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What We Loved This Week

What We Loved from Around the Web… 

Tour a Charleston home that perfectly marries modern and Southern design.

A recipe for what might be the most beautiful loaf of bread we’ve ever seen.

Examining the grand interior style of a famed French designer.

Inside the expertly curated home of a designing couple in Melbourne.

More than 50 landscaping ideas to inspire your outdoor spaces for spring.

Photo by Lesley Unruh

Photo by Lesley Unruh

What We’ve Been Up To…

We’re all about starting the year on a fresh foot: organizing, whipping up healthy meals, spending quality time with friends and family. It’s an ethos we’re translating to home decor in the form of a neutral palette that’s as soothing as it invigorating. We love this inviting, elevated space, which seamlessly pairs classic elements with modern moments. For something that feels light but rich, take cues from this airy living room and try layering creams and taupes in a variety of lush textures. And if you’re looking for a little contrast, this chic black, white, and neutral look just might be your perfect fit.

Photo by David Land

Photo by David Land

A Parting Piece of Knowledge… 

Born in 1846, Raphael Bordallo Pinheiro was one of the most influential Portuguese artists of that time. Though widely celebrated across disciplines, he especially excelled at creating humorous drawings and ceramics. His earthenware for the table remains sought after; you’ll likely recognize his cabbage collection, iterations of which have graced the homes of many a famous socialite. We’re especially smitten with his brand’s hand-painted ceramic sardines, which double as knife rests and wall decor.

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