there’s something uniquely beautiful in all of them. the dining room above doesn’t have a lot of color, but that dining set is fabulous and still allows for the view to steal the show — as well it should! a great... 
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spotted: the apartment by the line.

the apartment by the line / sfgirlbybay

if you find yourself in nyc make your way over to soho to 76 greene street, take the elevator up and step into┬áthe most beautiful, bright, airy, and exquisitely decorated loft known as the apartment by the line. launched by a collective of very chic and creative women, the apartment is a truly unique experience that allows you to discover and shop in the intimacy of... 
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get this look: lonny.


i just love this room featured on lonny this week — a glamorous, modern suburban home with this fab sitting area — a look that’s perfect for summer entertaining. i love that it’s got kind of a moroccan vibe, but then they’ve paired that great carved wood sofa with some pretty modern side chairs. fun, right? i thought I’d try to get this... 
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the designers: ashe + leandro.


welcome to the colorfully stylish world of interior designers ashe + leandro, an architecture and interior design practic based in New York City. their firm is dedicated to creating spaces that have the ability to both inspire and innovate, with a focus on uniquely designed spaces accented with insight, wit and humor. Motivated by collaborative relationships with their clients,... 
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wonderful color.


a credenza gets a new life with a coat of bright blue, via hus & hem. wonderful color. it perks up a home like a magical snap of the fingers. whether it’s in small doses like a bright throw pillow, or dozens of them, adding color always changes the mood of a room — and with it the mood of its inhabitants, too. a little bold paint goes a long way too: take that... 
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