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Jan 18

Peek Inside This Pastel Cafe Inspired by Wes Anderson

Just because color decorating trends are forecast to turn their backs on pastels in 2018 doesn’t mean the soft-tinted hues will be short on admirers. They’ll still receive plenty of love from those who prefer tones that whisper instead of shout, like the subtle colors that accent this Wes Anderson flick-inspired café in China.

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Jan 18

Burning Man Just Unveiled The Design For This Year's Temple And It's Breathtaking

We may be the throes of winter—and a good portion of the country even thawing out from a bomb cyclone snow storm—but believe it or not the gear-up to festival season is officially upon us. Yep, the lineup for Coachella 2018 was just announced last week and Burning Man has unveiled the latest design for the festival’s signature temple.

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11
Jan 18

Recent A-Frame Redos That'll Make You Want To Hibernate Hard

If there’s anything to love about winter, it’s definitely hunkering down in cozies, bundling up, sipping coffee and feeling completely hygge. Warm textures, comfortable clothes, and crisp winter air —it’s enough to make you want to hibernate through the entire season! Luckily, today we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite a-frame redos, because, really, what’s better than shacking up in a majestic a-frame?

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Jan 18

Rent This Frank Lloyd Wright House That's Straight Out of 1951

Do you dream about Fallingwater? Wish you could call Taliesin West or the Robie House home? Well FLW fans and architecture buffs, you can now spend the night (or several) in one of famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s original creations: The Eppstein House.

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Jan 18

This Pink Holiday House in the Azores Is Travel Goals

Here’s one eye-catching rental that you couldn’t miss even if you tried. Italian/Portuguese firm Mezzo Atelier designed a dazzling pink holiday rental on the island of São Miguel in the Azores, and we’re eager to join the visitor’s list.

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30
Dec 17

Kristen Wiig Now Calls This Pasadena Case Study House Home

Adding to the list of celebrity homes we want to live in but have settled for fawning over, actress and comedian Kristen Wiig recently acquired a new piece of real estate in Pasadena. The $2.96 million, 3,425-square-foot home sits on one-third of an acre in the hillside neighborhood of San Rafael, a picturesque post situated above the historic Rose Bowl.

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24
Dec 17

The New Rooms at Sweden's ICEHOTEL Will Terrify And Amaze You

With the holidays upon us, you might be dreaming of a relaxing winter getaway. Look no further than Sweden’s ICEHOTEL. The famous hotel, which sits 200 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle in the village of Jukkasjarv by the Torne River, is open once again. Each year since 1989, the hotel built is anew for the winter season (although last year the hotel did add a more permanent sister hotel next door) and it is an art and design lover’s dream. Each suite has been individually themed and designed by artists from around the world.

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22
Dec 17

9 Times Old Musty Attics Became Rooms To Die For

If you own your house, and you find that said house is just a little bit too small, there are a few things you can do. You can move to another, larger house. You can build an addition, which will require laying a new foundation and building new walls. Or, you can do what these enterprising homeowners did: they looked up.

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22
Dec 17

This Beautiful Mirrored Pavilion Is Hidden In Plain Sight

Portugal based architecture firm depA has wonderfully mastered the art of hiding in plain sight with the design of its reflective pavilion. The creatively camouflaged building is situated lakeside in Serralves Park, where it shares space with The Museum, the country’s leading contemporary art museum designed by Portuguese award-winning architect Álvaro Siza Vieira.

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11
Dec 17

This House Is Made From Tomato Stems, Grass and Other Farm Waste

Denmark is officially home to the world’s first biological house, a conceptual structure built from upcycled agricultural materials, including bits of tomato stems, seaweed, grass and glass that would ordinarily be incinerated and used as an energy source. Brings a new meaning to the term, “farm house.”

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