living simply with plants.

these days it seems one can never have too many houseplants. it’s almost as if plants are the new black. personally, i don’t have a ton of plants on the inside (but plenty to care for on the outside!) and i like my plant life a little dialed back inside. a simple, maybe more sophisticated display of houseplants — for instance all clustered together in one... 
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wear this there: les trois cochons.

french food, and nordic design — has there ever been a better combo? les trois cochons makes us question everything that came before it. perfect minty tiles, rich looking leather seating, you’re almost satiated by just a peek. this copenhagen based restaurant serves up delicious classic francophile dishes, and great wines. sounds like an international date night is... 
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bucket list.

it’s probably no secret that i have a thing for rattan, and especially when it arrives in the shape of a bucket-shaped chair. they come vintage or brand new, in all sorts of shapes and sizes, and sometimes in other materials too — like the ever-popular Acapulco chair which is sometimes made from cotton cord, or woven vinyl and even leather — i have a few... 
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light and lovely small space design.

this cozy attic apartment would be categorized as petite but oh-so-pretty! designed and decorated by nimó design studio in cheerful pastels to keep this small home in Madrid light and lovely, with lots of inspiring and creative storage ideas for you small home dwellers. the long built-in bench also serves as a sweet space to stash beautiful baskets to keep their belongings... 
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working from home with eero.

as you know, i recently turned my home office into a guest bedroom. and while i have admitted to missing my desk area just a bit, it’s been a fun and freeing experience for the most part. i love popping open my laptop to work whenever inspiration strikes. sometimes this means working from the comfort of my bed (warning: this requires a lot of self-control, as the urge... 
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