muted sometimes speaks volumes.


domino magazine. i love interior decor that while very muted, can speak volumes. these interiors, for instance have very neutral color schemes, but there’s something uniquely beautiful in all of them. the dining room above doesn’t have a lot of color, but that dining set is fabulous and still allows for the view to steal the show — as well it should! a great... 
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thoughts for a friday.


jean baptiste sinniger. i grew up in southern california. so i am a beach girl at heart, growing up with a love for surf culture. there’s a certain hue to real beach culture and i think of it like the silvery sage that grows in the soft sand dunes, and the color of the sky reflecting on those aqua waves. it’s kind of muted the beach i have in mind. it’s calm... 
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i just keep on coveting.


this month’s covet garden features the inspiring home of michael, a much sought after catering chef in the toronto area and a true renaissance man. his talents seem to be endless — from his amazing styling skills around the home mixing industrial, mid-century modern and vintage finds of all kinds, to cooking, sewing and a maker of all things beautiful, including... 
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butterflies are free.


i’ve always been attracted to the mid-century modern butterfly chair. as a kid i think my parents had them on our backyard patio (flip them over and they have the makings for a great fort). they are the perfect chair for a high-low mix like you see in this glamourous high-ceilinged living room photographed by line klein for rum magazine. i love the unexpected contrast... 
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in my dreams, i live here: modern surf shack.


it’s really, really cold here in san francisco right now. i know, you’re thinking california wusses, right? but it’s all relative and i’m freezing, typing away wearing a wool beanie — inside my house. so in my dreams i live here, in a warm beach shack, somewhere on the coast with lots sunshine streaming in and the gentle sound of lapping waves... 
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