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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at home with: hawkins ny.

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for the talented couple behind Hawkins New York, Nick Blaine and Paul Denoly, reviving this 18th-century farm house in upstate new york presented yet another opportunity to blend their unique styles—a process they’re quite accustomed to as the co-founders of their home-goods store, known for its balance of modernity and warmth. i love the subtle pink palette they... 
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cuba, part two: cienfuegos, trinidad + viñales.

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at long last i’m back with cuba, part two! so sorry for the delayed post, but there were so many photos to edit, it took me a while to get through them all — and as you can tell, i still had a hard time sharing just a few. cuba has got to be one of the most picturesque places you could ever visit, and it’s hard to put your camera down. if you haven’t... 
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creative coupling.

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the eclectic decor in this apartment in paris, recently featured on socialite family, is the beautiful result of the creative coupling of Pierre Le Ny and Émilie Urbansky. the couple explains their approach to decorating their home as a perfect partnership: he shows her things, and she makes him discover others. Pierre is a both a gallerist and artists’ manager at... 
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good reads: abigail ahern.

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i’ve long embraced the brilliant genius of london-based designer abigail ahern, but somehow i’d not seen her house crush series before this week. i stumbled upon her blog series of beautiful home tours via pinterest this week and found myself lingering there perhaps a while too long — i simply couldn’t decide on what not to share, the interiors all... 
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