fantastic future home

things we love: white beds with wood frames, squishy couches, wood floors and furniture, unique lighting and stairs, shelves and great kitchens
food52:

Baby, I’m yours.
(via huffposttaste)

food52:

Baby, I’m yours.

(via huffposttaste)

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vintageluxe:

style at home

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scandinaviancollectors:

The apartment of Joanna Lavén in Stockholm, featude in Elle Decoration Sweden: A leather hippo by Dimitri Omersa & Co for Svenskt Tenn, Pierre Guariche floor light (ca.1950s), Carlo Scarpa chandelier for Venini and Krysset lounge chairs by Fredrik Kayser for Vatne Møbler, Norway. Photograph by Jonas Ingerstedt. / Dust jacket

scandinaviancollectors:

The apartment of Joanna Lavén in Stockholm, featude in Elle Decoration Sweden: A leather hippo by Dimitri Omersa & Co for Svenskt Tenn, Pierre Guariche floor light (ca.1950s), Carlo Scarpa chandelier for Venini and Krysset lounge chairs by Fredrik Kayser for Vatne Møbler, Norway. Photograph by Jonas Ingerstedt. / Dust jacket

sublimespy:

Joseph Dirand - T Magazine 

sublimespy:

Joseph Dirand - T Magazine 

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food52:

A kitchen to run away to.  (via i want that kitchen)

food52:

A kitchen to run away to.

(via i want that kitchen)

jennilee:

Two years ago, sculptor Hanna Eshel was looking for a roommate and placed this ad on Craigslist. “I didn’t want to explain my loft; you just have to see it,” the 87-year-old artist said of the apartment where she lived and worked since 1978. Filled with climbing houseplants, simple wooden furniture and, most profoundly, her art — abstract paintings and hulking sculptures made from Carrara marble — it’s a place that time forgot. For nearly four decades, she chiseled and sanded away in quiet obscurity, apart from a few small shows. “I had no interest in promoting art,” she says. Besides, the sensuous, minimalistic forms of her work were not necessarily in step with the current trends. “There was Pop Art and Op Art. I didn’t follow the fashions.” (via Legacy | A Love Eternal)

jennilee:

Two years ago, sculptor Hanna Eshel was looking for a roommate and placed this ad on Craigslist. “I didn’t want to explain my loft; you just have to see it,” the 87-year-old artist said of the apartment where she lived and worked since 1978. Filled with climbing houseplants, simple wooden furniture and, most profoundly, her art — abstract paintings and hulking sculptures made from Carrara marble — it’s a place that time forgot. For nearly four decades, she chiseled and sanded away in quiet obscurity, apart from a few small shows. “I had no interest in promoting art,” she says. Besides, the sensuous, minimalistic forms of her work were not necessarily in step with the current trends. “There was Pop Art and Op Art. I didn’t follow the fashions.” (via Legacy | A Love Eternal)