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Not really yellow and not quite green. Vibrant and brilliant but pale at the same time. Chartreuse is one of those mysterious yet magnificent colors that 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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I'm looking forward to the first Sunday of February so I can wake up early to scour my local flea market for a vintage bar cart. I figured it's about time I more →
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Do you remember that unforgettable scene in Auntie Mame with the fabulously far-fetched, post modern hydraulic benches designed by the fictional Danish more →
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One of my many new years resolutions is to take on the project of revamping my bedroom. These dreamy images have inspired me to search for a chandelier, more →
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I love how designer Benji Jones has decorated his Virginia-Highland home for the holidays. The decor is festive yet subtle and tasteful: sprigs of evergreen more →
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Swedish interior designer Marie Olsson Nylander gutted a 1970s townhouse, tore out the floors, knocked down the walls, opened up the ceilings and transformed it more →
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Can you guess which Hollywood actress designed and owned this gorgeous and rustic Spanish Colonial residence in Los Angeles? Here's a hint: she coincidentally more →
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