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BAMBOO CHARCOAL: SCIENCE AND BEAUTY

BAMBOO CHARCOAL: SCIENCE AND BEAUTY


A highly absorbent type of charcoal, activated charcoal has been used as a natural purifier in Japan since the Edo period (1603 – 1868). It naturally pulls moisture from the air and purifies drinking water, all without the use of plastic filters. 
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INSPIRED BY GEORGIA O'KEEFFE

INSPIRED BY GEORGIA O'KEEFFE


“Architecturally, it is not a masterpiece, but a house that grew.” Located in the village of Abiquiú, some 60 miles from Santa Fe, New Mexico, Georgia O’Keeffe’s historic home and studio stands as a source of constant inspiration.

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THE NEW NEUTRAL

THE NEW NEUTRAL


Have you tried pink in home decorations? Pink is feminine and sweet, but it can also be audacious, lively, sophisticated, or understated, as these eight interiors have proved.

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STYLING THE SEASONS: CHINOISERIE CHIC

STYLING THE SEASONS: CHINOISERIE CHIC


The modern day Chinoiserie has evolved into this highly versatile element - it blends in with both minimalism and maximalism, and works with bold and subdue color schemes alike.
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GOING GREEN

GOING GREEN


A versatile color in home decor, green lays a surprisingly neutral backdrop, contrasts beautifully with white to make it extra crisp, performs perfectly in rustic or luxurious textures, and makes a happy, unisex choice for a kid's room.

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STYLING THE SEASONS: BASKETS

STYLING THE SEASONS: BASKETS


Baskets are making a major comeback in modern home decor. They are functional, versatile, full of character, and able to make a home ultra homey. Even better, you can leave a basket almost anywhere in a room without making it look out of place - it just blends seamlessly into the surroundings.
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STYLING THE SEASONS: PILLOWS

STYLING THE SEASONS: PILLOWS


Pillows arelike little magicians in home decor, as they have the ability to transform the mood of a space instantly with colors, sizes, and textures. A change of cover is more than enough to signify the transition of seasons.
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YARN: THE MOVIE

YARN: THE MOVIE


In YARN: the Movie, a documentary by Montreal-based Icelandic director Una Lorenzen, knitting and crocheting are no longer the domain of grannies, but an expressive medium of art.

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