Lost And Found

I now need leather animals in my house after seeing the home of antique store owner Hitoshi Uchida. All the interesting vintage and found treasures bring so much life and warmth to his light filled home!

(via The Selby)

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  1. Lisa wrote:

    wow i’m not sure about the leather animal but i love the chair! and the stack of firewood makes it feel sooo homey!
    In Dramatic Fashion

    12.19.11
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  2. HRCK wrote:

    I love the rustic, sumptuous vibe. The only thing I’m a little bit on the fence about are the leather boots with the divided toes– kind of like Vibrams for regular wear!

    12.19.11
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  3. The swing in the middle of the house is adorable, I remember you posting something similar. Seriously who can get sick of this?

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  4. What a great apartment! There is such a cool, vintage feel, with such interesting unique pieces!
    Thanks for the inspiration.

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  5. Oh my god – I need a leather animal, too. Please tell Stefan.. so cool!

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  6. So beautiful- it def. looks like ‘home.’ love.

    -Gillian
    http://www.oystervintage.com

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  7. so COOL. If i had a swing in my house that would be incredible.

    Fashionable Collections

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  8. Jade wrote:

    I REALLY should do something on my interior problems now……. inspiring this, but also a bit accusing, haha.

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  9. Maren wrote:

    Nevermind borrowing/buying this stuff, I want to move into that house as it is. Swing and all.

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  10. those boots are interesting

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  11. Cristina wrote:

    Whoa ho ho do I want that leather kangaroo!!! Not to mention the swing. I’ve always wanted a swing in my living space <3

    http://mostlyclothes-cristina.blogspot.com/

    12.19.11
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  12. Zane wrote:

    wow beautiful, really inspiring interior

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  13. Amy wrote:

    Hi, I just wanted to say that I love your blog and it’s one of my daily ‘go-to’s for inspiration and beauty. I must say though that I was struck today by surprise by the leather animals…they kinda give me the creeps! Isn’t it just a bit too close for comfort to the fact that animals are killed for their skin? Something about it doesn’t sit well with me at all I’m afraid. One day when I was travelling in Rome I came across this amazing antique shop, with all kinds of things from Egypt and places I have never been, and outside the front door they had a fully 3D stuffed camel – made of camel skin! euuuw, spooky! Anyway, thanks for all your cool work and lots of love! 🙂

    12.19.11
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  14. Ally wrote:

    I love the leather animals! So cute and such a unique decorative idea! Love your blog and how inspiring it is 🙂

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  15. Ambyr wrote:

    Those animals are awesome. I actually love that whole picture, the oversized mirror is so rustic and pretty.

    xoxo
    http://www.thewrittenrunway.com

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  16. cara wrote:

    yeah… the leather animals are pretty creepy. to me, it’s just a little disturbing to have dead cow’s skin shaped like a kangaroo. sort of a buffalo bill style :p but otherwise, great room!

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  17. LAURA wrote:

    lets not cry over that animal issue AGAIN… I LOVE IT THE HOUSE IS SO AMAZING…see lets be positive:)

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  18. DC2NY wrote:

    VintaGe has never looked so modern!
    Lovin’ plenty of light in photos and ugh…that alarm clock I used to see in my grandma’s house…
    Thanks for sharing

    http://dc2nyconfessions.com

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  19. Anne wrote:

    Seriously makes me want my own place so I can decorate decorate and decorate!!
    http://annesanchorage.blogspot.com/

    12.20.11
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  20. Lucía wrote:

    haha everything in here is so cool

    12.20.11
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  21. Caroline wrote:

    I work at Omersa, the company that hand makes those leather animals. If you are interested in our animals take a look at our website http://www.omersa.co.uk

    2.11.15
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