more tile talk.


new york t magazine. i’m really seeing moroccan-flavored tile as a big trend lately — it’s everywhere. patterned tiles in courtyards, on walls, behind your backsplash, and on the ground beneath your feet — which is what interests me the most right now. as i mentioned a week ago or so, i’m seriously considering a cement tile floor in a subtle pattern... 
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Friday Finds.


Top to bottom, left to right: An interior designer‘s stunning Danish dining room A natural, textured palette styled by Daniella Witte The crisp entryway into a monochrome Helsinki apartment Rustic knits from Ruth Cross bring warmth to the modern home Ferm Living‘s AW15 collection tells a beautiful story about lines Happy Friday, Annie  
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spring fever.


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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keeping it colorful.


the design files. we’re on a roll with bold colors today! words cannot properly evoke the feelings i have about this fabulous dining room lucy on the design files shared (lucy always shares the good stuff). i could live here in a heartbeat — such a wonderfully eclectic mix of vintage modern — from the victorian fireplace mantel to that great contemporary... 
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guess who’s coming to dinner?


you’re all invited! here’s a look at the dining room of my new cottage dwelling at present state — again still kind of a work in progress so all comments are welcome. this room was a total man cave. woven wood blinds on the windows covering up all that nice light and brown-beige paint and wall-to-wall really gross carpet. we painted it with sherwin williams... 
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