friday finds.

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let’s end this week on a light note, shall we? i hope you all have some fun plans in the works! i think i’m hitting the long beach flea market which always puts a spring in my weekend steps. don’t you just love shopping for unusual, quirky finds that make your home so uniquely you? i do, i do! here’s a little celebration of whimsical spaces and places... 
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mid century modern love.

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there are neighborhoods near me that are known for their beautiful mid-century modern homes — silver lake being one of them — case study homes designed by the likes of eames, Lautner and Neutra abound. they are architectural gems protected by historical societies (thank goodness) and this lovely home is one of them. featured recently on one of my favorite sites... 
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color palette: aqua + white.

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try adding some artwork for color, via domino. feeling the need to lighten up? i’ve got you covered today with another color pairing. first off, to give your house a real spring cleaning try a fresh coat of crisp white — there’s nothing like a paint job to give your home a total makeover and make it look brand new again — clean, bright, and airy. next... 
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frank is always fantastic.

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excuse me while once again i swoon over scandanavian real estate site fantastic frank. each and every apartment listed is a pure dream come true when it comes to streamlined clean design. the simple color palette acts as the perfect backdrop to the colorful life i imagine takes place in these homes. the intricate moldings frame the space, while the white floors, and black... 
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a modern castle.

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ever wondered what a 12th-century castle would look like with modern renovations? well, look no further! vt wonen recently featured the fascinating story of this french chateau located in Dirac, France and the family who lives there, which includes Isabelle and Hubert Site, owners of les petites emplettes, and their three daughters. according to Isabelle, the family first... 
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