at home in copenhagen.

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this is the lovely home of pernille teisbaek, writer, stylist, and editor of Look de Pernille featured in harper’s bazaar. she’s recently purchased this gorgeous loft space in copenhagen and decorated it minimally, but with a warm, welcoming vibe. when she moved from her former home, she brought with her just the things that really meant something to her —... 
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the stash masters.

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lean and meadow. i love a great looking cabinet — especially when they’ve got those see-thru doors. glass cabinets make for such conversation-starting pieces based on what you’ve got stashed inside. you could go monochromatic, as i once did, keeping nothing but white dishes and pottery inside on display, or share your eccentric and eclectic treasures. i love... 
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rolling right along.

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rolling carts can be a home’s best friend. they’re versatile, useful and have that unexpected chic look that can’t go wrong. sure, you can use these industrial beauties for bar carts, but they can be so much more than that — a great entryway statement piece displaying your favorite collections, a green herb garden or perhaps a rustic rolling library?... 
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take george nelson home with you: a giveaway.

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The beautiful Bubble lamp was designed by George Nelson in 1947 as an innovative alternative to pendant lighting. Part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the iconic mid-century pendant has stood the test the time, with a translucent shell wrapped around a modern wire frame. i’ve had pear-shaped bubble lamp for over 10 years and it’s... 
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a visit to sacramento.

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hi everyone, maia mcdonald from Bitte here, dropping in to share my new hometown, Sacramento. One of my favorite things about moving to a new city is being able to explore and uncover all the local gems. The places you can’t find anywhere else, the small shops, restaurants, artists and makers that make a place unique. Since moving to Sacramento a little over a year ago to... 
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