golden hour.

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jessica tremp’s beautifully converted studio. last night i had my family over for dinner and we dined al fresco on the new patio — such a warm, wonderful evening. tonight, it’s threatening rain and i’m hunkered down under a cozy blanket. fall is in the air. and with it, that beautiful golden light. amber and rosy hues take over the hillside outside,... 
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win a joybird chair of your own design.

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design your own furniture! at los angeles-based joybird, this custom furniture company invites their customers to pick and choose their colors and fabrics for their furniture and even allows them to choose their dimensions. with over 1,000 fabric / leather / wood stain combinations, Joybird is a mid-century modern online furniture store that allows you to customize your... 
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hey mister dj, put another record on.

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manukopp + tesse barton for urban outfitters. i guess i really am in a hunkering down mood today — i can always tell when i get out the vinyl. i have an older crosley record player and i like to play the oldies but the goodies on slow weekends around the house. i put on records like joni mitchell’s miles of aisles, or some best of chet baker, and if i’m really... 
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Friday Finds.

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Top to bottom, left to right: Norm Architects’ studio is just as stunning as you’d expect A beautifully stark residence in the Black Forest, Germany Cereal’s editor shares the best kept secrets of Somerset county Louis Poulsen’s Modern lighting mixed with classic interiors A modern interpretation of Tuscon’s Barrio architecture Happy Friday, Annie  
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trending: the vintage vanity.

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royal roulette. i shared kirsten’s bathroom makeover project a short while ago, and ever since then i keep coming across similar scenarios: the vintage vanity. Kirsten used a mid-century modern credenza in place of a traditional bathroom cabinet in her client’s bathroom and added a marble top and the results were quite stunning, and honestly, surprising. i’d thought... 
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