what’s up, doc?

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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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let there be light.

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the urbanite. i’m on the hunt for a new dining room pendant fixture and i need some new wall sconces, too. but there’s so much good lighting out there right now, i’m having a tough time deciding. i’d love something simple, yet elegant and modern. and i wouldn’t mind some brass one bit. here’s a few looks i really love and think would work... 
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new and noteworthy.

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1. pink ‘stripe’ Acrylic on canvas by tracey kafka from serena & lily. the weather in L.A. has been very kindly easing me into its warmer temperatures — not too hot, mostly overcast mornings. but today the sun came out in full force, introducing what summer’s gonna really be like here in the city of hot, golden angels. so that put me in the mood... 
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that old black magic.

black-floor-lamp

i’ve been coveting one of these long arm, mid-century modern looking black lamps for some time now. there’s so many variations on these — i think one of serge mouill iconic fixtures would make me happiest of all, but i’d be happy let any one of these bright lights shine their goodness upon me. clockwise, l to r: jason koharik lamp via lawson-fleming;... 
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on my radar.

radargrouplarge

schoolhouse electric’s new Radar Sconce is adorable, in a not too cute, but more industrial kind of way. the radar sconce was inspired by a light originally used on an industrial parts washer. with its very Utilitarian simplicity, This fixture is practical, colorful and flexible — a beautiful and simple example of American industrial lighting. The Radar Sconce... 
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