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details I like: framed Penguin-inspired book cover art • might be great for the bedroom • artwork is by Harland Miller, as "part of a series he calls 'The Bad Weather Pictures' based on the iconic Penguin Classics bookcovers designed by Edward Young in the 1930s" (source:

Kapito Muller Interiors interview on Design Darling Blog

When we FINALLY moved from apartments to a house, I swore I would never have white walls again. But I'm kinda liking the white-wall thing I'm seeing, mixed with pops of color. Dammit. I really like the vibes of this room.

loving the leather chairs and lucite desk in this dark-walled office

@Laurie Dyer - There's a b photo at the thrift store that I can't get out of my head. It's of a native woman and her daughter (Guatemalan?). The woman is looking away and the girl is facing the camera. It's gorgeous but it doesn't mean anything to me except that I like it. Do I bring it into my house or pass? What if I look it up and find out their story?

The Tax Inspector / Peter Carey. book_cover design by Jenny Grigg, Series Design, UK. #book_cover

This is the second floor of the building my shop is in! It is the studio of photographer Vickey Weiss.

DIY ~ blow up a book page and frame it!

Jan Tschichold and Penguin Books (via Design Facts) From 1947 to 1949 Jan Tschichold developed a set of design guidelines to help standar...