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Design by Ébénisterie Niché part of Coop Établi, Montréal, Canada, 2016

Design by Ébénisterie Niché part of Coop Établi, Montréal, Canada, 2016

WELCOME to one of the most interesting and comprehensive wine resources on the web. If you are relatively new to wine, don't be intimidated by some of the seriously geeky bits: this site is designed to appeal to novices as well as long-term wine nuts.

WELCOME to one of the most interesting and comprehensive wine resources on the web. If you are relatively new to wine, don't be intimidated by some of the seriously geeky bits: this site is designed to appeal to novices as well as long-term wine nuts.

I think this "French five" wardrobe concept will fit me better than a capsule.

The Five-Piece French Wardrobe Challenge

Romses Architects' Harvest Green Project

Harvest Green’s Vision of Vertical Urban Farming in Mixed-Use Buildings

Jelly Bean Mason Jar quilt, 29 x 51", for the Vancouver Modern Quilt Guild's challenge in November 2014.  Original design by Laurraine Yuyama at Patchwork Pottery

Jelly Bean Mason Jar quilt, 29 x 51", for the Vancouver Modern Quilt Guild's challenge in November 2014. Original design by Laurraine Yuyama at Patchwork Pottery

Storage in your Midtown Atlanta Condo can always be a challenge. Here is a brilliant bathroom storage idea; moving kitchen spice cabinet concept to the bathroom

10 Innovative and Excellent DIY Ideas For the Little Bathroom 7

Storage in your Midtown Atlanta Condo can always be a challenge. Here is a brilliant bathroom storage idea; moving kitchen spice cabinet concept to the bathroom

We choose the buildings we live in, the clothes we wear, how we want to be entertained, and we keep things around us to tell the story of who we are. For one year, Mathew Arthur, a designer from Vancouver, Canada, will live in a van. The year will be an exercise challenging the conventions placed around contemporary living and how we let the spaces we inhabit define us.

Mathew Arthur Challenges Space and Conventional Living by Turning His Van Into a Home

We choose the buildings we live in, the clothes we wear, how we want to be entertained, and we keep things around us to tell the story of who we are. For one year, Mathew Arthur, a designer from Vancouver, Canada, will live in a van. The year will be an exercise challenging the conventions placed around contemporary living and how we let the spaces we inhabit define us.

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