My dream house!!

I absolutely love this house, inside and out! I feel like it would lend itself perfectly to a simple, no-frills lifestyle that I covet living here in the Big Apple. I grew up in a big old country house, and I'm sure one day the tug on my roots will be too strong to ignore.

so, so beautiful!







Love this simple bedroom








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Juxtaposed: Dwell and Traditional Homes

It really is great that people have so much inspiration when it comes to styling their homes. I don't have anything particular to say, other than I'm sometimes very surprised when I see either an extremely classically styled home or an extremely modern styled home that people actually live there. I guess this is because I've never been in a home with such a focused aesthetic.








I love the cabinet in this room and the outdoor table put together.

Images via Traditional Home




I like the console diagonally and all the plants on it- softens the place up a little.


Wow - I wonder if that kitchen is always so organized...

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The Master of Art Nouveau

I thought I'd just share some drawings from one of my favorite artists for a little change of pace. Alphonse Mucha influenced more than just drawing and painting, but was involved in the design of jewelry, dishes, and other home decor. Enjoy!


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Serving and Table wares by Mucha
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A biscuit tin
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An advertisement
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Images via Mucha. the Triumph of Art Nouveau by Arthur Ellridge

Main staircase of the Maison Horta, Brussels,
designed by Victor Horta, begun 1898. -Love the banister


Door detail of Gaillard display cupboard,
with typical Art Nouveau motif of the coup de fouet.

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Amelie's adorable apartment! Lots of pictures!

I was watching Amelie the other night, and decided I had to write about her apartment. Probably the first thing that stands out is the palette- almost everything is warm red and oranges, with some green and blue here or there. For a "woman of almost 23" her apartment is very put together, and looks as if she's lived there for years and years. Being introverted and a little bit isolated, it makes sense that her place is much more than a crash pad, but her save haven. She also has great taste in art and wallpaper!


Her whimsical bedroom




The entry way...*love* this wallpaper



Her kitchen...I'm guessing it's only the wall behind her that is red, and then the other walls are tiled.

Even her windowsill is cute.




The living room. I really like the blue lampshade



I love that she has a dresser in the bathroom.



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