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Do you ever dream of being a nomad? I think it’s something that crosses all of our minds at one point or another. Traveling from place to place with no destination in sight; living in a beat up caravan that’s covered in beautiful tapestries inside and overflowing with little trinkets you’ve collected along the way. It just seems so free. Read more »

megan kalu -Feb 07, 2014, 2:36AM
I love this look and my house has been like this for 35 years!! Yes, I'm an "old hippy" and still loving it. Of course I've changed it up a little here and there, but I'm basically the same o'le me. It's funny because my daughter (27) is very streamline, everything is white and stainless steal in her home and my son (33) is a jock and traditional, but they love my quirkiness and everything in my apt. is a conversation piece. I lost my husband a couple of years ago and I decided to sell our home since the kids were all grown up and gone and I went into a very bland apartment, beige walls... yadda, yadda, yadda... so I transformed it very close to what my home was. One thing I hated were these white popcorn ceilings...yuck!! So I followed the design very close to #5 photo above and walla the popcorn is gone!! And just a little tip for those who want to hang any type of materials on you walls, I have always used stitch witchery. I use my trusted 25-year-old iron and off I go. I cut a strip of how long I want it, place it between the wall and the cloth, place my iron over top and iron away. That's it. No nails. And when you want to change it up, just pull it off and if some still sticks to the wall, just scrape it. Takes two seconds. Anyways, just wanted to say I love your site and will continue to seek new ideas.
Rohit -Jun 27, 2013, 3:49AM
Some traditional furnishings that can add more style, http://www.fabocity.com/index.php/catalogsearch/result/?q=traditional&x=0&y=0

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Of all the décor crushes I have, vintage glass might just be number one. Every time I enter a thrift store (AKA every few days), the first thing I do is make a beeline to the glass section. I scoop up every single mason jar, milk jug, and carafe as fast as I can, as if someone else is going to steal them all if I don’t hurry. Why? Read more »

Melanie@Glass Bottles -Sep 25, 2012, 6:16AM
I also share a great deal of passion for collecting vintage glass bottles. But to add more color I just fil them up within different spices and foods adds a slight tint and they just look really amazing.
diyearte by L & S -Sep 17, 2012, 4:21AM
beautiful idea!! DIY and more: http://diyearte.blogspot.com.es

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One of my favorite places to be is inside a romantic-feeling home. You feel light, free, and pretty – and most importantly, happy. It’s hard to believe that décor can have the ability to do that, but it totally does. Read more »

Mary -May 23, 2013, 11:09PM
So inspiring! I'm new to the site and I cannot stop reading everything. So far this is my favorite.
diyearte by L & S -Sep 13, 2012, 5:45PM
beautiful... we love it!! DIY and more: http://diyearte.blogspot.com

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UPDATE: This post originally ran on July 7, 2012, but as we’re starting to feel little hints of cooler fall weather, we’re getting the urge to cozy up inside our homes — and what better a thing to do inside the comfort of your own home than practice yoga?!

Doing yoga at home rules. Of course it’s awesome to practice in a studio with a class to motivate you and a skilled instructor to make sure you’re reaching your potential, but there’s something so relaxing about being able to just unwind and set yourself free in a space you can call your own. Read more »

elena -May 10, 2013, 6:16AM
I have never practice yoga but I want to start practising your post is very helpful ,thanks for sharing.Elena
molly -Jan 09, 2013, 8:47PM
obviously i have an entire extra room in my house for YOGA PURPOSES ONLY

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Post image for Color Palette Inspiration: Orange Hues

We’re closing in on the first week of September and that means that it’s time to start embracing fall full-force! If you’re not already in the mood for fall, let me give you a little nudge: red, orange, and yellow leaves falling gracefully to the ground in the light, cool breeze. Skinny jeans with thick, cozy socks; light jackets; and scarves thrown loosely around your neck. Read more »

Zinnia -Oct 11, 2013, 3:21PM
My favourite color- so lovely ♥

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Post image for Must-Try: Western-Inspired Décor

I love the Wild West. To be honest, I’ve never really been out west – except for during a cross-country road trip I took a few summers ago and perhaps a little trip I took as a teenager – but there’s something about cowboys & Indians, horses, cacti, and tumbleweeds that’s just so intriguing. Read more »

Stephanie -Apr 04, 2013, 1:55PM
This decor is stunning! I found this store that carries the most beautiful Indian print blankets, such an authentic style http://www.kraffs.com/62252/734006/Pendleton-Blankets/Spirit-of-The-Peoples-Blanket-Tan.html?img=970132
blanket -Oct 11, 2012, 3:07AM
impressive post,and impressive girl。love them!

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Post image for Décor Crush: Air Plants

Have you guys heard of air plants? I had heard about them in the past, but had sort of forgotten about them until I visited interior designer Phoebe Schuh’s home. She had just one air plant sitting in a glass on her kitchen table and I fell in love all over again: Read more »

Leila -Nov 22, 2013, 4:58PM
Love, love your photos! Definitely have a not-so-secret obsession with air plants myself. If anyone is looking for care instructions, check out the website link I included. I created an air plant care Infographic to make it easy.
airplants -Jun 21, 2013, 8:42PM
i have a few airplants i bought from airplant design studio and airplant city, all good stores also got some from airplants2go. Started to build my own terreriums now, its good fun and airplants are easy enough to take care of! Michelle

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Post image for How To Hand Paint Antique Silverware

I love having an eclectic kitchen. When I buy plates, bowls, glasses, and silverware, I usually only buy one of each piece (which is easy enough if you’re getting it all from a thrift store!) – I love being able to mix everything up, with no two pieces the same. Read more »

jack Lee -Apr 15, 2014, 9:21AM
nice and creative designs of Silverware. for bathroom faucets designs click on following link. http://www.grohe.com/in/25432/grohe-designer-alliance/grohe-designer-alliance/
Sarah -Jan 02, 2013, 10:46AM
does anyone know how these held up after washing? Dishwasher or regular handwashing - either or

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I’m obsessed with our Intimates lookbook that launched this week; it’s full of flowy fabrics and pretty little details that just make me want to cozy up inside a tent in my bedroom. Read more »

tamera -Apr 23, 2013, 2:47PM
I can cheap lingerie some good lingerie to do this? i hope its quote better
Camille -Nov 19, 2012, 9:35AM
It's not quite decorating but I can see what you were going for. Some of the shots are more appropriate for set design than decoration, creating a realistic lived-in environment. At a push you could make some doilies with lingerie but I don't think you could get much more out of them.

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Post image for Our New Fall Displays: An Enchanted Forest

I always look forward to the change in seasons when new displays go up in our stores. Every time, they take my breath away and provide so much inspiration for unique home décor. Our fall displays this year remind me of an enchanted forest with twinkling lights, trees climbing towards the ceilings, shimmering leaves and splashes of magical watercolor. Read more »

Michelle -Sep 06, 2012, 5:25PM
Hi! Im a Graphic Design major with a fine art background and I was just curious as to how one would go about becoming someone who makes and designs the window and store displays for freepeople?
Sam -Aug 21, 2012, 11:52PM
I love all of the colors and textures! Very inspiring. the vogue bandit

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Post image for Simple Decorating For Your End-Of-Summer Party: String Lights

Update: This post originally ran on May 26, 2012, but with the season winding down, we wanted to share some inspiration for decorating your end-of-summer parties with one easy element: string lights.

It is absolutely amazing what a string of lights can do. Immediately a so-so space can be transformed into a dreamy, whimsical wonderland. Read more »

Hiren Modi -Jun 08, 2012, 7:20AM
@fp brigette I'm 100% agree with it. String lights are best solution for outdoor decorating...
Warehouse Charleston -May 28, 2012, 6:01PM
I am going to be honest here: this post is excellent! I learned a bunch of new, fascinating information. If you could send me your newsletter link, I would be very happy! Keep writing like this, and you will be well-known in no time.

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Post image for Interior Designer Phoebe Schuh Invites Us In (And Gives Awesome Advice!)

Above: Phoebe Schuch looking lovely in our Ladder Fringe Tassel Necklace with her adorable kitten, Baku!

Last week we had the pleasure of visiting the (gorgeous) home of Philadelphia-based interior designer Phoebe Schuh of PS & Daughters. What I love most about Phoebe’s home is that it’s so much more than pretty things carefully arranged in pretty ways. Read more »

interiordesignsid.com -May 06, 2014, 11:08PM
I really love this girls style – that mantle is gorgeous. She’s pretty too!
Interior Design Ideas -Apr 16, 2014, 7:46AM
Amazing a Blog.. Txh U

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