Ache Andini

Ache Andini

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49.9k Likes, 590 Comments - Jungalow® (@thejungalow) on Instagram: “Next top/favorite post from 2017? This room that we created with @selamatdesigns. The bed, lamp,…”

High Point Market, we're ready for ya! 💫The show kicks off tomorrow morning and we're SO excited to debut our newest boho-chic collections from Selamat, and ✨ if you're in town, visit us at IHFC InterHall 004 to check out all of the newest goodies!

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Danielle Kroll is a designer and illustrator living in Philadelphia, PA. She attended Tyler School of Art and is currently an in-house designer for Anthropologie.

The hand-woven Fable Collection designed by Justina Blakeney for Loloi is inspired by Moroccan Tulu woven fabrics and Swedish Rya Rugs. These pieces are crafted of wool and viscose which creates a shaggy texture that is perfect for your bohemian sanctuary. Product Details - Materials: Bamboo Viscose and Cotton - Technique: Hand woven - Reversible: No - Rug Pad Needed: Yes - Product Care: Clean spills, including water, immediately by blotting with a clean sponge or cloth. Avoid exposure to…

The hand-woven Fable Collection designed by Justina Blakeney for Loloi is inspired by Moroccan Tulu woven fabrics and Swedish Rya Rugs. These pieces are crafted of wool and viscose which creates a shaggy texture that is perfect for your bohemian sanctuary. Product Details - Materials: Bamboo Viscose and Cotton - Technique: Hand woven - Reversible: No - Rug Pad Needed: Yes - Product Care: Clean spills, including water, immediately by blotting with a clean sponge or cloth. Avoid exposure to…

Meet the Judges: Justina Blakeney, Orlando Soria & Daniel Kanter Tell Us About Their Small Cool Homes — Small Cool 2015

While we are tallying your final votes and determining the 2015 Small Cool grand prize winner, let's meet this year's style-savvy judges: Justina Blakeney, Orlando Soria, and Daniel Kanter

Love this project by Philadelphia-based artist Molly Egan. She challenged herself to create a page of artwork in a small notebook everyday for 100 days.