get this look: earthy vintage vibes.

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looking for a warmer look around the house right now? look no further than this earthy space featured recently on vtwonen. you can get this look in some pretty easy steps — add a mix of unmatched vintage chairs, industrial lighting, slouchy leather sofas and comfy throws and pillows. some brass lighting and handmade earthenware works, too. i rounded up a few ideas for... 
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wear this there: tartine bakery.

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as a former san franciscan, i take it a little personally that tartine bakery waited for my departure before opening its huge haven of freshly baked carbs, but it’s reason enough to return. tartine bakery is possibly the worlds greatest dough, and now they have an entire location in collaboration san francisco-based heath ceramics, dedicated to the craft — of minimalistic... 
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put a chair there.

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stadshem. i do not have a thing for nightstands. i mean, they’re quite fine and everything, but i don’t hoard them. chairs on the other hand, well, that’s where i go gah gah. i don’t know what it is about chairs but they are often quite unique, and very beautiful. so, i tend to like a chair ‘as nightstand’ much better than the real thing.... 
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wear this there: lewis barbecue.

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throw us a bone — we’re craving some good ol’ BBQ. you’ll need an outfit that can get down with a serious rack of ribs for this week’s WTT, because we’re taking you to lewis barbecue in charleston, south carolina, recently featured on rue. hold the clichés. while master of barbecue john lewis is whipping up classic american carnivore favorites,... 
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rolling right along.

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rolling carts can be a home’s best friend. they’re versatile, useful and have that unexpected chic look that can’t go wrong. sure, you can use these industrial beauties for bar carts, but they can be so much more than that — a great entryway statement piece displaying your favorite collections, a green herb garden or perhaps a rustic rolling library?... 
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