04
Dec 17

5 Things I Have to Have From Jenna Lyon's Soho Loft — T Magazine

It’s undeniable that Jenna Lyons has infinitely enviable style. Her former townhouse, published in Domino in 2008, is one of the most pinned interiors of all time. Unsurprisingly, the former J. Crew creative director’s Soho loft is equally as covetable as the Park Slope pad, which we get a peek into this weekend, courtesy of T Magazine. Here’s what we’re obsessing over.

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03
Dec 17

Call Me By Your Name Is Also a Love Story of Italian Interiors

Heading to the movies this holiday season? Well then you should probably be aware that there is some serious travel and house porn hitting an indie movie screen near you. Call Me By Your Name (out in limited release) is a coming-of-age love story set in the Italian countryside during the summer of 1983, and starring Armie Hammer.

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22
Oct 17

One Room, Many Windows? Pro Tips for Choosing Window Treatments

While having “too many” windows may sound like a good problem to have (hello, vitamin D), treating multiple windows in one space is often a task best left to the professionals. With so many variables involved, it’s hard to know what treatments will look good together until the installation is complete (aka once it’s too late). Luckily, Los Angeles-based interior designer Taylor Jacobson shared with us some insightful rays of wisdom on how to do it right the first time, so you can treat your windows with confidence.

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19
Oct 17

5 Fashion Brands That Recently Joined the Home Decor Game (& Are Killing It)

Lately we’ve spotted an interesting trend: long-standing fashion brands getting into the home space. While brands like Missoni, Fendi, and Ralph Lauren have been in the game for a while, a new generation of fashion houses have begun dipping their toes in the waters of home decor. Here are five of the most notable.

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25
Aug 17

Orange Crush: How to Make Orange Work in Your Home

(Image credit: Deborah French Designs)

Not as aggressive as red but still radiating warmth, energy and excitement, orange can be a bit tricky to work into your home. A rather dominating color no matter the shade, it’s a delicate balance between having it come off interesting and sophisticated in a room rather than over-the-top and shocking. If you love the color but need a little guidance as to what to pair it with, read on for seven of our favorite orange-centric palettes.

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18
Aug 17

How to Work With a Strong Architectural Feature That You Can't Change

Celeste and Blaque are roommates in an East Nashville rental house built in the 1930s. It has plenty of room for the two women’s creative endeavors — Celeste is a painter and Blaque makes jewelry. It also has quite a strong architecture feature front and center in their living room: a bold, white brick and black marble fireplace and mantel. Though it’s an architectural element unique to this house, the way Celeste and Black designed with it, and not against it, is worthy of a closer look. This living room holds lessons that could be applied to other spaces.

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