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I can't remember the last time I slipped into a bean bag - it was most likely in my early 20s. But recently, after chillaxin' in one of the chicest bean bags at more →
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In 1944, inspired by Chinese chairs from the Ming Dynasty, Danish furniture designer Hans J. Wegner designed the Wishbone Chair, his most successful design of more →
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I have a new infatuation: hand beaded Yoruba chairs from Nigeria. Each one takes roughly three months to create as there are hundreds of thousands of beads more →
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The first time I fell in love with Otomi fabric was while visiting the folk art markets of San Miguel de Allende in Mexico. These vibrantly colored textiles more →
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I absolutely love the richness and tradition behind embroidered Suzani textiles. The colorful, needlepointed fabric dates as far back as the late 18th more →
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Mixing bold, vintage-inspired floral prints should not be limited to one's wardrobe. Floral printed furniture and walls can easily transform a room into a more →
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Mexican designer Valentina Gonzalez Wohlers has cleverly and humorously transformed the classic French Louis XV oval chair into the shape of a Nopal cactus. more →
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