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Shocking grey.

Farrow & Ball. One doesn’t need to explain this English brand’s achievements. They psychoanalysed our taste, discovered our need to be perceived as subtle and refined, as some spun eccentric, and came up with colours, well, not colours, tones, tones that were completely new to us, perfectly indescribable to the human eye, even to theirs. 222 more words

Style

The Materialism of Angels

“Who would say that pleasure is not useful?”—Charles Eames

Of course the angels dance. If not
on the head of a pin, then maybe
on the boardwalk along the ocean of stars. 303 more words

Poetry

Dining Room - Reveal

Time to show you the updated dining area! As I mentioned in my previous post I wanted to create something contemporary and fresh with a rustic twist. 580 more words

Interior Design

Don't Jump Too Fast To Conclusions

As it turns out, Aunt Etta actually had two nieces by the first name of Edith. In choosing which Halloween postcard to run for this blog, at first glance I assumed this card was from Niece Edith, daughter of Aunt Etta’s brother William James, but upon closer look discovered that was not the case. 1,222 more words

Genealogy