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Domino magazine recently published photos of designer Rebecca de Ravenel’s Los Angeles abode (remember her bons bons earrings? A tropical west coa…

Wallpapered ceiling=genius

Stunner of a parlour floor in the Brooklyn townhouse of Madcap Cottage Inc.’s John Loecke. Green and white painted striped floor? Coral Quadrille bamboo fretwork paper on the ceiling? Vintage-y Palm.

Encourage your guests to soak up the sun with a conical arrangement rich in radiant flaxen hues. Kangaroo paws create a collar for the centerpiece, which graduates to chrysanthemums and sunflowers at its pinnacle.

Stunning Centerpieces Your Guests Won't Soon Forget

harem style bedrooms with an arabian nights feel

Decorating theme bedrooms - Maries Manor: exotic global style decorating - arabian - egyptian - oriental - global bazaar themed Love these colours!

Photography: Becki Owens http://beckiowens.com Those Chairs

We're Convinced this Dream Kitchen Would Channel our Inner Ina Garten

Everyone need a inspire dining room. Is one of the most familiar space in the house, it has to be perfect!

This Pink Mint Lemonade is THE most awesome lemonade you will ever try! It is super refreshing, healthy, yummy AND darn beautiful, don't you think?

Pink Mint Lemonade - THE most awesome lemonade you will ever try! It is super refreshing, healthy, yummy AND darn beautiful, don't you think?

luxe Navy blue lacquered walls, ceiling, and trim are the perfect backdrop for blue and white Chinese porcelain.

Blue and White (Chinoiserie Chic)

A conservatory is serene and adds a natural colour palette,   Image Source:  T MAGAZINE (tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com)

he New York Times: Designer Rose Uniacke’s London decorating before and after interior

a step-by-step guide on how to make your own art room at home for your kids

Making an Art Space at Home

House tour: a historic architectural gem in Beirut: The Lady Cochrane in question lives in a 19th-century palace just above the houses and is the only daughter of a Lebanese aristocrat. In 1946, she married an Irish lord and has long campaigned for the preservation of Beirut’s architectural heritage. She and her family have steadfastly refused to sell the houses, which they acquired in the 1960s to ensure they wouldn’t be torn down by developers and replaced by high-rises. The one in which…

House tour: a historic architectural gem in Beirut: The Lady Cochrane in question lives in a palace just above the houses and is…

They added apron pieces to the leaves. If we keep our table, I'd like to do this, too.  No more gouged legs from the sharp apron corners!

2016 FALL HOME TOUR (PART 1)

They added apron pieces to the leaves. No more gouged legs from the sharp apron corners!

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