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My kinda Sunday. All about staying in bed and these handmade African baskets from @agahozoetsy | if youre ever at a loss for art Im all about the awesome texture and pattern a few of these guys can lend to a room. Also a lot about this bedroom is going to be changing in the next month so stay tuned for updates along the way (and maybe some furniture sales too). The baskets of course are staying.
Today is beautiful and Im feeling so grateful. I might FINALLY be getting a couch for our living room after over a year of decision making paralysis. But no promises you guys. It still has to pass the Ben Wright comfort test and the man has standards. Cozy weekend vibes from my shoot with @sunwoven and @apartmenttherapy
Super excited to share this styled shoot I did for @designsponge that tells you all I learned about non-toxic plants for the pet loving home! I know youve seen me posting a lot about that over the past several months since getting a pup who like to nibble on everything and if youre in the same boat this ones for you. Gigantic shout-out to @celadonhome @hausful @hotelmagique @thesill @greenerynyc @haegur @pistilsnursery for helping me make this a beautiful piece!
Ah Saturday morning sweetness. I always want to do a big project on Saturday mornings... like painting something black if I cant paint the outside of my house dark then Im definitely picking out an accent wall. The trouble is deciding on one. Ive been thinking about painting the bathroom black but dont want it to be too dark when Im getting ready. The dining room hardly gets any light or that would have been my first choice. Maybe Ill do a quick video tour later so I can get more opinions…
MIRANDA MAKAROFF on Instagram: “Someday I will have a house like that...or maybe not. But dreaming is freeeeee”
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I got the most beautiful plant with my sweet friend @sontosis this week. The woman at the garden center said shes had mixed reviews as to how they do inside that theyre a bit tricky. Does anybody else have one of these pretty bebes and do you have any advice or stories to share on keeping them alive inside?