kitchen envy: rye london.

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when it comes to kitchens rye london is pretty top notch. since i’m hoping to remove my low kitchen ceiling and expose the white beams beneath, just like this, i was obviously most inspired. rye london is an industrial daylight kitchen photography studio in East London created by Holly Wulff Petersen & Renée Kemps, with a focus on natural food, Nordic design, and... 
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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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color palette: blush & black.

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this instagram image from luminosity crystals inspired this color pairing: blush and black. they compliment each other beautifully — like dark lashes against a pale pink cheek, sleek and sexy paired together. it’s also a sophisticated partnership, easy and relaxing on the eyes. meet blush & black. Emily Meyer’s home by melissa kaseman photography. frederic ducout... 
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black steps it up.

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homezoic. growing up in suburban los angeles mod-century modern house, i always dreamed of a two-story house. not so much for the second level, per se, but for the staircase itself. there’s something so romantic about a staircase, yes? how many movies have depicted a love scene location? plenty, i reckon. i have an outside staircase to my home, but it’s rustic... 
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modern moroccan vibes.

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croft house via rue. i’m still binging on moroccan vibes, but i like ’em with a fresh modern twist. loads of bright whites paired with light, natural textures and textiles tossing in some inky black touches for contrast. as i think about finishing up with my remodel and putting my house back together again i’d love to try to pair down a bit like these looks... 
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