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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club mediterranean.

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masseria cimino photographed by ditte isager. each and every time i take a gander at images of masseria cimino in puglia, it gets me in the mood for club med. not the packaged vacation per se, just the beautiful, laid-back Mediterranean vibe you find in italy’s southern region — right down in the heel of its boot, known for its whitewashed hill towns and miles... 
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good reads: foraged flora.

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what happens when one of your favorite floral designers and the co-founder of remodelista team up with one of your photography idols? a beautiful new book: Foraged Flora: A Year of Gathering and Arranging Wild Plants and Flowers by Louesa Roebuck and Sarah Lonsdale and gorgeously photographed by Laurie Frankel. i’m so inspired by this kind of rogue flower arranging that... 
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friday finds.

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’tis friday folks, and i’m ready for the weekend! it’s been a nice week though — i found out i won bloglovin’s best home decor blog which both shocks and thrills me, and i so appreciate all of you who so kindly voted. i’m also planning a few of my favorite things — a little gardening time which always chills me out, some reading (all... 
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modern photography.

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clement pascal. i’m always in for bringing the outside indoors — you’re no stranger to the multitude of inspirational images out there of different ways to decorate with flora. but this time around i’m sayin’ bring it all inside with your favorite photographers’ outdoor snapshots. these days there’s no shortage of amazingly affordable... 
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