don’t mind my black soul.

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vogue australia. whoa, am i ever in one of those moods today. you know the ones — where just about everything sets you off and you’re a real cranky pants? yeah, that one. i’m generally not a moody person at all, so when i turn to the dark side it really affects me and i really notice it. and i don’t like it one little bit. don’t worry, it’s... 
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the makings of modern cabin.

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trendir. there’s nothing that says cozy quite like a cabin nestled somewhere remote(ish) and made up of the ever stylish and still on trend plywood. with that freshly cut look, this is hardly someone’s old fishing cabin in the woods — think modernist and sleek. paired with mid-century modern furnishings, other minimal materials such as concrete, and a statement... 
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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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take george nelson home with you: a giveaway.

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The beautiful Bubble lamp was designed by George Nelson in 1947 as an innovative alternative to pendant lighting. Part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the iconic mid-century pendant has stood the test the time, with a translucent shell wrapped around a modern wire frame. i’ve had pear-shaped bubble lamp for over 10 years and it’s... 
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homepolish creates a sweet space.

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homepolish, interior designers du jour are a great resource when you’re looking for either online or in-person help designing your home at attainable, affordable prices. i’ve seen loads of their projects since they’ve launched with over 500 designers on board — alumni of the best schools and design firms around the country, but this has to be one of... 
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