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A Globally Eclectic 19th-Century Haddonfield House — House Tour

Name: Sarah, Will, baby Romilly and Ramsey the bulldog
Location: Haddonfield, New Jersey
Size: 3,795 square feet
Years Lived In: 3 years, owned

Sarah and Will live in a beautiful 19th Century Haddonfield Manor House, designed and built by notable architect, Clement Remington. Remington was also involved in the construction of Philadelphia’s City Hall, the Curtis Building, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.


Posted on Nov 9, 2017

The One “Boho” Piece Definitely Worth Adding to Your Home

The beauty of the boho look lies in how easy it is to make it your own. You don’t need to commit to the whole ’70s-California-art-teacher aesthetic to nod to the trend. Instead, an accessory or two is just enough. The trinity of boho decor is comprised of three key pieces: Kilim rugs, macrame wall hangings and rattan ottomans.


Posted on Nov 8, 2017

Fall is The Perfect Time to Go Glamping (& Here’s What You’ll Need)

Trade in your sleeping bags for sheepskin carpets, your lawn chairs for bohemian poufs, your fold-up metal tables for pallets decorated with tablecloths, candlesticks, and rosé because it’s time to go glamping!


Posted on Oct 28, 2017

A Ceramicist’s “Southwest Modern” LA Remodel — House Tour

Name: Lake Sharp, husband Alex, and two-year-old Nevada
Location: Highland Park — Los Angeles, California
Size: 1,406 square feet
Years lived in: 4 years, owned

Lake Sharp is a skilled maker whose hand-thrown pottery, micro-batch textile goods, and exterior and interior design services comprise her business Array. In addition to being a kick-ass artist, she recently co-founded the “friendly, radically inclusive neighborhood gym and wellness center” EVERYBODY.


Posted on Oct 23, 2017

A Mosaic Artist’s Minimal & Modern Melbourne Cottage — House Tour

Name: Claire Plummer
Location: Brunswick — Melbourne, Australia
Size: 2,034 square feet
Years lived in: 15 years, owned

It might be surprising to learn that Claire Plummer — a telecommunications analyst by day, mosaic artist by night — is a self-confessed minimalist when it comes to decorating her home. But it’s precisely this conscious decision to keep it simple with furnishings that’s allowed the amazing, one-of-kind mosaic art she creates to shine.

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Posted on Oct 17, 2017

A Bohemian Montreal Loft of Two French Designers — House Tour

Name: Alex Riley and Laure-Anne Carré
Location: Plateau — Montreal, Canada
Size: 2,000 square feet
Years lived in: 1.5 years, renting

Alex and Laure-Anne are designers living and working in Montreal’s trendy and historic Plateau neighborhood. Originally from France, the pair made a move to Montreal last April to pursue new creative opportunities; they arrived in the city with nothing but suitcases of clothing. With a lot of patience, they began to build their new home from scratch. With an interest in vintage pieces from older eras, the couple began searching on weekends at local auctions and online for unique items to fill their new home with.


Posted on Oct 7, 2017

A Mix of Textures in a Splendid Spanish Apartment — House Tour

Name: Mireia
Location: Gracia — Barcelona, Spain
Size: 969 square feet
Years lived in: 12 years, owned

As a pattern designer, Mireia has an eye for mixing different textures and styles, and the beautiful Barcelona apartment she’s owned for over a decade has proven to be the perfect canvas for her to show off her styling skills.


Posted on Oct 4, 2017

A First-Time Homebuyer’s “Glam-ohemian” Charlotte House — House Tour

Name: Seana
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
Size: 2,600 square feet
Years lived in: Own. I am a first-time home owner!

Seana does not claim to be a design expert, but she could have fooled us. As a corporate professional she spends her days in a more formal atmosphere, so her first house provides a unique canvas to express her creativity. Reluctantly labeling her style “Glamohemian,” she describes herself as a “modern bohemian with a touch of glamour” while rolling her eyes at herself. Seana’s home reflects an eclectic collection of influences that are very dear to her; her has family roots in Louisiana and she spent fifteen years in Brooklyn. Artifacts on display also illustrate her love and passion for hip hop and the African diaspora, as well as several “nerdy interests” and her “lifelong obsession with fashion.”


Posted on Oct 3, 2017

A Ceramicist & Furniture Designer’s California Cabin — House Tour

Name: Ben Tetro and Kenesha Sneed
Location: Altadena, California
Years lived in: 1.7 years, renting

Ben and Kenesha’s Altadena cottage is a dream oasis for any design lover looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. With exposed wood ceilings, an original brick fireplace, and a backyard full of fruit trees, their home offers a welcoming environment and plenty of charm.


Posted on Sep 18, 2017

Have We Reached Peak Moroccan?

It’s hard to pinpoint the exact moment everyone became obsessed with all things Moroccan—poufs, lanterns, tagines, tea tables. But when it comes to textiles, the picture is a little bit clearer. A few years ago, interiors with Beni Ourain rugs started popping up in shelter magazines (and on websites like this one!). Then in a watershed design moment, if you will, West Elm released the Souk Rug back in 2012 or so, and it was on.


Posted on Sep 8, 2017


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