erica tanov’s tumblr.

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Stylist Jadwiga Pokryszka’s home via vintagency. every once in a while i stumble onto tumblr pages belonging to artists, designers, and photographers and always find it so interesting to see what inspires them. this was orla kiely’s tumblr i posted a while back, and i thought it might make a fun regular post to peek inside the inspiring minds of talented artists... 
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at home with ginger founder lisa fontaine.

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lisa fontaine makes up one half of ginger’s (a very covetable caftan company) business duo. it’s no doubt her style is dynamic, and bright — just take a peek at her designs. that’s why we were thrilled to see a peek into her home photographed by michelle drewes, and ask her a few burning questions about life as a designer and lady of style. sfgirl: describe... 
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i spy: shadows & light.

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sophie tajan. yesterday i snapped this instagram of the light in my bathroom at a certain perfect time of day, and couldn’t help but think of the word ‘dappled’. such a pretty word, and a pretty kind of light. so today, we’re all about shadows and light. i love the unexpected surprises and the art directed precision lighting that photographers can capture... 
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good reads: dwell.

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i think of this incredible retreat as more of an adult playhouse, than a grownup’s home — with everything you ever dreamed of coming to life in one very stunning setting. recently featured in dwell magazine , and photographed beautifully by brian w. ferry — one of my favorite photographers, this is a modern rustic home and barn, complete with its own ‘sauna... 
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slow living at goddards.

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Today I’m sharing photos from a recent trip to Goddards House in the idyllic town of Abinger Common in Surrey. Located 45 minutes south of London, this tranquil country estate was our home for a creative slow living retreat with food photographer and stylist Beth Kirby of Local Milk. Built between 1898-1900 and later expanded in 1910, the two-level house is comprised... 
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