i have a thing for these mirrors.

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charlie forever. every time i see one of these uniquely shaped mirrors i’m suddenly stopped dead in my tracks. there’s just something so striking, and so feminine about the curve and shape of their pretty brass frames. i did a bit of research on them and i believe they are called an F.A.33 mirror, originally designed by the legendary designer Gio Ponti in 1933... 
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repurposed bohemian treasure.

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milk magazine. one of the greatest things about previously-loved, secondhand goods is that you’re giving new life to old things — and not just consuming new products for a change — which is nice to do when you get the chance. plus, vintage always has a better boho vibe. i cruised around chairish to hunt for bohemian modern treasure and hit the motherlode.... 
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see mornings in a new light.

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my morning coffee moment is always a favorite ritual of mine. before the dog walk, before anything else really, i like the smell and taste of that warm cup of coffee. there’s good news for busy, and lazy, mornings — Nespresso is launching two brand new breakfast coffees for their VertuoLine range. you can see mornings in a new light with their new Solelio and Giornio... 
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made you blush.

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rum magazine. blush pink appears to hold its position as the ‘color du jour’, and i’m just seeing it everywhere. it’s a color that can go super sophisticated — especially paired with navy blue or black — but is also easily adaptable for a very youthful and feminine look for say a teenage bedroom. these looks today are on the sophisticated... 
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bohemian minimalist in madrid.

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this tranquil but very bohemian-feeling loft apartment is right up my alley. featured in architectural digest españa and designed by studio nimú it’s got a fresh, modern and minimalist look but certainly an artsy vibe, too. located in the Malasaña neighborhood of Madrid, Spain its exposed beamed ceilings paired with all those sunkissed whitewashed walls and pale pastels... 
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