i could live here: timeless chic in uruguay.

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hola, si here, from the french by design blog. are you ready for a new “i could live here” house tour? since spring is taking its time to show up for many of us this year, i figured we could dose up on some vitamin d, so we’re heading to sunny uruguay for a unique house tour where concrete, neon and timeless style take the center stage. andrea and marlo acquired this... 
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i could live here: a converted waffle factory in lille.

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i went all oh la la when i discovered this house tour. it has all the components i love in an interior: scandinavian design, 1950s industrial elements, factory building features, and to top it off, it’s in france — ok, i may slightly be biased on this last feature, i’ll admit. moments away from europe’s largest flea market, known as ‘la braderie’ —... 
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i could live here: the thrifted home.

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hello, si from the french by design blog here. today’s i could live here home tour is going to please vintage lovers and thrift shoppers because we’re visiting the home of professional antique hunters mark and sally baileys, located in Wales. this is the new home of mark and sally baileys, from baileys home and garden, and authors of bestselling interior design books.... 
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i could live here : casual living in lyon.

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hello, si from the french by design blog here for a new i could live here tour. today, we’re heading to lyon, france to visit a big and impressive 18th century flat remodeled to fit a modern family. helen is a decorator. she fell in love with this impressive apartment located in the heart of the city of lyon, france. what attracted her, apart from the very central city location,... 
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i could live here: bauhaus in kensington.

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valentine and regis live in kensington, one of most affluent districts of london. their home, more bauhaus than its 1950s origins, is a modern masterpiece brilliantly remodeled by gumuchdjian architects – and their terrace full of palms and other exotic plants is just divine; you can hardly believe you are in the heart of london. special mention for regis’s paint studio... 
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