friday finds.

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one of the things i love best about travel is collecting unique pieces of artwork from all over the world. in cuba we visited the plaza de armas which is kind of like a little flea market in a pretty, tree-lined square. they sold tons of vintage and new political, concert, and gallery event poster prints and i picked up a few for me and for friends. this week’s friday... 
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at home with: designer tracy wilkinson.

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tucked away in the hills of east los¬†angeles lives british artist and designer¬†tracy wilkinson. born in Yorkshire, england tracy is a multi-media artist and the founder of tw workshop, a collection of handmade ceramics, one of a kind furniture, home accessories, and perfectly styled soft cotton t-shirts. She lives and works in the Mount Washington neighborhood, northeast... 
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whitewashed style.

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christina greve. the thing i love about the design of all these rooms is the whitewashed canvas they’ve created to be built upon with all kinds of eclectic furnishings — especially those of the natural kind. woven textiles, tiled floors, baskets, cacti in pottery. it all looks simple and fresh, but very stylish and effortlessly chic with just a touch of a latin... 
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musical decor.

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vtwonen. there’s something so instantly charming about a room with a vintage piano in it–especially when said piano is thoughtfully adorned with a playful collection of treasures, art or plants. yes, these gorgeous musical instruments make captivating decor, what with all of the different shapes, sizes, and colors to choose from. but i think what i find most attractive... 
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at home with an australian artist.

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originally a 20th-century Edwardian, this artist’s home in australia is kinda ‘business in the front, party in the back’. it may look like a more like a charming, traditional edwardian from its exterior, but inside it’s unexpected and eclectic, and out back, well that’s where the party really gets started — it looks like an artist’s... 
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