the ever-inspiring arch.

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the urbanite. arches are just so pleasing to the eye — don’t you agree? whether they’re arched alcoves, doorways, windows or some other architectural wonder, i find them to look just splendid. the curve of an arch is just so special — like it took just a little more effort to achieve. i’m starting my remodel of my bathroom and back bedrooms (more... 
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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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wear this there: sfmoma.

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as the gateway to modern art, SFMOMA is always one we suggest to visiting friends and readers. Now even more so because our favorite landmark got a wee bit of a facelift. home to warhols, and rothkos alike it now houses a richard serra installation. they upgraded to an in-house sightless coffee bar, and a three michelin starred destination called in situ. why not try to blend... 
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bohemian paris.

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my very much beloved and favorite decor magazine milk decoration just featured the exotic and uber-eclectic paris apartment of Sophie Duruflé, CEO of the Parisian brand, Isabel Marant. talk about your bohemian paradise – chez Duruflé is a well-curated collection of vintage oddities, that all work quite well together, especially if you’ve got a taste for the unexpected.... 
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pop goes the art.

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kikette interiors. when it comes to poster art, i love a strong, bold graphic — especially ones reminiscent of a 1960-70’s pop art vibe — a colorful, interesting mix of great type treatments, and avant-garde print and pattern. i took the liberty of photoshopping in some fun poster art prints into some of these room images, and i like what i see. there’s... 
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