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Very Vignette: Minimalist Corten Steel Arch In a Meadow

Minimalist Rusted Corten Steel Arch  At Meadow Farm

 Stephen Stimson Associates

Minimalist Rusted Corten Steel Arch  
Meadow Farm in Wilton, Connecticut

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Very Vignette: A Corner of Kate Moss’s Home

Kate Moss's Home In Vogue UKPhoto by Michael Trow

 

Kate Moss’s home
Kate Moss’s bathroom, complete with lacy curtains and copper candle.
Photo of Kate Moss and her daughter by Mario Testino.

It’s so much more romantic, and well, English, than I would have imagined.
I might have expected Kate Moss’s house to be more fashiony and edgy, I think.

But it’s lovely, and of course Kate Moss can pull anything off.

December 2014 Vogue UK 

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Very Vignette: Primitive Chest With Earthy Objets

vignette-Daniella Witte

Daniella Witte

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Very Vignette: Textured Studio Workspace

Workspace With Wood Shelves Sheepskin Sofa Statement Art

I love this workspace belonging to Sarah Sherman Samuel of Smitten Studio. There are so many textures, with the sheepskin throw on the sofa, the rattan floor pillow poufs, the indigo dyed frayed edge rug, the wicker baskets on wood shelves, and the collection of wood cutting boards. The industrial style brass chandelier from Schoolhouse Electric echoes the metal brackets of the shelving, and the unexpected contrast of the wood frame around the black & white landscape, which she took herself, pulls together all the natural elements in the space. The tall green plant and a russet kilim pillow provides the finishing touches.

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Very Vignette: Acrylic Box, Danish Modern Table, Oversize Art

Vintage Coffee Table Bench With Acrylic Box

Stil Inspiration

I absolutely love the layering and mix of textures in the living room of interior stylist Pella Hedeby

The Swedish blogger behind Stil Inspiration recently swapped out her white wood pallet coffee table on casters for this earthy vintage bench by Danish modern furniture designer, Borge Mogensen. The added texture and wood tone provides a rich contrast to all the white, and brings out the flecks in the rug. 

I also love the stack of Aalto-style stools used as a coffee table; looks like she may have painted a couple of them. And of course, I always adore an oversize piece of art, especially if it’s a black and white photograph.

Finally, the large square acrylic box, Stuff Box by HAY, with the coffee table books. Even the subtle tones of the books, black, gray, blush, are well thought out. Boston-based stylist Kara Butterfield taught me the value of placing objects in clear vessels years ago, which I wrote about here.

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