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Summer has come and gone, and left us with the warmth of its sweet memories as we welcome fall with open arms. Read more »

Jodi -Nov 06, 2014, 4:47PM
The little fire pit is so charming. Perfect for a California home where we typically don't have fireplaces. www.thrumypeepers.com
orton -Sep 30, 2014, 2:13AM
hello everyone.i am orton from california.This article is very amazing, I was very impressed at all.i think its very helpful for well decorating ideas.

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Post image for Take Your Decor From Summer To Fall

The air is crisp, the days are getting shorter, and the bounty of autumn’s harvest is inviting us all to get cooking and get cozy; as we transition ourselves into colder months, doesn’t it make sense to change up our decor as well? Read more »

Chelsea -Oct 22, 2014, 9:50AM
Where is that Pumpkin Jewelry Box from?
Kate -Sep 30, 2014, 10:39PM
I love this concept. I never decorated for the seasons much, except when it comes to the seasonal decor itself. Subtle changes seem to really be the way to go. Also, I am ogling over that pumpkin (?!?!) jewelry box. I want seven!

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There’s something about a man-made structure covered in leaves and vines that just totally pulls me in like a magnet – and when I was in Amsterdam last month, I found myself surrounded with this kind of beauty with every turn. Read more »

Maïa -Sep 19, 2014, 8:24AM
Amsterdam is such a beautiful city ! I need to get back there ! x, Maïa http://wildandfolkheart.com
Aman -Sep 17, 2014, 10:02PM
brigette u da bomb girl!! http://lifturbum.blogspot.ca

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Post image for Two Alternative Towel Hanger Ideas

I’ve always felt that every home necessity brings an opportunity to get creative and come up with something aesthetically appealing – and unique. You can infuse the essence of you into every item you place inside your home. Read more »

Maïa -Sep 19, 2014, 10:02AM
Love this idea ! Both of them are really cute ! x, Maïa http://wildandfolkheart.com
Marsya -Sep 15, 2014, 9:05AM
Love these ideas <3 Thanks for sharing these and great post <3 http://www.kinikunormal.blogspot.com/

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Post image for How To Properly Store Your Summer Clothes

I have dreams of one day having a Clueless-level closet. The size of a small trailer, I’d showcase my clothes from all seasons and a computer system would tell me what to wear. Unfortunately I’m dealing with exactly the opposite. Read more »

coco covers -Jun 01, 2015, 4:35AM
Ahhhh those were the days..... Julie thanks for giving helps advise in dealing with 'seasonal' clothes,,, it always was in question the best way but now that I live in Hawai'i this is one of the many issues I don't need be concerned with. Yet then there are NEW clothes issues over here,, spider and gecko pee stains are almost impossible to get out and mold of many colors grows if hanging clothes are packed in tight. So if it isn't one thing it's another, best I've found is try not to have too many clothes, wear what you have often, and get rid of those you rarely use. Hah,, then there's a company called Free People that makes what I just said almost impossible (esp. when I buy the same dress/top in 2-3 colors) soooo I built a small hut just for my clothes with hang bars,, shelves, plenty hang hooks and baskets. cedar lined the inside and hang lavender and other stuff bugs hate. It's been a little over 2 years and as long as I do a weekly check "keep everything in it's place" day I feel I have finally conquered what I decorate my body with...... now I'm thinking of your computer system but with having each piece of clothes micro-chipped,, type in the mood I want for the day , when I'd go to the hut my outfit would be on display ready to be put on___ I dream big lol
Lynn Griffin -May 26, 2015, 8:51AM
I use vacuum packaging for my clothes, but I always have the problem with deciding to wear some of the vacuumed clothes and I have to unpack everything, and then vacuum it again. It's a great idea to use a plastic container or an old suitcase! Thanks!

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Post image for Home Tour: Sonoma Water Tower Hideaway

When I arrived in San Francisco a couple of weeks ago, I wasted no time heading to my first destination – the home of our West Coast writer, Amy.  Read more »

Ashley LeMay -Oct 02, 2014, 2:09AM
What a gorgeous and comfortable looking home. The details are beautiful :)
Hausfrau -Sep 24, 2014, 7:01AM
I absolutely love your home, and I doubt I'd want to leave it very often, either! Oh, and your textile mix is fantastic.

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Post image for Home Tour: Senior Designer, FP Movement

While in California a couple of weeks ago, I jumped at the opportunity to visit our FP Movement designer at her home in Inverness, California.  I had heard how amazing it was beforehand, but had never seen any photos.  Read more »

Sierra Joy -Oct 27, 2014, 4:42PM
This home is so inspiring. Her husband's pieces are just gorgeous! It was cool to hear her mention Bolinas. It really is an amazing little surfer town that I actually visit to surf. :)
Maïa -Sep 02, 2014, 9:53AM
Such a beautiful home ! I love the style, all the stuff, this is really inspiring ! The interview is beautiful too, Ryanne is really awesome ! x, Maïa www.wildandfolkheart.com

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Post image for How To Simplify A Complicated Life

I’ve always been a hoarder collector by nature. As a child, I had the eye of a magpie, collecting and displaying little things I’d find, but while this habit started out innocently enough, lately I’ve felt the need to simplify. Read more »

Hanna -Oct 24, 2014, 11:37AM
I live in a shared attic apartment, and every weekend when I tidy up, I find things I've brought in that just don't have a physical place to be. This causes two things to happen, in the vein of minimizing: First, a pretty regular evaluation of the value of the things around me, and getting rid of the things that I don't need. Second, this mess of piles on the floor that drive me crazy. I hate feeling like I've got too much stuff or too much empty space. Small living spaces are definitely my way of simplifying my life.
Susan -Aug 21, 2014, 12:41PM
Such a wonderful post! I always say "if in doubt, throw it out"! The Weaver Of Words.....give me 15 words and I'll tell you a tale www.averyfairytale.wordpress.com

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Post image for Decorate With Beach Stones And Make Summer Endless

Rocks aren’t exactly the most convenient thing to collect, but over the years I’ve managed to amass a small congregation of them. Picked up from rivers, streams, and ocean shores, smoothed by thousands of years of elemental exposure, when I find one with an interesting striation or shape, into my pocket it goes, along with small shells and other tokens of the natural world. Read more »

Valerie - Selling Homes in Philly -Sep 19, 2014, 10:58AM
I also happen to have a little rock collection of my own. But unlike yours, I placed several of them in small fish bowls and scattered them all throughout my home. Maybe I should try this out. I’ll just have to sort through them first, though. I’m excited! Great collection, by the way!
Lawrance -Aug 25, 2014, 11:34AM
love the idea of putting rocks together with the air plants. Hard with soft. http://pickmyled.com/top-5-full-spectrum-led-grow-lights-reviews/

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Post image for Decor Inspiration: Fall 2014 Store Displays

It’s always a nice treat to step outside of the office and visit the Walnut Street store here in Philly.  Read more »

Nancy -Oct 04, 2014, 2:52AM
Great Post and very Inspiring. I love all the textures and designs you are showing in your wall. Thanks for sharing.
Rachel F -Aug 17, 2014, 10:35PM
How do you get a job in visual display? Do they hire artists to do this kind of work?

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Post image for How To Physically & Spiritually Cleanse A New Home

This past weekend I found myself standing amid the rubble of my new apartment, crumpled wrapping paper up to my knees, boxes piled on every available surface, and with the overwhelming feeling of not knowing where to begin looming over me. Read more »

Nina -May 15, 2015, 9:21AM
Gently pour the water into the salt, adding a prayer or invocation. An example of a Universalist prayer: "May the blending the elements of pure salt to preserve the sanctity and pure water cleanse this space, in the Name of ........." (here add your own prayer or finish the invocation to whichever deity you have belief in).
Clapham -Apr 14, 2015, 7:31AM
I recently moved house and still can't get used to my new home. It's the best house I've ever been in and yet I feel foreign to it. I've unpacked all my items and now everything is in place, but still can't feel like home. Perhaps I'll try cleansing my soul. It's the only thing I haven't tried so far. Thanks for sharing. We often times forget our soul is more important than material things.

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Post image for 5 Gorgeous Pet-Safe Houseplants

While keeping them alive may be an entirely different story, I have always had a thing for houseplants. I love the instant breath of life they bring into a space; the touch of nature that makes you feel good to be in its presence. Read more »

Moni -Aug 04, 2014, 10:36PM
yay!!! I've been desiring a post like this forever, mahalo Brigette! Oh yes, of course for da kitties, CATMINT- especially when it's budding! xo
Kenzie Smith -Aug 04, 2014, 8:01PM
I love all of those plants! I am definitely going to have to look into a couple of those :) So far my dogs seem very uninterested in eating plants (other than grass) but I would hate for them to think that it was okay to eat an inside plant and have it be toxic.

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