modern moroccan: get the look.

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amber interiors. i recently posted about a trend i’m seeing quite a lot of — modern moroccan vibes. it’s a look that’s easy on the eyes, and affordable to achieve, too. i thought i’d search chairish for a way to get that laid back kind of sacred black & white space, and found it was a very accessible vibe to recreate with the loads of layered... 
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friday finds.

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it’s been an unusually rainy week here in L.A. and i’m¬†in the mood for something bright — a dash of pink, perhaps? this week’s friday¬†finds are on the quirky side, but quite stylish and a little bit sassy — in my humble opinion. i’m so ready for the weekend after one very weird week. it’s the long beach flea market on sunday, too,... 
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the ace panama.

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Shortly after my trip to Cuba with Victoria, I ventured over to Panama City for a quick couple of days before returning home. My hotel of choice: the American Trade also known as one of the Ace Hotels. Today I’m sharing some snaps I captured of this exquisite property. Located in one of the most beautiful landmark buildings in Casco Viejo (old town), the American Trade... 
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a perfectly eclectic paris apartment.

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this is not my beautiful home, but if it were, i think i might have difficulty deciding just where to sit. do i recline dramatically on that dreamy divan, or perch myself properly in one of those lovely leather chairs? every inch of this nineteenth-floor apartment in paris is just stunning, but not in a super fussy way. in fact, it looks most inviting to me with its eclectic... 
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whitewashed style.

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christina greve. the thing i love about the design of all these rooms is the whitewashed canvas they’ve created to be built upon with all kinds of eclectic furnishings — especially those of the natural kind. woven textiles, tiled floors, baskets, cacti in pottery. it all looks simple and fresh, but very stylish and effortlessly chic with just a touch of a latin... 
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