at home with chessa osburn.

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today we’re dropping in on the chic, minimalist and very cozy home of Chessa Osburn, the co-founder of online shop Twenty One Tonnes, where she lives with her husband Steve and their two young children. their pretty, light-filled home is a post-war bungalow in the Hastings-Sunrise neighborhood of East Vancouver, British Columbia, built in 1945. the couple bought... 
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a carefully curated home in charleston.

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domino is crushing it again this week, with a stunning tour of interior designer & stylist elizabeth damrich’s historic 1830’s charleston, north carolina home. nothing gets my pulse racing more than sky-high ceilings and killer mouldings paired with classic modern furnishings, and elizabeth has that going on in spades. for the full beautifully curated home... 
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make way for spring mantels.

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spring is here and summer’s right around the corner, but it’s not as if you can just hide your fireplace mantel away until you need it again. it most likely still holds a pretty prominent place in your home and sometimes front and center. so its still got to look good while it’s sort of hibernating for the season’s warmer months. i recently shared... 
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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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it’s a jungle in here.

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call me ms. green jeans, but i just can’t help myself, i guess. when it comes to bringing green inside — literally and figuratively, i’m into it. whether it’s really a jungle (see above!) or a few simple house plants, a touch of green accents in textiles, paint, and artwork can go a long way towards giving you a fresh outlook on your space. and green... 
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