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Lost and Loved from this January.

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With all the hustle and bustle of Paris travel I was almost forgetting that the month ended, and about my fav monthly space!

This time I called the monthly random post lost and loved: lost as my temper, first thanks to a canceled trip, then thanks to a trip which lasted longer after a flight cancellation, then thanks to a series of small things that make you loose the patience. loved as for all the beautiful things I’ve seen during this month, or even just as the desire to come back to this virtual work after the winter break.

Lost and loved just as all the images and inspirations I found this month and still have not shared in this busy January:

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Con tutto il trambusto di questi giorni parigini quasi mi stavo dimenticando che il mese sta finendo. E del mio spazio preferito, quello di fine mese.

Stavolta l’articolo mensile random l’ho intitolato lost and loved: lost un po’ come la mia pazienza, persa, prima grazie a un viaggio cancellato, poi grazie a un volo cancellato che me ne ha prolungato un altro, nel mentre da una serie di piccole cose che la pazienza te la fanno perdere per forza. loved come tutte le cose belle che ho visto questo lungo mese, tra casa e Parigi, o anche solo come la voglia di riprendere il proprio lavoro dopo la pausa invernale.

Lost and loved anche solo come tutte quelle immagini che mi sono passate davanti questo mese e che non ho avuto il tempo di ricondividere e che vi ripropongo oggi in una carrellata di rimandi a questo Gennaio:

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I’d like to live here | January round up

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Green at home now is not just for plants, but for walls and furniture as well. Like this beautiful accent wall in green from an house tour on Alvhem

Read more about the trendiest decor trend, green walls, here on the blog

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This is another dreamy cozy corner where to rest in winter (read here for the ingredients for a perfect winter weekend),

Anna de Leeuw via Vtwonen

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This hallway is just one of the beautiful rooms of a fabulous French interior,

the home of stylist and photographer Aurélie Lécuyer found here

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…and this is the home workspace of the same home. I would need a wall gallery like this to hang all the stuff I brought from Maison et Objet!

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I had a crush with this colourful living room in Nashville, part of an home by designer Lori Paranjape, via domino .

This wall-to-ceiling bookcase is amazing!

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Opposite from the house before, this interior in Geneve by architect Aurélie Monet Kasisi, via Dezeen.

The home is divided by a series of bookcase-like structures that simultaneously work as storage and partitions for the space.

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Design Finds &news | January round up

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The CMYK Colour Swatch Calendar for 2016 by Peter von Freyhold: it’s the 3rd edition of this original calendar maden of colourful tags.

The calendar shows 371 selected shades that play together on the weekly as color compositions, each one with its exact CMYK color values ​​are each listed on the strip.

(Something else about colours and calendar: here my interior colour trends calendar for 2016)

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The soft coloured paintings of New Zealand artist Sarah Kelk.

Sold on the beautiful Australian e-shop Hello Polly, founded by Sarah

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The ceramics by SuiteOneStudio are produced in North Carolina by ceramist Lindsay Emery, in watercolor paintings and a delicate gold finish

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There’s something magical in Paris rooftops, with all those chimneys and blind walls.  This is what is portrayed by Paris Abstraction, a series by photographer Michael Wolf exploring both the architectural complexity and the density of the Parisian landscape.

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…& a barking goodbye!

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An eclectic 1950s ranch with two furry guests, via Design Sponge

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