daddy long legs.


schottlander. well, they’re not exactly daddy long legs, but the serge mouille lighting fixtures do kind of conjure up an elegant long-legged spider, if you will. they are also my personal very favorite lamp fixture. they come in many shapes and sizes from ceiling pendants to wall sconces to his the Three-Arm Floor Lamp, first created in 1953, and each and every one... 
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at home with an australian artist.


originally a 20th-century Edwardian, this artist’s home in australia is kinda ‘business in the front, party in the back’. it may look like a more like a charming, traditional edwardian from its exterior, but inside it’s unexpected and eclectic, and out back, well that’s where the party really gets started — it looks like an artist’s... 
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le graphique très chic.


architectural digest espana. oh, art. you can be so complicated. what’s good, what’s bad, what do i like? that last question is really the only one that matters. if it’s hanging in your home, then you should probably really love it. but if you’re not up to the task of overthinking art, how about just one simple le graphique très chic? a large, bold... 
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the power of pantone.


dustjacket attic above + below. i’ve always thought it so cool how we can use color as a reflector of what’s going on in our culture. each year, color creators at pantone release their color of the year, and as you may know, in 2016 they chose not just one, but two colors: the year of rose quartz and blue serenity. it could be amongst chaos we as a culture... 
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good reads: inside out magazine.


this is one truly lovely sydney-based home with a very indoor/outdoor vibe. recently featured in australia’s inside out magazine this is a federation-era cottage, which was completely renovated into an open and airy family home. i think what makes it so special are those gorgeous floor to ceiling windows that let all that glorious light in. i’m dying to open up... 
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