Rooms We Love
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It’s amazing what blogging has done to my design psyche. I used to keep my “decorating stream of consciousness” to myself, except when involved in client projects or consultations, or… More
Posted on Wednesday, August 25, 2010
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Stainless steel is hip and elegant. Its cool-to-the-touch surface and goes-with-anything “color” has long put it at the top of home design wish lists. But its coolness is not only tactile,… More
Posted by The Growers and Nomads Team on Thursday, April 29, 2010
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Here's your profile: You love the ocean. Moby Dick is one of your favorite books. You subscribe to magazines like Yachting World and Sail, even though the nearest body of water is a nearby pond your kids… More
Posted by The Growers and Nomads Team on Thursday, March 25, 2010
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We found this fabulous shot on Design*Sponge. It's the Paris dining room of Frech PR agency owner Helena Amourdedieu, and it is just one of many wonderfully cool and whimsical rooms in Helena's home.  Here's… More
Posted by The Growers and Nomads Team on Wednesday, December 16, 2009
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Pink. In small quantities (say a shirt, a throw pillow, a lipstick) is an easy color to love. In larger quantities (a pre-teen girl’s bedroom, a Hello Kitty store, Miami) it tends to feel over-the-top.… More
Posted by The Growers and Nomads Team on Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Stylish Bed and Bookshelves
Some people have a knack for composition. Like Erika and Patrik Morn, of Stockholm (yes, Sweden) who are the proud owners of the bedroom below. Perhaps it's in their Swedish blood, this gift for good design,… More
Posted by The Growers and Nomads Team on Wednesday, October 21, 2009
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Chocolate. The ultimate, feel-good, calorie-filled comfort. Chocolate soothes us, satisfies us, and even -- depending on who you ask -- does us bodily good.   So why should chocolate-colored walls be… More
Posted by The Growers and Nomads Team on Wednesday, October 14, 2009
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