friday finds.


happy friday, y’all! i shared some of my kitchen remodeling ideas with you yesterday, and another thing i’m thinking about doing with my kitchen makeover is busting through the false ceiling and exposing the natural beams beneath — like in my living room and bedroom. i love these looks — so rustic and cozy, but painted white gives them a modern touch.... 
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the power of pantone.


dustjacket attic above + below. i’ve always thought it so cool how we can use color as a reflector of what’s going on in our culture. each year, color creators at pantone release their color of the year, and as you may know, in 2016 they chose not just one, but two colors: the year of rose quartz and blue serenity. it could be amongst chaos we as a culture... 
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stable life.


it’s hard to imagine that this beautiful home in ibiza once housed horses, not human beings. recently featured on design milk, this former 200-year old stable was given a brand new life by Ibiza Interiors and Standard Studio who collaborated on this rather daunting renovation project. together they’ve created such an incredible loft-like space with a marvelous... 
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club mediterranean.


masseria cimino photographed by ditte isager. each and every time i take a gander at images of masseria cimino in puglia, it gets me in the mood for club med. not the packaged vacation per se, just the beautiful, laid-back Mediterranean vibe you find in italy’s southern region — right down in the heel of its boot, known for its whitewashed hill towns and miles... 
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the fine art of lounging.


david kohn architects’ stable acre. oh, i just love a good piece of statement furniture, and i would have to say the chaise lounge really does take the cake. from marie antoinette, to marianne faithful the fine art of lounging has always come second to a good piece to recline on. i find inspiration in all loungers whether it be clean modern lines, or a classic mid-century... 
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