what’s up, doc?

hd1

every single thing i see from the denmark-based house doctor is just so lovely. so, this is my desperate-sounding plea for them to please find distribution here in the united states! i think they’d do smashingly well here — so how about it, doc? we need a spot to shop house doctor stateside! their collections are vast, and so well-designed — from accessories... 
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make mine rattan.

PEACE1

KK living. ever since i scored this 1950’s vintage bamboo daybed, i find myself more and more into rattan these days, and so i wondered what’s the difference between wicker and rattan. i did a little digging and via home edit, i discovered that Rattan is a specific material, hence rattan furniture is crafted out of rattan only, but wicker furniture may be crafted... 
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le petite flea | the return.

vintage-crystal-ice-bucket

once upon a time, i ran le petite flea, a vintage etsy shop where i shared all the collectibles i either handed down to the shop from my home, or discovered on my flea market follies. it was fun, however it was a little more than i could manage and run the blog too — but i now have a trusty partner, jeannine giordan to help keep le petite flea managed smoothly. so my... 
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at the round table.

mrs-jones

i love dinner parties, don’t you? i think most of the time, i’d much prefer gathering friends at home, over eating at a restaurant. it’s just so much more intimate, and the conversation isn’t drowned out by the clatter of a bustling cafe, buzzing with other diners’ chatter. and i like a round table best of all. i imagine that’s why the literary... 
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oh, oyoy.

polka-dot-bedding-oyoy

i’m more than a little in love with oyoy living design. very typically danish design, but nothing ordinary about it. and they’re styling is spot on too! OYOY is a newly established interior design company, their vision being to design functional products in high quality materials with beautiful colours and shapes. The name OYOY is inspired by the letters OY, which... 
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