i could live here: a converted waffle factory in lille.

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i went all oh la la when i discovered this house tour. it has all the components i love in an interior: scandinavian design, 1950s industrial elements, factory building features, and to top it off, it’s in france — ok, i may slightly be biased on this last feature, i’ll admit. moments away from europe’s largest flea market, known as ‘la braderie’ —... 
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life in instagrams.

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i’ve been following san francisco-based lifestyle and wedding photographer cindy loughridge around flickr for years — many years. because the first time i saw her work i was smitten. her lighting, the composition, the colors are all sublime. cindy can make the most ordinary, mundane subject matter look like something you just want to live in. her instagrams are... 
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tuesday’s girl: matsuki kousuke.

i love the work of japanese photographer matsuki kousuke. Born in Suita-shi, Osaka, matsuki’s fashion photographs and rather unconventional, and capture the most beautiful natural light and composition. i find his photographs so soothing and peaceful to view and i am completely inspired by their simplicity and sense of style. i hope you will be too. for his complete... 
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the forest feast.

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After several years working as a food photographer in New York City, shooting for cookbooks, magazines, restaurants, and The New York Times Dining section, Erin Gleeson moved to a cabin in the woods of Northern California, inspiring the forest feast. Inspired by all the local ingredients available in the bay area, erin creates simple, beautiful, healthy recipes that anyone... 
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the shutterbugs: mikkel mortensen.

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i love this work from danish photographer MIKKEL MORTENSEN. his photographs kind of remind me of a pastel winter wonderland — everything pale and pristine, like the furniture and beautiful accessories just landed there like freshly fallen snow, no footprints, no sign of mankind. everyone has just left the building, including the photographer. too much? regardless of... 
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