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This All-Green London Home Blurs the Line Between Indoors and Out

This All-Green London Home Blurs the Line Between Indoors and Out

When London-based fashion creative Deborah Brett first saw her two-story, 1930s-era home-to-be, it wasn’t exactly love at first sight. “It seemed very grown-up,” she recalls. At the time, Brett and her husband, filmmaker Tom Edmunds, had just married, and buying such an expansive family property felt a little too soon—like …

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Our T-Shirt Line Is Baaaaaaaack!

Our T-Shirt Line Is Baaaaaaaack!

Over 10 years ago we launched a small t-shirt line featuring designs for women, men, and – yes – even dogs! I’m not kidding. Who remembers that?! We eventually retired it, so who knows how many still exist out there in the wild – beyond the dozen or so in …

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How to Propagate a Cactus, According to the Experts

How to Propagate a Cactus, According to the Experts

If you’re in the market for a cactus, you’ve likely noticed that you can’t simply purchase a full-grown desert dweller online. The prickly plants don’t transport well, and much like vintage furniture, you could end up paying more in shipping than for the actual greenery. This leaves you with two …

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Remodelaholic | DIY Kitchen Cabinets

Update A Tile Shower & Tub In A Weekend + 30+ Springy DIY Decor Ideas

It’s the start of a new week! We hope it’s a great one for you! We can’t wait to see what you have planned, and we can’t wait to share our projects with you! We would love to see what you’ve been working on! Tag us with #imaremodelaholic, email them …

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How To Style A Vintage Mini Rug

How To Style A Vintage Mini Rug

Have you guys heard of the concept of a mini rug before? If not, you’re not alone! I was first introduced to these pint-sized rugs via a new-to-me vintage rug shop called (you guessed it!) The Rug Shop. Katja and I connected over social media, and she offered to let …

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Pattern Making Basics: Sources for Artwork

Pattern Making Basics: Sources for Artwork

Hello friends! Today is Part Two of the four part series I’m writing about making patterns for use for fabric, wallpaper, home decor, etc. Last week was the introduction with a post about tools to know in Photoshop. Today the topic is sourcing artwork for creating patterns. I’ll show you …

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Le Creuset Has Moved Its Famous Factory-to-Table Sale Online

Le Creuset Has Moved Its Famous Factory-to-Table Sale Online

Cooking, like walking, reading, and streaming, is something we’re all doing a whole lot more of these days. As you get reacquainted with your kitchen, you might find that you’re missing key cookware to recreate the pasta dish from your favorite restaurant or, perhaps, put together a full-on Easter feast. …

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