A Bathroom is Reborn.

bathroom remodel / sfgirlbybay

I’ve got the teeny tiniest bathroom and have been trying to brainstorm on how to remodel it to add more space. So when interior stylist and beloved blogger Kirsten Grove of Simply Grove sent me photos of her recent remodel project I was inspired! The space was once a bedroom, and her client needed a master bath so they split the bedroom in half to create the bathroom.... 
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creative coupling in copenhagen.


this is the bright and airy copenhagen-based home of a creative couple living and their young daughter, featured recently on bolig liv. a wonderful mix of bright and bold color paired with some lovely danish-modern touches — like that great mid-century sideboard, eames chairs and the pair of Kaare Klint Safari Chairs – a gift from their family. naturally, i’m... 
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the new case study fiberglass demi table + a giveaway


meet modernica’s brand new Case Study® Fiberglass Demi Table. isn’t she sweet? i just love this versatile little table. handcrafted in los angeles, Modernica constructs each tabletop with eleven layers of laminated hardwoods and bevels the exposed wood edge. these lightweight occasional tables are perfect solutions for flexible use spaces — cocktail table,... 
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looks like this chair’s on vacation.


from modernhaus design, The Memory of a Circle chair is based on their idea that we are innately drawn to the circle; that we seek out roundness and need it in our environment. Its comforting and uncomplicated shape provides relief from linear life and looks good everywhere. like pancakes? like a beautiful full moon? perhaps! its Remarkably comfortable, minimalist silhouette... 
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beach hut sophisticate.

homestead seattle. sometimes when i think about beach house style, i like to think in terms of a more sophisticated color palette. instead of say nautical blue, i think neutrals, black, white — the colors of sand, black coral, thatched huts, and the color of the ocean under the moonlight. ever since my trip to tulum i’ve been obsessed, and strongly impacted by... 
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