Have you ever seen the rain?

Sometimes there is no better metaphor for a period in one’s life than rain. There’s the spring shower, where it’s grey for a day and everything blooms come the next. There’s the summer thunderstorm, which is often dark, loud, and scary. It seems to last forever, stretching deep into the night and keeping you awake,… Continue reading Have you ever seen the rain?

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cjwho: The living cube by Till Könneker I moved into a apartment studio without storage room. So i made a minimalistic cube design with a shelf for my vinyl collection, my TV, Clothes and Shoes. On the cube is a guest bed and inside the cube is a lot of storage space. Remo from www.holzlaborbern.ch… Continue reading Untitled

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designmeetstyle: Studded and Chic. We love finding a new way to make something standout in a room. Adding thumbtacks or nailhead trim to a door in an eye-catching pattern is an easy DIY that looks luxe.

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theniftyfifties: ‘Boys! Get Erector..’ – 1953 advertisement

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terriblerealestateagentphotos: It’s a valiant attempt by the agent, but surely at least some prospective buyers will notice what’s missing from this bedroom.

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designmeetstyle: Layers of navy, chartreuse and beige make a stunning living room. Classic design elements with pops of color are approachable and elegant. Taking the color palette from the floor to windows and walls makes the foundation of the room feel fresh and come to life against the darker tone woods and colorful accents. Looking… Continue reading Untitled

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soyrwoo: breefolk: mama-connor: Wow Google, thank you for the stunning support! The effort you put into representing this cause is fantastic! Like, wow, this doesn’t even compare to what you did for the DW 50th! Word. The Google Doodle usually depicts holidays, fun anniversaries, and exciting events.  More serious causes, like remembering 9/11, anti-abuse, and… Continue reading Untitled

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theniftyfifties: James Dean and Natalie Wood in ‘Rebel Without a Cause’, 1955.