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An artistic escape

When it comes to choosing artwork for your walls, sometimes making a decision and actually committing to a particular piece can feel utterly overwhelming! For many years, in my previous rented flats, I've avoided making a commitment by invoking the 'do not damage the walls' clause in my contact, and opted to simply lean layered pieces of framed artwork against ...
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on the map

by now you've probably spotted mapiful printed map posters all over instagram and pinterest. the swedish start-up has really captured the zeitgeist for simple geometric designs that celebrate a pervading sense of wanderlust and i'm pretty sure that by now there's not a single interior design blogger without one of their beautiful custom prints hanging in their home! so, uh, i've ...
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what is the city but the people?

  union squares: view looking west, lauren smith | untitled, valerie carpender | liquor, adalberto ortiz | fresh, paul robinson | glow in the dark, cécile van hanja it's no secret that i'm a city-dwelling gal through and through. while i may occasionally catch myself daydreaming about vast white beaches or rolling hillsides of luscious green, my heart is well ...
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hello 2012!

| "i love my city" art print by judy kaufmann | i cannot believe how quickly 2011 came and went, but boy am i excited 2012 is here! as a proud londoner i am absolutely bursting with joy that my beloved hometown will be hosting the greatest spectacle on earth this year; the games hold so much hope, so much ...
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