a victorian in queen’s park.

meet the latest from light locations — a Very serene Victorian house in Queens Park, england complete with garden summerhouse! i tend to get lost wandering the beautiful english location homes in light locations’ inventory and this one is particularly lovely and the styling spot on. the color palette has me feeling soothed, and the each vignette is styled subtlely... 
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simple restraint.

after staying in that beautiful lisbon apartment, i came home and kind of went ‘ugh’. not that i don’t love my home, because i very much do, but man, do i have a lot of ‘stuff’! living those few days in lisbon in a very simple, but also quite stunning apartment taught me that i honestly just do not need so much of these things that surround me.... 
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the stylists: mademoiselle poirot.

meet mademoiselle poirot — Carole Poirot to be exact (and yes, that is her real name). writer, stylist, and photographer of her blog by the same name. Originally from Paris, carole has previously lived in Germany and is now settled in London where she is most passionate about interiors and styling, food, painting and photography. carole quit her day job in 2014 to pursue... 
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a carefully curated home in charleston.

domino is crushing it again this week, with a stunning tour of interior designer & stylist elizabeth damrich’s historic 1830’s charleston, north carolina home. nothing gets my pulse racing more than sky-high ceilings and killer mouldings paired with classic modern furnishings, and elizabeth has that going on in spades. for the full beautifully curated home... 
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best of: one very fine site: de dujes.

via good old pinterest i stumbled onto this truly beautiful blog this weekend. have you ever visited de dujes? well, you should. it’s run by sisters, Gaétane and Gaëlle Dujardin who say “We grew up in a warm and very close family. As a family we often call ourselves ‘The Dujes’. We are there for each other through thick and thin.” I like them already.... 
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