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...from Hus & Hem. Or I could have titled this post "How to whip up a quick post to keep for while I'm in Mexico".
Love the kitchens!
I love this post. Love the repurposed white window frame. I have a little bit of a problem with color coordinated bookshelves. The idea offends my sensibilities a little bit. Doesn't it seem a little illogical?
Ahhh - delightful!!
i'm all about it...each and every image...stunning images
I love puns, so I gotta say it: "Floor" de lis! =)
#14: that kitchen enviable. great idea!
Did you pick these for me? (kidding) They are all perfect, absolutely perfect!!
The brilliant sunshine-yellow door is sheer excellence! Quibble about the stairwell bookcase: how to get a tome without danger to life and limb?
The kitchen looking out onto the lake: Wow!!!
I did the color coded bookshelf a couple of years ago but could never find what I was looking for (in response to the post at the top). I'm particularly ogling that happy yellow door and thinking that I will do something like that one day. Imagine gazing at that every morning on the way out - a definite boost of sunshine especially if you live where the weather isn't always sunny.
As usual, these images are beautiful! I don't know how you always dig up such goodies! :)
heeey! u r here in Mexico? have tons of fun!!!
I like when houses are presented in seperate posts. I have a hard time taking it all in when they are jumbled together. That being said, day after day I love them!
I keep seeing that rug with the diamond shapes. Where is it from? Can anyone help?
HIS & HEM has great interior shots....and that bookshelf is so captivating! I do however wonder how the heck do you reach those books?Very creative though! :)))
I did not miss the several very cool banister ideas in this post.
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