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Nicole Cohen X Consort Design Holiday Bazaar

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LA folks! Consort Design, one of my favorite shops in LA is hosting a super fab Holiday Bazaar featuring my work - prints and some new paintings - the new furniture collection of Erin Fetherston x Fragments Identity, and the lovely ceramics of Lux Eros. Consort has been featuring my work since their inception, so I'm psyched to finally head out there! Come drink, shop and hang with me on Wed Evening - 4 - 8 pm. Here are some shots of the gorgeously curated Consort Design with all their new holiday goodies. Cant believe it's already holiday season, but it is! Hope to see you all there - Lord … [Read more...]

Gilles & Baissier | Villa Bakhea, Biarritz

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Architects Gilles & Boissier modernized this house in Biarritz, while preserving and respecting the house's history and personality. They called it Bakhea, which means peace.  The home was built in 1902 by the Duke of Tamales, nephew of the king of Spain. The architecture is in the French Basque style but also has British and Spanish influences, since its owner had married an English aristocrat descendant of Mary Stuart. The home fell into neglect until the most recent home owners decided to give it new life. They hired the architecture and design firm Dorothee Bossier and Patrick … [Read more...]

A Retro Design Dream House.

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Feel like moving to Sydney? This iconic 80's house is now on the market. The property, also known as the White House, was designed and built by architect Peter Stronach of AllenJack+Cottier in 1987. It was purchased by ABC radio presenter Phillip Adams three years after completion, and he has lived there with his wife for almost 30 years. It was originally designed as a bachelor pad, but when Adams bought the place he converted it for family living. The house was originally sold for almost $1 million Australian dollars, and is now valued at almost $6 million. The twisted yellow staircase and … [Read more...]

My Five Favorite Ways to Hang and Style art.

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Hola! Hope you all had a great weekend! Let's dive right in shall we? I get A LOT of questions about this. How to hang art. How to arrange it. How to style it. I'm sure I'm going to do something that's officially or technically wrong here... but I always get asked the same questions: Should I do one big piece? Two small ones? Three? A gallery wall? "How should I curate and display my art collection in my home?" is something a lot of people struggle with, so I thought I would pull together a bunch of my favorite ways to do it. These are in my opinion, the easiest ways to hang your art … [Read more...]

DESIGN | Photos from around the house.

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I think I spend 22/24 hours a day at home. I'm pushing up on 8 months now and the city is covered with black ice. That doesn't make for a very nimble lady. It also doesn't make for a very inspired blog. I do best when I feel vital and alive, part of the world! Connected with nature! I guess I'm just saying I'm ready for spring, actual birth and rebirth, sunshine on my face, the feeling of breaking a sweat (oh how I miss you)! A social life that doesn't revolve around real housewives. Creative, emotional and physical renewal. Don't think I'm alone on this one, the city is teaming with "fuck … [Read more...]