living light.

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U.K.-based photographer Paul Massey not only photographed this beautiful home, he designed it too. clearly he has a great eye — he was taking pictures by the time he was five years old and at sixteen, he was given a full-time position on The London Evening Standard, the youngest ever to join the staff.  his career later turned to fashion and portraiture, working with... 
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the feminine home office.

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woodtrendz. i think it’s quite possible to create a home office that while still being functional, has a feminine and somewhat industrial chic vibe — something all these spaces have in common. using pale blush tones as accents with industrial-looking office chairs and a unique desk looks so stylish, especially in a white space — and if you can have white... 
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living little in london.

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this is a charming little home which formally housed horses. no really — it used to be a small stable in Victoria Park in central London, recently renovated by Norwegian architect Christopher Dyvik and his partner Isabel Pietri, recently featured on bo bedre. the house is still in a state of renovation, but such a long way they’ve come. In small houses, it’s... 
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Friday Finds: The Candle

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I’ve been on the hunt for a minimal candle holder lately, and here are a few of my favorites that I’ve come across. Office for Product Design has crafted a set of dead-simple, saucer-inspired candle holders. Folk from Normann Copenhagen is a series of playful candle holders that hold each other. Kutter from Hay is designed to hold both a tealight and... 
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whitewashed working space.

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sara medinalind photography. i’m over the moon excited because this week i had my home studio floors painted white and i’m almost ready for the reveal. i’ve been wanting white floors since before the stone age, and i’m thrilled to finally have my own space so i can make that happen. i want to keep my studio space really minimal — just my mum’s... 
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