Laurel & Wolf at The San Francisco Shipyard.

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san francisco’s shipyard is looking much more than shipshape these days — thanks to a beautiful collaboration between long-time home builder Lennar (building since 1954!) and the interior design services of Laurel & Wolf. the online designers have beautifully designed a few of the new model homes for Lennar’s new San Francisco Shipyard properties, which... 
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get the look: a killer pad in copenhagen.

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i fell hard for this classic Scandinavian apartment belonging to designer Hanne Bloch featured on bo bedre. those serge moille lighting fixtures, that covet-worthy white tufted mid-century modern lounger, the eames dining chairs — all of it works perfectly together, and i wondered how one might go about getting the look. a great plush green leather sofa, some beautiful... 
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make my bed zen.

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circa lighting. each and every one of these rooms have something in common. not just that as i write this i’ve got the monday blues and just feel like crawling under their covers — they’re all just so zen. not much color to speak of, and many of them have an almost rustic vibe — using shiplap or exposed beams and molding gives these bedrooms the feeling... 
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a home of hidden treasures.

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it’s hard to imagine now, but this beautiful home featured on VT Wonen had once housed an accounting firm — but hidden beneath its rough surface was a treasure trove of the home’s original features. when the new owners went to investigate, they discovered a beautiful parquet wood floor buried under layers of old linoleum, and all glass doors that had been... 
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at home in the hamptons: the line.

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i’ve never been to the hamptons before. have you? i’ve heard about the beachy getaway forever and a day (hello, carrie bradshaw!) so perhaps i’ll get there eventually. Nestled near the easternmost tip of New York’s Long Island, Amagansett was established by farmers and fishermen before being developed as a summer resort in the late nineteenth century. The... 
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