eclectic is in.

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one thing i can tell you having just returned from london and paris — eclectic is in! not that it ever went out of style, especially in european corners of the world, but i found myself uber-inspired by what’s going on over there especially in terms of their madcap mix of genres, color and pattern. one of my favorite resources for that kind of home inspiration... 
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best of: black + white with style all over.

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schumacher pyne hollyhock chitnz print, via lonny magazine. i was most inspired by this feature on lonny editor in chief michelle adam’s feminine but bold bedroom. i mean, you’re taking chances when you pair rose chintz and leopard and a polkadot print, am i right? but this works quite beautifully and screams style. she used schumacher’s pyne hollyhock chitnz... 
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pop goes the art.

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kikette interiors. when it comes to poster art, i love a strong, bold graphic — especially ones reminiscent of a 1960-70’s pop art vibe — a colorful, interesting mix of great type treatments, and avant-garde┬áprint and pattern. i took the liberty of photoshopping in some fun poster art prints into some of these room images, and i like what i see. there’s... 
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the boho bedroom.

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my domaine. i always think of the boho bedroom as a representation of a life well lived — flea market finds, personal artifacts from your favorite travels, all nestled together with some modern pieces to perfect the balance. it’s a healthy mix of texture and just the right amount of vibrant colors. this look is easier achieved than one might think — because... 
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bedside manners.

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THE APARTMENT BY THE LINE, in / out blog. i place quite a bit of importance on my bedside table — i like it to be uncluttered, with my favorite things nearby: current reading material and journal, candles, night mask (very important!) and good lighting. i have a thing for cool looking lamps and have a collection of all shapes and sizes. my bedside pendant lamps are from... 
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