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Signatures of Domythic Living: Day 3, Books!
Okay, so at the beginning of the week I said that we would be featuring decorating staples that aren't mandatory for Domythic style, but certainly enhance it. But I have to admit...today's selection is one I can't imagine a house without: books. Books not only should fill all of our shelves, but they also make wonderful decoration items for the bibliophile. Set a stack of them on an unused chair: Display a stunning silhouette book on a shelf: And I just love the idea of covering a stack of…
Triple Book Slings
Do y'all remember the list I posted about all the things I wanted to finish in the nursery before the baby comes? Well, I've completed my first task...book slings! I first came across the idea on
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BookTree Infuses Nature and Design
Kostas Syrtariotis is a Greek-Italian architect and designer who lives in Venice, Italy. His most recent work, BookTree, was presented at Milan Design
Remodelista Gift Guide: For the Bicyclist - Remodelista
My friend Brian, who is generally frugal, has a rule: "I allow myself to buy whatever I want if it's a form of self-powered transportation," he says (in ad
Querosene House: A Bibliophile’s Dream in São Paulo
If we’re going to be friends, there’s something you should know about me — I love books. I love stacks of books, bookcases, book covers, even books about books. Knowing that, you can understand why I clapped my hands with glee when I saw this home in São Paulo, Brazil.Floor to ceiling books! Not on just on one floor, but on three floors of the house! And with stairs and balconies to access all 7,500 of them, I would never be at a loss for what to read.