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I also wanted to say that I adore your 'hare trigger' painting, especially for all those carnivorous plants!


The Beautifully Strange World of Miranda Lake House Tour
6/19/14 03:28 PM

Miranda, you're home is exquisite and truly magical. Thank you for sharing it with us, I'm completely smitten!


The Beautifully Strange World of Miranda Lake House Tour
6/19/14 02:10 PM

Love every bit of your space!


Sarah's Curio Filled Studio House Tour
2/14/14 06:47 PM

I may be mistaken, but I believe the wallpaper is Leone from York Wallcoverings. Here's an image from The Old House.


Kristy's Tropical Tudor House Tour
2/15/13 01:50 PM

I'm a little late to the post but I wanted to add that printing some of your favorite Instagram photos is a great way to add some fun to one's environment. We actually printed several this past week and put them in some not-in-use frames.


Day 6: Choose a Piece of Artwork & Get Going on Framing It Apartment Therapy January Cure
1/10/13 11:36 AM

Love to see Absinthe Bourgeois an poster!


Jennifer's Touch of Hollywood Glamour House Tour
8/16/12 11:50 AM

@MELISSAM - That dining room light is amazing, isn't it? Leila purchased it from http://www.wisteria.com/, iirc.


Leila & Buff's Beautiful Beach Abode House Tour
8/3/12 10:10 AM

@Rachele - I forgot to clip into the tub to see how the Tillandsia were attached. I need to ask Leila some questions but in the meantime, a little something to chew on...

I have seen them glued directly to objects. If you wanted something not so permanent on your tiles/walls, you could glue the plants onto something small, like an individual tile piece or small block of wood, and then mount them with something non-permanent.


Leila & Buff's Beautiful Beach Abode House Tour
8/2/12 03:41 PM

Beautiful makeover and I'm tad jealous of your lovely score!


Before & After: Updated Bamboo EtageresJunkin' Junky
7/17/12 07:55 PM

@MON_TRUC_EN_PLUMES - If I recall correctly, the shades in the bedroom are stationary, but I am going to double check with Hollie.


Hollie Wood's Lowcountry Antiquarian Glam House Tour
7/5/12 09:40 AM

*and I'm shaking my head* Apparently I can't type correctly today.


Jared's Graphic-Organic "Male Model" House Tour
6/22/12 11:19 AM

Whoa, I came back to see if there was a source update for the gold lamp what am shaking my head and WTF happened to this post? Some of the comments towards the end are totally inappropriate.


Jared's Graphic-Organic "Male Model" House Tour
6/22/12 11:18 AM

What a lovely and inspiring home. I hope my garden is almost as magnificent one day! I would love to see a full picture of the umbrella.


Budi & Andrew's Global Oasis in London House Tour
6/22/12 11:04 AM

'A design pet peeve is just different taste from the next person....but I still don't chop my pillows!'

You took the words right off my keyboard, PELLI78500.


What's Your Design Pet Peeve?
6/21/12 11:00 AM

That wall of curtains is a nice idea. If you wanted to keep the louvered blinds you can go with a pelmet over the window and add sheers or regular curtains. Or, you could remove them and add a roman blind under the pelmet.


Window Coverings for Spot Behind Bed? Good Questions
6/19/12 11:58 AM

That stuff is everywhere in our area and I cannot fathom why. It looks horrid.


Why, Oh, Why The Orange Mulch?
6/19/12 11:54 AM

LOL Patrick. Hey, is there a shopping resource for the gold lamp or did I miss it somewhere in the post?


Jared's Graphic-Organic "Male Model" House Tour
6/18/12 04:43 PM

This is such a wonderful home and I don't know if I have enough adjectives to describe how awesome it is! Thank you so much for sharing it with us.


Reese & Sarah Hazel's Welcoming Home House Tour
6/13/12 09:05 AM

@WallFlowerPower - it's paper and Mod Podge, which generally doesn't add up to too much money.

For a child's chair this is adorable.


Before and After: Decoupaged Child's Chair
6/7/12 10:08 AM

I see that some people have already added some of my favorites so I'll add another. Some people are hesitant to have them because of the toxicity in the seeds (then again, hello Oleander!), but castor is a great self-sower.


5 Favorite Self Seeding Plants The Gardenist
6/6/12 04:27 PM