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An Art Gallery Owner’s Eclectic Barcelona Apartment — House Tour

Name: Martha , her husband Daniel and son Nicolas
Location: Gracia – Barcelona, Spain
Size: 754 square feet
Years lived in: 11 years, renting

Though Martha loves the Barcelona neighborhood she lives in — she describes it as a small town with artists living in it — it’s her apartment that she considers an extension of herself. It’s the place where she goes when she needs to relax. But Martha almost missed out on renting this apartment!

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Posted on Sep 15, 2017

A Bright DIY & Art-inspired Loft in Oakland — House Tour

Name: Erika Brulé
Location: Jingletown — Oakland, California
Size: 1,600 square feet
Years lived in: Rented 2 years

When Erika saw photos of the Oakland loft she now calls home, she immediately signed the lease without even looking at the space in person. She knew it would provide her with all she needed: a spacious area where she could indulge in crafts and DIY projects, expansive walls where she could hang art she loves, and industrial elements like exposed pipes and brick.

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Posted on Sep 2, 2017

A Dilapidated Old Church Becomes a Happy Vibrant Home — House Tour

Name: Jenny Mountford, owner of Attic and Fable
Location: Bridgetown, Western Australia
Size: 1894 square feet
Years lived in: 2.5 years, owned

Jenny has always been drawn to color, the avant garde and items that have a history. To hold something in her hands that’s been held by many hands before her gives her such pleasure, allowing herself to wonder about the life both it, and its owner, may have led. So even though when Jenny first stumbled across this building it was in quite a sad and sorry state, she knew that its rich history was something she could not pass up.

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Posted on Aug 29, 2017

“Luxe Bohemian Fairy Tale Discotheque” Style In Oakland — House Tour

Name: Bridget Schwartz
Location: Adams Point — Oakland, California
Size: 800 square feet
Years lived in: Rented 7 years

Bridget describes her apartment as “luxe bohemian, fairytale discotheque, and hippie princess”—all labels that are hard to define. But after touring Bridget’s bright and eccentric Oakland apartment, the descriptions start to make sense. Her apartment has so many distinct styles, and she is perfectly fine with that.

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Posted on Aug 26, 2017

An Interior Designer’s “Euro Eclectic” San Diego Home — House Tour

Name: Carol and Lee Estes
Location: Rancho Bernardo — San Diego, California
Size: 1900 Square Feet
Years Lived In: 20 years, owned

Carol Estes is an interior designer who recently built a substantial Instagram following simply by sharing photos of her own home’s eclectic interior. Over the last 20 years, Carol and her husband Lee have slowly transformed their modest three-bedroom San Diego home into a space that reflects their passion for European travel and houses their well-curated collection of eclectic art and antiquities.

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Posted on Aug 26, 2017

A London Interior Designer’s Elegant, Eclectic Flat — House Tour

Name: Anouska Tamony and her partner Scott
Location: East Dulwich — London, UK
Years lived in: 1.5 years, owned

Anouska shares a stunning London flat with her partner Scott. A light-filled home set in a turn-of-the-century terraced house (built in 1898), there are two bedrooms, a wonderfully wallpapered bathroom, a sitting room and a spare bedroom used as a study and guest room. The architecture is gorgeous — and Anouska’s filled it with a modern and eclectic mix of furnishings, color and graphics.

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Posted on Aug 25, 2017

An Editor at Rue Magazine Shows Us Her Berkeley Apartment — House Tour

Name: Katherine McEachern , Ian Tse and Gracie (the dog)
Location: Berkeley, California
Size: 750 square feet
Years lived in: 6 years, renting

“As an editor at Rue , I’m constantly looking at inspiring spaces and filing away ideas. For me, personal style is an ever-evolving challenge,” says Kat McEachern , the Lifestyle Editor for the stylish magazine. When you come across as many talented designers in your career as Kat does, it’s not surprising they’ve all impacted her style. Or that her home is always changing.

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Posted on Aug 20, 2017

“Faded Elegance” in an Echo Park Craftsman — House Tour

Name: Matt Casper and Ted Dorsey
Location: Echo Park — Los Angeles, California
Size: 2,132 square feet
Years lived in: 6 years, owned

Going to a dinner party at Matt and Ted’s is probably the grown-up equivalent of going to Disneyland. While their dining room alone makes the Haunted Mansion look like child’s play, every room in the house possesses its own unique design that feels both sophisticated and fun. From an office filled with fake pine trees to a New Mexico-inspired guest room, the fun themes throughout their historic craftsman are tasteful, eclectic, and provide the perfect kindling to ignite hours of good conversation.

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Posted on Aug 19, 2017

Move Over, Minimalism: The “New Victorian” Look is On the Rise

(Image credit: My Scandinavian Home )

Are you tired of minimalism? You’ve come to the right place. As the pendulum of design inevitably swings, people have been scrambling to predict what look will replace the all-white, minimal, Scandinavian style that is so popular right now. A lot of people have pointed to maximalism, which is the inevitable foil to maximalism. But what kind of maximalism? I think I may have stumbled across the answer.

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Posted on Aug 13, 2017

A Beautiful Vintage-Filled Studio Apartment in a Former Church — House Tour

Name: Deanna Leone, Jessie Mademann (and Thurston & Shermie the cats)
Location: Fishtown, Philadelphia
Size: Large Loft Studio (don’t know the square foot)
Years Lived In: 2.5 years, renting

Fishtown is one of Philadelphia’s many booming neighborhoods, and it’s becoming increasingly difficult to find a unique (and affordable!) home in the area. When you’re as creative as Jessie and Deanna, settling for a typical white-wall one-bedroom isn’t the ideal. The two were thrilled when a photographer friend of theirs had a vacant loft in his restored and renovated Fishtown church. What’s better than 15-foot windows, stained glass, and original pews throughout your home to give a sense of irreplaceable character?

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Posted on Aug 10, 2017

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