Friday Finds

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Top to bottom, left to right: Scandinavian interior stylist Minna Jones’ home away from home Multidisciplinary artist and designer Alyson Fox’s small town Texan retreat An exposed staircase that strikingly bridges efficient living spaces Marble countertops paired with plywood cabinets in this kitchen refresh Waffle weave bed linens — a subtle... 
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unexpected guests: janet berggren.

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this is a very charming Russian Hill cottage (circa 1884) that perfectly captures the mood of quintessential San Francisco. belonging to janet berggren and her husband hans — who lovingly restored the 1200-square foot home to modern standards while keeping the charm of the period. having liver here for the last 8-1/2 years, they’ve furnished it with a collection... 
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I COULD LIVE HERE : A MINIMALIST LOFT IN MILAN.

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ciao*! si from the french by design blog here for a ‘i could live here’ house tour. ready? ok, pack your bags… we’re heading to milan, italy, today. just when you think that as a blogger, you’ve already seen it all, and nothing can surprise you any longer, your ego is put back in its place by an amazing interior that makes your eyes shine and your heart skip a beat.... 
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i could live here : a remodeled roof-top flat in paris.

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hello, si from the french by design blog here. Today, in this regular “i could live here” series, we’re heading to paris, france. attachez vos ceintures* and bon voyage! oh, now that’s another place i could easily live in! this is the home of isabelle, matthieu, and their 4-year-old son, arsène. isabelle and her companion are both architects, and transformed the... 
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old brand new.

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home is a playground where you can have fun creating and collecting beautiful things. everything in your home should be things you absolutely love. and you don’t need to rob a bank to make your home look beautiful. it just takes some creativity and patience. my thing is decorating on a shoestring budget. try scouring flea markets and thrift stores for rad furniture or... 
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