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LOFTY AMBITIONS

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After being in my new loft for almost a month now, I feel like I’m finally starting to wrap my head around the whole look I want to transition to in there. It’s always interesting making old furniture fit into a new space, but that’s definitely been a factor in putting some of the initial […]

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  1. Rebecca

    Thank you so much for including my pillows!

    I love what you’ve pulled together for inspiration. We’re going to be working on our apartment once the business moves to the new studio space on Thursday. I can’t wait! We’ve been living in chaos and it’s going to be so nice to slowly get the apartment into shape. The images you’ve pulled are very in line with what I’m thinking. I can’t wait to see what you end up doing.

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  2. Jessie

    Love your inspiration! I just moved a month ago and was originally thinking everything would be minimalist and modern, black/white/gray. Once I moved in all my furniture and let myself live in the space, with it’s creamy wall color and gorgeous morning light, I’m finding myself drawn to more rustic neutrals, browns and beiges along with some vintage industrial. Letting the space inform the style is turning out far better (and cheaper!) than my original plans.

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TOTALLY FLOORED :: MARRAKECH DESIGN TILES

So, I’ve had a major obsession with tile lately. It started with my office mate’s visit to Portugal when she came back with these little polaroids of all the amazing tile she encountered there and then blew them up into art that will adorn my walls as soon as I get get them framed. (Ok, actually I’ve always […]

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  1. franki

    Don’t forget stairs risers! What goes around comes…forty years ago we had tile in our kitchen that looked “just like that.” I still have a piece on an easel in our bookcase…*sigh* franki

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  2. Rebecca

    Oh I’ve been obsessed with this company and also spent hours on their site! I’ve been plotting how to use the tiles in my someday home….hopefully someday won’t be too far haha.

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  3. Sam O'Brien

    They are beautiful! I spent hours in here too but watch out before you fall in love from the UK, the shipping is the same for 2 boxes as it is for 18 – and we only need 2. Boo hoo!

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TICKED.

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Sometimes it’s nice to be reminded that a little wallcovering can go a long way. Consider me obsessed with this option… I have no idea if this ticking is actual fabric or a wallpaper, but I absolutely love it. It looks slightly irregular, so in my mind it’s beautiful old vintage fabric, lining the walls […]

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  1. zandra pappas

    Looks like the walls were upholstered with vintage french linen grain sacks. We use them for pillows and chairs/benches but I love them on the walls. Brilliant idea! So chic.

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WATERY WONDERS :: CARLEY KAHN

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Lately – especially for summer – I’ve really been loving some of the more specialty fabrics I’ve seen out there featuring watery patterns. They’re such a contrast to the bold geometrics that are starting to feel a bit played out, or can take such center stage in a room. I’ve been hunting for some that might work […]

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  1. Karena

    Oh Cassandra these are beautiful and I have been seeing some gorgeous painted tops, very water color in effect!

    xoxo
    Karena
    2013 Artists Series!

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KITCHEN {PATTERN} SPLASH

So many times when designers do projects, they end up with some leftovers – fabric, wallpaper, maybe even tiles or marble. And what comes out of these pieces? Usually, not much. But these two kitchen areas got me thinking… There have been so many times where I’ve passed up a small pile of beautiful tile […]

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  1. Lesley at Pure Home

    I’ve often wondered the same thing, especially when I see a fabulous wallcovering, knowing that it’s way too pricey for me to ever afford to paper an entire room! But love the idea of doing just a wee little spot. And that tiled niche? Best thing ever.

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    1. Wendy Chandler

      Covering books with great wallpaper and using them to stack in a bookcase, use to prop under candle sticks, small plants, use on a night stand. Adds visual interest and a pop of color!

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