let there be light! a giveaway from katy skelton.

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jones single sconce — available in Black, Off-White and White. you may have seen katy skelton’s modern homeware designs on the blog before, she’s a furniture designer based in Savannah, Georgia that designs and sells beautiful american-made homeware products with social responsibility in mind — products that come from socially sustainable and responsible... 
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at home in amsterdam.

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this is just one of the coolest spaces i’ve seen in a while. featured on vtwonen it’s the historic 1892 home of artist Jasper Krabbé in amsterdam. it reminded me a little bit of the malibu airbnb i stayed in a few months ago — mostly because of the big abstract canvas paintings, which i’m coveting — why can’t i paint like that? the artist’s... 
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daddy long legs.

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schottlander. well, they’re not exactly daddy long legs, but the serge mouille lighting fixtures do kind of conjure up an elegant long-legged spider, if you will. they are also my personal very favorite lamp fixture. they come in many shapes and sizes from ceiling pendants to wall sconces to his the Three-Arm Floor Lamp, first created in 1953, and each and every one... 
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bedside manners.

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THE APARTMENT BY THE LINE, in / out blog. i place quite a bit of importance on my bedside table — i like it to be uncluttered, with my favorite things nearby: current reading material and journal, candles, night mask (very important!) and good lighting. i have a thing for cool looking lamps and have a collection of all shapes and sizes. my bedside pendant lamps are from... 
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on my radar.

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schoolhouse electric’s new Radar Sconce is adorable, in a not too cute, but more industrial kind of way. the radar sconce was inspired by a light originally used on an industrial parts washer. with its very Utilitarian simplicity, This fixture is practical, colorful and flexible — a beautiful and simple example of American industrial lighting. The Radar Sconce... 
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