darkly delicious.

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new york times t magazine. i’m back at it — vacillating back and forth about my kitchen redesign and find myself debating dark cabinetry. i really like the nice bright white kitchen, but i do find these darkly delicious versions quite attractive, too. these kitchens all have a flair for the dramatic and i can see cooking up a storm here with a nice glass of cabernet... 
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wear this there: no197 chiswick fire station.

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somewhere in good ol’ london there’s a darling abandoned fire station turned hot new hangout. cool kids seeking swanky cocktails, and a hearty meal head to no197 chiswick fire station — it won’t disappoint. the interiors are aesthetic perfection from the pomegranate velvet chairs, to the casually cornered greenery. bring out your retro best for fall with... 
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wear this there: casa bonay.

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barcelona has a brand spankin’ new cool-kid on the block, and we’re dying to spend the night. casa bonay is a boutique hotel transformed from the mansion once owned by the bonay family. in keeping with its original charm, and just adding some swagger here and there, the place is now in full swing and accepting visitors (pick us!). we’re most enchanted by... 
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le graphique très chic.

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architectural digest espana. oh, art. you can be so complicated. what’s good, what’s bad, what do i like? that last question is really the only one that matters. if it’s hanging in your home, then you should probably really love it. but if you’re not up to the task of overthinking art, how about just one simple le graphique très chic? a large, bold... 
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there’s something about harlequin.

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handbag designer carolina l. iriarte’s fabulous floors, via freunde von freunden (above + below). i have this thing for harlequin patterns. i’m not sure why i love them so much, but perhaps it stems from my family’s days in the circus. oh no, i kid you not, we had a circus. taschen has a book dedicated to the circus with a harlequin print cover — i... 
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