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Sabbe Interior Design (via) We're thinking about Kermit the Frog these days...maybe it is because everywhere we look outside we see bright, bold greens in our gardens and yards. Well, unlike Kermit, we think it's easy being green. Bold greens, ranging from chartreuse to grass green to kelly green, add a lively splash of color to a room. Guest Post by Design Shuffle! Guest Post by Design Shuffle!
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Delightful & Delovely Delightful & Delovely Once again the season of starwberries looms upon the horizons of farmers markets & better produce departments. I'm excited, no a bit nuts for the starwberries. Now in AZ I do miss the times picking fresh at the farms that dot north of Metro Detroit: fresh slightly cool because I always go in the morning & oh sooo sweet.
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Name: Haldane MartinLocation: Cape Town, South AfricaSize: 810 sq.ft.Years lived in: 0 — we shot this space in the very first week he moved in! >> See Slideshow! When Haldane agreed on a house tour, less than 48 hours after he moved in, you would expect the normal chaos that relocation brings. However, we totally underestimated the determination of this successful furniture designer and entrepreneur from Cape Town. He was a man on a mission to get his nest ready and livable in no time. >> Enter Slideshow House Tour: Haldane Martin's White Nest Cape Town | Apartment Therapy DC House Tour: Haldane Martin's White Nest Cape Town | Apartment Therapy DC
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not martha not martha Easter Egg Food Color Palette If you need to do some last moment Easter Egg dying these instructions will help you create simple, vibrant eggs using supplies from the grocery store. A few years back I spent some time using good old fashioned food color to dye very saturated and vibrant eggs for my Easter Surprise Eggs project. I wasn’t quite happy with a few of the colors made back then so this week I set out to refine the process and what went from an easy and cheerful activity quickly turned into obsessive madness as my kitchen and dining room were turned into an egg dying laboratory. Timers were used, results were carefully examined and tweaked, charts were made, home production assembly lines were perfected.
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House of Turquoise Not only are our winters LONG here in Minnesota, they can be absolutely dreary too–especially now when spring is fighting it's way out. We need our homes to be cozy and bright, and this home by Minneapolis-based Renae Keller Interior Design is exactly what I love to see! The open and inviting living space photographed by Troy Thies feels both comfortable and fresh, thanks to the cozy neutral tones and fun splashes of color! House of Turquoise
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bohemian modern style from a san francisco girl - Part 2 instant inspiration. Posted by victoria //// 10 Comments this week’s instant inspiration comes from Freunde von Freunden and their very beautiful instagram feed, @fvonf. if you’ve not visited before, Freunde von Freunden is a digital interview blog delivering a unique glimpse into creatives’ living and workplaces, and one of my personal favorite websites for inspiration — whether it be visually or verbal, their interviews include some of the most interesting people and inspiring artists worldwide. the @fvonf instagram feed is equally as inspiring, offering up a sneak peek inside the homes and studio tours that accompany the fabulous Freunde von Freunden interview series. • all photos courtesy of @fvonf. easter’s around the corner — let’s get hopping. bohemian modern style from a san francisco girl - Part 2
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16 Divinely Inspired Pieces of Architecture 16 Divinely Inspired Pieces of Architecture Our beautiful world is filled with wonderful pieces of architecture. Regarding religious architecture, today there are several churches that live on since the 13th century or even earlier times, which are worth knowing about. In this short incursion into the history of sacred places all over the World, you will have the opportunity to make acquaintance with 16 examples of beautiful churches – some notable for their exterior, while others inspiring awe through the beautiful frescoes painted on the ceilings. Saint-Michel D’Aiguilhe – Aiguilhe, France Image source Image source
decor8 If you’re a mom-to-be like me, or a newish mom still shopping for baby gear, I hope this post is somewhat helpful to you! My blog friend, Lesley Myrick, who just had her baby boy a few days ago (congrats, Lesley!), asked me what my baby registry essentials are and shared a link to her blog where she documented all the stuff on her wish list for feeding, sleeping, baby care and travel. Inspired by her post, I thought I’d do the same. decor8
Custom Tree House Plans, DIY Ideas & Building Designs | Designs &Id... No, really: would you want to design, build and live in an real fantasy tree house all year round? More and more people have decided to do just that and where treehouses were once novelty architecture for kids they are now (almost) mainstream structures, as attested to by the pictures above via Bella Seven. Many modern tree house designs and home designers and custom builders take a site-specific approach and construct their tree buildings around not only views and rooms but also have to account for access and structural support in unique and novel ways. Custom Tree House Plans, DIY Ideas & Building Designs | Designs &Id...
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25 Abandoned Yugoslavia Monuments that look like they're from the Future These structures were commissioned by former Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito in the 1960s and 70s to commemorate sites where WWII battles took place (like Tjentište, Kozara and Kadinjača), or where concentration camps stood (like Jasenovac and Niš). They were designed by different sculptors (Dušan Džamonja, Vojin Bakić, Miodrag Živković, Jordan and Iskra Grabul, to name a few) and architects (Bogdan Bogdanović, Gradimir Medaković...), conveying powerful visual impact to show the confidence and strength of the Socialist Republic. In the 1980s, these monuments attracted millions of visitors per year, especially young pioneers for their "patriotic education." After the Republic dissolved in early 1990s, they were completely abandoned, and their symbolic meanings were forever lost.
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