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  • small bedrooms -

    Tiny bedrooms.

    Photo by Dabito for Justina Blakeney‘s The New Bohemians I have a thing for tiny bedrooms. I guess it’s because I’ve never really understood the need for a large bedroom, since it’s…

  • Muji Hut -

    Muji Hut.

    Everyone has their favorite things from Muji (mine are their travel containers, cut cotton pads, spiral notebooks, and plain totes), but have you seen their new foray into living spaces? The Muji…

  • Popham Design -

    Cement tiles from Popham Design.

    I have a folder on my desktop called FUTURE BLOG. I endlessly drag URLs and photos into that folder, with the distant idea that someday I’ll get around to sharing this stuff…

  • Macrame Headboards -

    Macramé headboards.

    Earlier today I was looking back on some of my favorite Dwell home tours, and I came across this dreamy-perfect house (which probably deserves its own Yeah, I Could Live There post)—and…

  • Stockholm apartment -

    Yeah, I could live there.

    Yeah, I could live there is an occasional D16 feature wherein I post pictures of homes I want to break into, kick out the inhabitants and move in. This time, kicking out…

  • Black house in Montreal designed by Architecture Open Form -

    A black house in Montréal.

    Happy Friday! I’m taking a quick break from my bedroom makeover to ogle this incredible black house in Montréal. Québec-based firm Architecture Open Form restored the wooden facade (including a complete rebuild…

  • Lulu Frost studio / Katie Martinez interior -

    Lulu Frost Studio.

    I picked up Domino magazine recently for the second time since its 2013 relaunch, and after getting over some initial sticker shock (that $12 cover price is rough), I felt my money…

  • BleUcoin tile decals -

    Temporary tile cover-up: BleUcoin tile decals.

    OK, so I swear I’m not going to rename this blog (oh hey, it’s available…), but fresh on the heels of my Smart Tiles awakening, a very nice D16 reader emailed…

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