let there be beautiful light.


there’s nothing worse than bad lighting. it can take you from looking your most beautiful to a frightening Frankenstein moment instantly. But Philips Lighting is introducing a new line of dimmable LED light bulbs that are a complete game changer. I always want to use LED’s for energy efficiency, but i don’t like the weird blue casting they create —... 
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the little black cabinet.


michelle patee. much like the little black dress, the black cabinet can be a lifesaver. it’s a multi-functional piece of furniture that you can dress up, or dress down. prefect for storage, but it looks good too! you can use a black cabinet in bathrooms, bedrooms, kitchen and dining areas — essentially any place in the home you need to stash some unsightly stuff... 
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print your own home decor collection.


have you ever wished you could design and create your own line of home accessories? one of a kind, personal pieces all your very own? well, Shutterfly has a new home collection that allows you to create your own unique and personal homewares. you can print photographs on pillows, plates, blankets, serving trays – a wide range of products that you can personalize any... 
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bohemian modern new yorker.

modern bohemian live work space / sfgirlbybay

at first glance this very bohemian new york apartment looks like there’s quite a lot going on. but at further inspection, it’s a space with a seemingly well-thought out cohesiveness. the color palette is lovely and while yes, there are a lot of collectibles and art on the walls here, they somehow work together in a very effortless and stylish way. even a vintage... 
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living with: frida kahlo.


Frida Kahlo, circa 1937. Photo by Nickolas Muray via csjcl riverside. as with many talented people who die young, there’s such a mysterious air around frida kahlo, and so much fascination with her life as an artist — i thought it might be fun to imagine what her home life might look like. i know she lived in the blue house which is now a museum, but i had fun re-imagining... 
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