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Spotted Around the Web…

Thursday, August 14th, 2014

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Oh, the guilty pleasures of procrastination… Whether you’re looking to kill time at work or you’re already looking forward to a lazy Saturday morning in bed, you’ll need this week’s best links to keep you entertained… - Gabrielle, Savvy Home

 

Visit this insanely cool Art & Design college in the South of France.

Try making these easy DIY throw cushions this weekend.

Tour Darius Rucker’s stunning Charleston home designed by Angie Hranowsky.

5 rules to build the perfect gallery wall.

Broiled Lobster Crostini with Champagne Sauce? Yes please!

 

Gabrielle | Savvy Home

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Design Icon: The Industrial Dome Pendant

Thursday, August 7th, 2014

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Everyone has a wish list for their dream home filled with “must-have” items. In this series, I’ll fill you in on my own “must-have” items – and hopefully show you that in some cases they’re more attainable than you think! - Gabrielle, Savvy Home

 

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What do the five pendant lights below have in common? They’re all inspired by various facets of the industrial era, and they all have a single bulb and dome shape. These are my favorite pendants to use in a small space: over a breakfast table, in a bathroom or hallway. They work well in pairs or groups, for example above a kitchen island. They’ll give your room the slightly rough edge your room had been missing. Which one would you choose?

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1. One-Light Black Matte Pendant 2. Heirloom Scalloped One-Light Pendant 3. Seaside Nautical Dome Light 4. One-Light Glass Pendant 5. Old Bronze One-Light Pendant

 

Gabrielle | Savvy Home

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Photo credits: S.R. Gambrel |Jeffrey Alan Marks | Brian Paquette | Molly LuetkemeyerAngie Hranowsky

Spotted Around the Web…

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

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Oh, the guilty pleasures of procrastination… Whether you’re looking to kill time at work or you’re already looking forward to a lazy Saturday morning in bed, you’ll need this week’s best links to keep you entertained… - Gabrielle, Savvy Home

 

Tour Jessica Alba’s bedroom makeover.

Have you heard about Yarn Bombed Antlers?

How to make DIY yellow curtains (or any other color).

Dive right into this round-up of the best pools around the web.

The wallpaper collaboration by Rifle Paper Co. for Hygge & West is to die for.

 

Gabrielle | Savvy Home

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Design Icon: The Wegner Chair

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

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Everyone has a wish list for their dream home filled with “must-have” items. In this series, I’ll fill you in on my own “must-have” items – and hopefully show you that in some cases they’re more attainable than you think! - Gabrielle, Savvy Home

 

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Hans Wegner, probably best known for his iconic wishbone chair, is the undisputed mid-century master of Danish chair design. He was discovered by Americans thanks to his classic Wegner chair (or elbow chair) in the 1950′s. Today, though his designs are still sold in specialty design stores around the world, they have also been adapted, copied and served as inspirations for many mid-century style dining chairs. That’s lucky for those of us who can’t fork out 500-1000$ on a single dining chair. I especially love wishbone chairs used in breakfast nooks in light finishes. Which Hans Wegner inspired chair would you choose?

 

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1. Wegner The Chair 2. Wishbone Anniversary Edition 3. Neils Natural Dining Chair 4. Wishbone Style Chair 5. Fox Oak Arm Chair

Gabrielle | Savvy Home

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Photo credits: Susan Greenleaf |  Hillary GwillimIsle CrawfordJoe Lucas | Amanda Peet

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