Vintage rugs in nice kitchens. | Door Sixteen
HELLO! It's 2015. How about some nice kitchens with vintage rugs in them to start off the new year? I've been on a quest to find the perfect rug for the kitchen at the house for quite a while now, and I keep coming back to these photos—this is exactly what I want. I love the way that worn-in, vintage rugs take the edge off of black and white.
ROB meets "THE GOOD OLD DAYZ" | Plastolux
I saw a Facebook post from THE GOOD OLD DAYZ and was loving the images. These images come from a collaboration between THE GOOD OLD DAYZ and Rob Vintage
Celebrating American-made Style in a Minneapolis Home
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Articles about english designers livework home on Dwell.com
Articles about english designers livework home. “Good designers must always be avant-gardists, always one step ahead of the times. They should–and must–question everything generally thought to be obvious. They must have an intuition for people’s changing attitudes. For the reality in which they live, for their dreams, their desires, their worries, their needs, their living habits. They must also be able to assess realistically the opportunities and bounds of technology.” –Dieter Rams
HauteLook | Modway Mid Century Furniture and Lighting: 5ft. Sauna Bench in Natural Wood
Want California casual chic style in your life? HauteLook has you covered. Start shopping-and saving up to 75% off!
Weekly Crush... - Decocrush | Décorez avec intention !
Une petite sélection de jolies choses à (re)découvrir qui m'ont beaucoup plu cette semaine sur les blogs...
Hunter & Casie’s “Redneck Modern” Eichler Home
Name: Hunter Wimmer (Design Educator) & Casie Permenter (Civil Engineer) and Marty the Cranky CatLocation: Concord, CaliforniaSize: 1,800 square feet + 200 square feet atriumYears lived in: 3 — owned On a blazingly hot 4th of July holiday, my wife and I moved from West Oakland to the suburbs of Concord to tackle a labor of love: a 1963 Eichler-built home in pretty rough, but somewhat original shape.