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Object Lessons: The Autumnal Broom

The broom, enemy of spiders and friend to witches, has been aiding household cleaning since the dawn of domestic history. Read more

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Glamorous Pendant Lights from a French Designer

Moody and glamorous: We're coveting the entire lighting line from Parisian designer Philippe Daney (best of all, they're LEDs). Read more

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The Lovely Bones: A Stripped-Down Bistro in Paris

Most macabre name ever for a restaurant? Bones, in Paris; but we're not deterred. It's where we're heading next time we're in the city (great food and “furiously sceney,” according to those in the know). 37 more words

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10 Favorites: Spooky Black Pianos

Far less glamorous than grand pianos, uprights are rarely the choice for making a design statement. But have a look at these 10 examples and you'll see that the humble vertical piano stands ready to make a strong and mysterious impression. 39 more words

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Steal This Look: A Versatile Holiday Table Arrangement

Holiday agnostic? Take a note from Desiree Groenendal of Vosges Paris, who designed a holiday table to carry you from October to December. Read more… 37 more words

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Remodeling 101: Shou Sugi Ban Torched Lumber

Repeat after us: shou sugi ban. Devised as a way to make wood less susceptible to fire and to keep away insects and rot, this longstanding Japanese method involves burning your building materials. 68 more words

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