friday finds.

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this week i’ve gone a little mad for marble. but not just any old marble — these friday finds are all about colorful, kinda crazy, swirling pretty marble patterns that i see showing up all over the internet. from pretty paperweights to the insanely beautiful parquet wood floors designed by Copenhagen’s snedker studios — insanely creative, right? i’m... 
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the makings of modern cabin.

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trendir. there’s nothing that says cozy quite like a cabin nestled somewhere remote(ish) and made up of the ever stylish and still on trend plywood. with that freshly cut look, this is hardly someone’s old fishing cabin in the woods — think modernist and sleek. paired with mid-century modern furnishings, other minimal materials such as concrete, and a statement... 
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a home of hidden treasures.

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it’s hard to imagine now, but this beautiful home featured on VT Wonen had once housed an accounting firm — but hidden beneath its rough surface was a treasure trove of the home’s original features. when the new owners went to investigate, they discovered a beautiful parquet wood floor buried under layers of old linoleum, and all glass doors that had been... 
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the latest styling from laura seppänen.

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i’ve shared helsinki-based stylist and interior decorator laura seppänen’s lovely work here before and now we’re sharing her latest project in collaboration with the YIT group, finland’s largest residential construction company. laura’s task was to design the interiors of small studio apartment — which is part of their clever new housing project,... 
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one family’s castle.

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after a two-year long renovation this 12th-century french chateau can finally be called home to Isabelle Site, owner of les petites emplettes, her husband Hubert and their three daughters. found in total disrepair — complete with damaged moat and drawbridge — the family brought the old castle back to life, but left behind hints of its history, choosing to leave... 
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