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26th, Tuesday -- 3 weeks ago, with 35 notes — ©design-vox.com @haileyrodrguez915 / Reblog!

simpledesks:

Spiral Stair Scenery:

Adjacent to the self-designed stairs are desks and cabinets in porcini style. The modern desk chair Ero S is designed by Philippe Starck for Kartell. On the wall sits a Triplex industrial lamp, design Johan Petter Johansson. Glass vase are on the desktop, Ann-Christine made herself by sticking together glasses and bowls. The floor is the old floor in spruce polished up. [Rough translation.]

Via Design Vox.

26th, Tuesday -- 3 weeks ago, with 238 notes — ©thearmoury @pseudohipsterbullshit / Reblog!

thearmoury:

The Carmina section at The Armoury NY

20th, Wednesday -- 1 month ago, with 4140 notes — ©lacooletchic @arabinaa / Reblog!
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12th, Tuesday -- 1 month ago, with 28629 notes — ©dailydoseofstuf @capecodsalon / Reblog!
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6th, Wednesday -- 1 month ago, with 25646 notes — ©englishsnow @deadmentell / Reblog!

englishsnow:

by Beth Kirby | {local milk}

29th, Tuesday -- 1 month ago, with 823 notes — ©sing-a-song-o-sixpence @sjuttioelva / Reblog!

18-19th c letters by Kotomi_ on Flickr.

28th, Monday -- 1 month ago, with 99671 notes @temporarey / Reblog!
25th, Friday -- 1 month ago, with 1069 notes — ©kxndrick @chambaron / Reblog!

kxndrick:

Rijksmuseum Library | © | Kxndrick

21st, Monday -- 2 months ago, with 1551 notes — ©sherlockspeare @aliensinprison / Reblog!

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16th, Wednesday -- 2 months ago, with 12789 notes — ©waunderlove @booksaremymuse / Reblog!
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13th, Sunday -- 2 months ago, with 530 notes — ©wasbella102 @tinkaroman / Reblog!

wasbella102:

Another of Pablo Neruda’s writing spaces in Chile, from Alastair Reid’s book “Pablo Neruda: Absence and Presence”