pitter pattern.

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whether it’s a fluffy carpet under foot, or the pitter pattern of a pretty tiled floor, it’s a grand start to giving your room a bold personality. if the ground beneath your feet has color and texture everything else takes on a bohemian vibe that’s easy to build on. naturally, you’ll want to consider your color palette but you can either keep the rest... 
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still life.

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let’s keep things simple today, shall we? i love these still life vignettes.  i tend to think a clean, clear space opens the mind and allows us to soak up fresh, new ideas and keep our creativity sharp. have you ever read that book the artist’s way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity?  it’s got some wonderful ideas including the practice of ‘morning... 
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modern day handmade heirlooms.

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Rebecca Atwood has always loved quilts and their sense of history. Growing up, there was a crazy quilt hanging next to her parent’s dining room table that was from her mom’s side of the family, and she was fascinated with it and its different triangular fabrics. Her mom also made her own quilts for Rebecca and her sisters with big squares in happy colors. Needless to say,... 
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trending: gray days.

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i can’t help but notice gray these days — and not just the stormy skies. it’s been raining a lot in L.A. lately, but what i’m talking about is all the gray kitchens i’ve seen popping up on pinterest. it’s a really pretty look and very easy on the eyes. paired with posh carerra marble countertops and bright white walls, gray gives a range... 
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at home in milan.

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this is the art-filled apartment of a true renaissance man — architect, collector, and gallerist NICOLAS BELLAVANCE-LECOMPTE. his stylish home in milan, italy is a kind of gallery of its own — filled with covetable collectibles like Lindsey Adelman lighting, chairs designed by the likes of gio ponti, Egon Eiermann, and Franco Albini. it’s an eclectic mix... 
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