home, at last.

HOME

it’s beginning to look a lot like home around here. after many weeks of purging and packing up 1,000 square feet to move it all about 10 blocks away, into about 600 square feet, we’re finally making some real progress. i like it here. a lot. it’s peaceful and quiet and though it’s tiny and old, i’m trying to make it into a modern cottage. i look... 
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1970′s revival.

1970's-revival

things are looking a lot like that 70′s show. from geometric to shaggy i think we’ve got a 70′s revival on our hands. clockwise l to r: amazing modular wall shelving at Little Nuffield Cafe, via design*sponge; mixed yarns, burlap, mounted on wooden frame make up this wall hanging from cold picnic; a very 70′s living room from vogue living australia;... 
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i spy: the girls guide to hunting & fishing.

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the selby. nature’s calling. oh no, sorry, not that kind of nature…just the call of the wild! you see it everywhere these days, from sheepskins to antlers, to plaid and rustic wooly throws. today, i spy the girls guide to hunting & fishing (p.s. did you read that book? most entertaining!). luke bartels. pamela duncan silver. terrain. amira fritz. {{mari}}. pottery... 
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black sheep of the family.

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meet black sheep (white light), a Purveyor of Eco-Friendly Icelandic Sheepskins. i love the look of cozy sheepskins thrown over a chair, or warming up a chilly hardwood floor. black sheep (white light) carries black, white, even spotted sheepskin throws in their shop. black sheep (white light) skins are ‘eco-friendly’ processed/tanned meeting strict EU guidelines,... 
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