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deVOL Kitchens We all agree a bright white kitchen is timeless and fresh, I’m the first one to jump on this wagon and then add small details to give warmth such as copper, brass or chrome ac…

Designer Dozen: Southern Talents Create Inspiring Spaces for an Atlanta Showhouse

A great country song, above all else, should tell a good story

Designer Dozen: Southern Talents Create Inspiring Spaces for an Atlanta Showhouse

Atlanta Home & Lifestyles Serenbe Designer Showhouse is being held in a one-of-a-kind Textile Loft Penthouse transformed by 15 Southern design talents.

Designer Dozen: Southern Talents Create Inspiring Spaces for an Atlanta Showhouse

A great country song, above all else, should tell a good story

Designer Dozen: Southern Talents Create Inspiring Spaces for an Atlanta Showhouse

A great country song, above all else, should tell a good story

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banquette the style saloniste: Positively British: San Francisco interior designer Jonathan Rachman transforms a Napa Valley farmhouse into an evocative retreat with a private drinking den and tasting salon. It's a rustic escape for sybaritic pleasures.

Boro textiles were made in the early 19th century by impoverished Japanese people. They are hand sewn from recycled indigo dyed cotton rags.   The fabric for this textiles piece was purchased in Kyoto, Japan. It is most probably sourced from old futon covers, kimonos, boro fabric and other traditional Japanese textiles. It dates between 1900's - 1940's.  This piece has been hand stitched from a variety of naturally dyed antique indigo cottons and katsuri (traditionally woven fabrics)…

Boro textiles were made in the early 19th century by impoverished Japanese people. They are hand sewn from recycled indigo dyed cotton rags. The fabric for this textiles piece was purchased in Kyoto, Japan. It is most probably sourced from old futon covers, kimonos, boro fabric and other traditional Japanese textiles. It dates between 1900's - 1940's. This piece has been hand stitched from a variety of naturally dyed antique indigo cottons and katsuri (traditionally woven fabrics)…