the ground beneath my feet.

beldi-rugs

you know i tried to go all black and white and minimal when i moved into the cottage, right? well that didn’t last long. i don’t know if i’ve got spring fever or what, but i’ve gone bold, people. i still love my souk rug, so i simply moved it to the bedroom, and then — wait for it — i went in the complete opposite direction and added a couple... 
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at home with greta bean.

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welcome to Greta Bean, a beautiful homewares shop with a mix of vintage and new, and a love for uniquely personal items for home and body. at Greta Bean they believe that mixing old with new, and adding a touch of the unexpected make a house a home, and they recently shot this lookbook with photographer jose villa and styled by kate from Flower Wild to demonstrate —... 
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i could live here: a converted waffle factory in lille.

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i went all oh la la when i discovered this house tour. it has all the components i love in an interior: scandinavian design, 1950s industrial elements, factory building features, and to top it off, it’s in france — ok, i may slightly be biased on this last feature, i’ll admit. moments away from europe’s largest flea market, known as ‘la braderie’ —... 
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meanwhile, back at the apartment.

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here’s a look at their latest spring inventory at the apartment. a while ago i posted about Tina Seidenfaden Busck’s brilliant concept store, the apartment — a flat in central copenhagen which was restored beautifully by tina seidenfaden busck and pernille hornhaver, who now use it not to live in, but to showcase their amazing inventory of uniquely beautiful... 
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i could live here: the thrifted home.

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hello, si from the french by design blog here. today’s i could live here home tour is going to please vintage lovers and thrift shoppers because we’re visiting the home of professional antique hunters mark and sally baileys, located in Wales. this is the new home of mark and sally baileys, from baileys home and garden, and authors of bestselling interior design books.... 
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