need a sweet spot to sit? a giveaway from interior define.

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a little while back i shared a quick sneak peek at my home office, and my desperate need for a cozy sitting chair. i needed a meeting spot for guests and clients to sit and chat with me, as well as a comfy reading corner and partnered with interior define to land the look i was hoping for. my beautiful rose chair has arrived, and i couldn’t be more thrilled with it.... 
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friday finds.

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unsightly sink plumbing getting you down? never fear — the skirted kitchen curtain is here! these aren’t your granny’s kitchen sink curtains — they’re upscale and sophisticated, so if you’re stuck with a small kitchen and plumbing woes you’d just rather not see, perhaps a good weekend project would be to get out the sewing machine... 
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repurposing vintage prints.

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sometimes it’s just tricky to find the fabrics you have in your head when it comes to decorating. i often wish i could design my own patterns from my imagination, or bring back to life some of the gorgeous vintage prints they used to make. it’s kind of a lost art i often imagine recreating — i miss those cool floral prints of the 50’s and 60’s,... 
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Friday Finds: The Grid

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Today’s finds are an ode to the black and white square grid pattern we know and love. Donning a grid from top to bottom has never looked so good. Hay boxes are a beautiful way to keep things organized. Keep the bathroom simple and timeless with square tiles. This wire bin from Norm Architects makes trash look chic. Happy Friday, Annie  
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around l.a. / matteo.

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Each piece is proudly designed, created and inspected by hand here in Los Angeles. Classic, elegant and comfortable, I guarantee these MATTEO linens will quickly become your favorites. (I’m obsessed with the vintage linen line.) With sheets, duvets, table linens, baby bedding and even a small clothing line, if I could convert my entire house at once I would. You can... 
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