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Powder room featuring Erin Adams glass mosaic tile on wall (from Ann Sacks). Kohler stainless steel vessel sink & wall mounted faucet. Espresso stained Alder wood custom floating counter with sliding frosted glass panels to conceal storage. Photo credit: Justin Officer



Beautiful kitchen all props to Photographer Tyler Redmond on Flicker




Super elegant console arrangement. Note the Chanel found on style




Lovin this super cozy wicker bed and cartography for dreams

Inspiration From Luxe


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“Since everything is in our heads, we better not loose them”
Coco Chanel

Inspiration is the indispensable foundation of
the building of your dreams.

It is immeasurably helpful in both synthesizing your
vision and communicating it to the other members of
your team. besides Pinterest and Houzz, which are both
invaluable assets in chronicling your vision

Luxe Interiors and Design 

A wonderfully inspiring place to archive your inspiration.

Bringing in the Green

The Skyline Design Group

Number 99

We only half remember that evergreens were once an object of worship.
When nights are long and the land lies sleeping we long have loved
continuing the ancient custom of brightening the house with festive greenery.

It makes no matter, fine needled or broad leaved, the season transforms these
hardy plants into something wonderful.

A living proof in winter that nature has not abandoned the earth.
Wreaths, garlands, clumped on the mantle, arching the doors, scenting the house.

Green, forever reminding us of the timeless cycle of love.

Redwood, pine, fir, eucalyptus, laurel, rhododendron, holly, it makes no difference.

A short walk, crisp air and sharp shears.

Cut with reverence.


Martha Stewart Holiday Greenery 101

Country Living Garlands

Holiday Greenery Folklore

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Dear Locus

 Dear Locus,

Personally, I think Victorian fantasies are going to be the next big thing, as long as we can come up with a fitting collective term for Powers, Blaylock and myself. Something based on the appropriate technology of the era; like ‘steam-punks’, perhaps.

 —K.W. Jeter