on the down-low.


the urbanite. there’s something so comfy about a low, slouchy sectional sofa. i myself opted for a sectional when i moved to L.A. — i wanted a really cozy, comfortable place to entertain where guests felt welcome to kick off their shoes, parade around barefoot and curl up on a cozy sofa, so i bought a white one with easy to wash slipcovers. i love the look of a... 
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oh berlin boy.


this is the latest design project from vintagency — a berlin-based interior design agency. they had just a small budget but made big changes for their client – a young entrepreneur who needed help with his tiny two-room apartment in Berlin — Prenzlauer Berg. Together they created a great space with industrial charm and fun, vintage-inspired and colorful accent... 
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new from ferm living.


there’s a lovely new collection out from ferm living for Autumn/Winter 2014. This is a collection of reflections from life and the lovely things that surround us. ferm living has a true passion for well-crafted design and everyday aesthetics — “Small moments are said to make life big. Moments like enjoying a dinner with family and friends, having a good cup... 
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under construction.


i’ve long been an admirer of textiles and accessories from new york-based hable construction. i also think their name is really cool, which founders susan and kate hable named after their great grandfather’s road construction business! i have yet to meet the hable sisters in person, but kate hable and i have been tweeting each other quite a bit, so i asked if i might... 
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vintage finds for a modern world: bird and bear.


holy cow, wow. i just stumbled across Bird and Bear, the etsy shop of Brooklyn artist Joetta Maue, and her abundance of beautiful and completely unique hand embroidery blew my socks off. i totally fell for these re-purposed, hand embroidered works of art, all of which are created on one of a kind vintage linens, like hankies and tablecloths. Joette also accepts commissions... 
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