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Target Home: Kitchen (an UPDATE)

My first post a few weeks ago for Apartment Therapy was for Target’s new HOME brand line of organizational/storage products. I really loved their “Kitchen” category, and had to have this neat under-sink-organizer thingy. Here is what my dark and scary under-the-sink area looked before:And now, finally, after a week or two of just sitting in the pretty box (no help from my lazy-ness) , here is the AF
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book review: At home with Color

At Home with Color is a new book written by Matthew and Grainne Dennison, with the most amazing photography by Chris Everard. What I love most about this book is that every room shown is perfectly layered and has so much soul. I love “colorful” rooms that are not so “cut and dry”. For example, I’m not attracted to rooms where all the colors match exactly. This seems to be done a lot on m
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Serendipity

Ever randomly look at something you have had for ages, and really look at it, only to discover something you’d never noticed before? I’ve had this great lucite lamp that my friend Em gave me (ok, to be honest, she kinda stole it from her Dad- ok – well, I guess technically her Mother “granted permission”, cuz I think she wanted to get rid of it…) anyways- love it- had it in my offi
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Blue Monday: the happy house

Oy vey! Monday is practically over and I’m just now posting for today. yikes! work is kinda crazy the beginning of this week so my posts may be kinda light… However, I did want to share this funny little box I got at an estate sale recently. It originally held some decorative votives, but I just couldn’t resist the funny graphic on it. and it was blue. Not sure what i’m going to do with itR
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Sanna Annukka

I have to admit, I’m not really a follower of the group Keane, but I have recently been seeing their new album cover around and I am in love with the artwork. Apparently Keane collaborated with Finnish artist Sanna Annukka Smith. The style is influenced by Finnish folk art, (and I’m so obssessed with scandinavian folk art lately…) Here is an interview with Sanna that was on the Keane website. I̵
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