things that make my heart sing.


just a few things making my heart sing lalalalala this week: minty fresh chairs, via nordic leaves; Wooden Mini Bowl set from wind and willow home; zangra porcelain light socket with neon orange cord; and these neon wooden bowls, also from wind and willow home. a wondrous collection of mix and match chairs, via lily. a merry mishap’s rad hand cut geometric stacking... 
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the new bohemians.


sometimes all it takes to liven up a room and add a bohemian touch is one big bang! start with a neutral palette and add a signature piece that everybody will immediatley be inquiring about. or add lots of pattern and color — like anthropologie’s amalia stripes pillow and some fun fuzzy love, like their fleece flounce pillows. hang a bold piece of artwork, or prominently... 
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hello everyone! it’s danielle from the jealous curator, back again to hang a little bit of art. so, i’m about to move into a new home, and my plan is to paint the bedroom a warm grey, so you better believe i repinned this image the second i found it {via bolig magazine}: ooh, i ♥ this bedroom {featured on the blog of danish stylist camille tange} – but... 
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excuse me, may i have a light?


besides my addiction for chairs of all shapes, sizes and eras, i now seem to have developed a bit of a thing for lamps, lighting, pendants, and fixtures of all kinds. oh dear. where to put them all? what to light up next? it’s problematic, really, but they just make so many interesting lighting options these days. from schoolhouse electric, to patrick townsend, to brendan... 
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the beautiful caravaggio pendant – a giveaway.


Denmark-based Lightyears lamps are designed by some of Scandinavia’s most innovative designers, and the Caravaggio lamp designed by Cecilie Manz is one of their most popular, and most beautiful pendant lamps. and some great news for you — Lightyears has very kindly offered to host a sfgirlbybay reader giveaway for one Caravaggio P1 black pendant lamp, like the... 
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