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This Moroccan home, located on the coast of Tangier, could quite possibly be the ultimate beach home. I mean, how can you compete with carved archways, the more →
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The cast iron tub dates as far back as the 1880s in America, where it was first marketed as a horse trough. However, it's heat retaining properties made it more more →
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Living at the beach in the summer means I have a parade of house guests, from near and far. I'm ready to ditch the air mattresses and replace them with army more →
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I have an ornamental ladder in my home, hanging from the rafters - but I've also used it as a rack to display throw blankets while leaning it against a wall. more →
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I have a newfound fascination with vintage ships and have been on the lookout for one at flea markets and thrift stores. A pirate ship or sailboat . . . either more →
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Everything in life needs space. Space to create, breath, and room to grow. This factory turned home, by Australian fashion designer Lee Matthews, might be the more →
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In 1999, Giuseppe Laviani and his wife Giacomina purchased La Socelière, a 17th-century chateau in the Loire Valley for $500,000. Even after investing more →
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Whether you are layering a patterned rug on top of another patterned rug or mixing a pattern with a natural woven, sheepskin, or hide rug, the more the better. more →
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Built high on a hill above Palm Desert, just 2 hours outside of Los Angeles, is a Moroccan-style riad called Casbah Cove. Not a single detail was missed when more →
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Architect and designer Guilherme Torres was invited to participate in Black Mostra, one of the most important interior design competitions in Brazil. He more →
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