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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wear this there: a luz ideal.

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lisbon has long been on the bucket list, and our hearts only grow fonder for it as we stumble across more and more design gems. coffee shop a luz ideal is no different, and is immediately going on our must hit places when we do finally make it there. its owner teresa, and her architect husband are responsible for this adorable spot. its dreamy tiles remind us of old world... 
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wear this there: the penny drop.

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say ‘top o’ the morning’ to ya’ with australia’s sweetest new coffee joint — the penny drop. satisfy your caffeine cravings amongst this copper highlighted design darling that sits at the ground floor of the australian tax office building. designers of pop & pac were very literally inspired by the penny dropping. we say you don’t need... 
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cuba, part one: havana.

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i’ve returned from my trip to cuba and i’m still editing the gazillion photos i took to share with you, so please induldge me a bit — there’s just too many photos not to share! i thought i’d break down the trip a little at a time because honestly, this trip was so magical, it’s taking me some time to process all that we saw and did. havana,... 
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home from cuba!

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greetings one and all!! i returned from cuba last night and am still gathering my wits about me this morning, so no posts today but i wanted to check in and say hello! after being relatively offline for a week my to-do list is long and my brain quite foggy, but i can’t wait to share what an amazing, and as it turns out, historical time to be in cuba. i’ll be back... 
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