Girl Crush: Saoirse Ronan

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Saoirse Ronan being beautiful and freckled (which is almost a synonym for me) photographed by Alasdair McLellan for The Gentlewoman A/W, 2015.

*Speaking of Saoirse, have you watched Lost River, Ryan Gosling‘s first film as director? It’s a pretty crazy movie, with an underground vibe and beautiful photography ~ I recommend it!

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Alasdair McLellan via Art Partner.

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Audrey Jeanne kitties

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I wonder if we can make kitties look even cuter. The fabulous Audrey Jeanne has the answer: of course we can, just turn them into brooches. So sweet!

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Audrey Jeanne shop (brace yourselves for all the cuteness).

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Nathalie Choux ceramic girls

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Beautiful ceramic girls by artist and illustrator Nathalie Choux. ♥

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Nathalie Choux website & blog.

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Internet Love: little houses

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Lately I’ve been really enjoying to stay in my house, watching a movie, cooking or just chilling… I think that’s why I thought of this theme for the new #internetlove post. There’s an invitation-house, a house that turns into a lamp, another one that becomes a gift box… That last project, the “haunted” houses, is perfect for the upcoming Halloween! Just imagine them filled with candy. \o/

| Mr Printables |
| Mein Lila Park |
| des Petits Hauts |
| Yvestown |
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Planks Dining Table

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The Planks dining table is part of a collection of the same name from Benchmark, created by designer Max Lamb. The possibility of storage within the table is perfect for our current reality of micro-apartments. The piece becomes even cooler when we discover that it was based on the humble carpenters workbench and 17th and 18th century English country furniture. Beautiful!

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Benchmark website & fan page.
via Remodelista.

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