warm and woodsy.

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i quite like the warm vibes these rooms give off. they ‘ve achieved that feeling mostly from the vintage inspired wood furniture featured quite prominently in them, but sometimes just from those warm brown hues. i also like that though they feature woodsy pieces they’ve got a vintage modern edge to them so one could never call them ‘country’ —... 
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restored by the fords.

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this is fabulous home of Los Angeles–based interior designer Leanne Ford featured recently on domino and photographed beautifully by one of my favorites, nicole franzen. her 1945 farmhouse is a white-washed dream and filled to the brim with an enviable stash of vintage collectibles. after seeing this space, i was not only inspired to hit the flea market this weekend seeking... 
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at home with lizzie fortunato.

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i continue to be so inspired by jenni kayne’s blog, rip & tan. they’ve recently posted an inspiring peek inside the beautiful home of designer Lizzie Fortunato, who along with her sister Kathryn creates unique handcrafted accessories that use unexpected materials from an array of cultures around the world. her eclectic, Art-Filled Brooklyn Brownstone is just... 
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good reads: the latest issue of est.

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do you read australian design est magazine? if not, it’s time to tune in, because issue #24 of est is a good one — exploring global home styles from cape town to mallorca and on to sydney. one of my favorite features, and there were many, is this modern rustic cape town gem. it has all the elements i love — an earthy Scandinavian vibe, and a farmhouse mix... 
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get this look: earthy vintage vibes.

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looking for a warmer look around the house right now? look no further than this earthy space featured recently on vtwonen. you can get this look in some pretty easy steps — add a mix of unmatched vintage chairs, industrial lighting, slouchy leather sofas and comfy throws and pillows. some brass lighting and handmade earthenware works, too. i rounded up a few ideas for... 
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