plant life.

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kimberley dhollander and philippe corthout, via de dujes. commonly popular in the late 1970s or early 1980s, very bohemian fern bars were everywhere. we probably watched chrissy, jack and janet barhop through a few of these lush pubs. houseplants got huge in the late 70’s too, and much like fashion of that era (high waisted jeans, anyone?) they’re back in a big... 
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artisté du jour: nathalie lété.

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have you ever seen the whimsical work of artist nathalie lété? you may have, but just not realized it was her lovely work — because nathalie has a line of dishware, aprons, kitchen accessories, and even mushroom forest wallpaper at anthropolgie and has collaborated in many other art forms throughout her years as an artist and designer. Nathalie Lete lives and works... 
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the mexico collection.

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i’m such a big fan of the citizenry. not only are their furniture and homeware collections beautiful, but they have partnered with makers all over the world — from uganda, and peru, to argentina, and now this collection from mexico, to bring you the best designs, using only local materials by establishing sustainable relationships with their master artisans. the... 
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whiter shade of pale.

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circa lighting. i don’t know why i’m always so drawn to white, but maybe because it just looks so fresh — like a rainstorm just came through and washed everything clean — making it brand new again. it also looks ultra calming, so i get a very restful and relaxed feeling in a white room. it’s why i paint all my walls white these days (benjamin... 
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hey mister dj, put another record on.

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manukopp + tesse barton for urban outfitters. i guess i really am in a hunkering down mood today — i can always tell when i get out the vinyl. i have an older crosley record player and i like to play the oldies but the goodies on slow weekends around the house. i put on records like joni mitchell’s miles of aisles, or some best of chet baker, and if i’m really... 
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