lightening up.

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design hunter. occasionally, it just feels good to lighten up. clear the clutter out, and let your ‘signature’ pieces speak for themselves in a monochromatic environment. a cool white slouchy sofa, or your prettiest pendant lamp — your favorite artwork for instance. these spaces all do that, but they don’t come across as cold either. just simple, calm... 
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le graphique très chic.

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architectural digest espana. oh, art. you can be so complicated. what’s good, what’s bad, what do i like? that last question is really the only one that matters. if it’s hanging in your home, then you should probably really love it. but if you’re not up to the task of overthinking art, how about just one simple le graphique très chic? a large, bold... 
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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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the fine art of lounging.

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david kohn architects’ stable acre. oh, i just love a good piece of statement furniture, and i would have to say the chaise lounge really does take the cake. from marie antoinette, to marianne faithful the fine art of lounging has always come second to a good piece to recline on. i find inspiration in all loungers whether it be clean modern lines, or a classic mid-century... 
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such great heights.

my domaine. i’ve always dreamed of having super tall ceilings. the ones, like some of these, that have that beautiful crown molding around the perimeter of the room, and killer pendant lamps swinging from ornate ceiling medallions. tall doors, too — i just love that look. i have tall ceilings in my living room and bedroom, but mine are exposed white beams —... 
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