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Paddington Bear (You Know the One) Semi-Inspired This London Home’s Sunny Color Palette

Paddington Bear (You Know the One) Semi-Inspired This London Home’s Sunny Color Palette

We may earn revenue from the products available on this page and participate in affiliate programs. Steel Doors, Steel Windows Service; Paneling Paint, Storm by Fired Earth; Rug, Howark Design; Umbrella Stand, OKA. It’s not unusual for a movie to inspire someone’s decor. We’ve lost track of the amount of times we’ve heard people credit a Wes Anderson film for their wildly colorful schemes. Even flicks like Don’t Worry Darling, with its mid-century splendor, and Call Me by Your Name, a vision of rustic Italian charm, are chock-full of ideas. But the whimsical interior of the kids’ film Paddington? That was...

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14 Clever Amazon Home Organizing Products You Didn’t Realize You Needed

14 Clever Amazon Home Organizing Products You Didn’t Realize You Needed

I'm on a bit of an organizing kick lately. This happens every January when I'm eager to purge and organize all.the.things! Life feels so much easier when you have room to breathe, when things don't tumble out of your cupboards, and where everything has a home. I've got my major organizing systems in place, from the spice drawer to the linen closet, but there's still those particular small tasks that linger. The ones that are a small inconvenience day to day and you don't address until you finally realize there's probably a solution out there that would make so life...

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123 Times People Couldn’t Believe Their Luck In Thrift Stores, Flea Markets, And Garage Sales (New Pics)

123 Times People Couldn’t Believe Their Luck In Thrift Stores, Flea Markets, And Garage Sales (New Pics)

The internet is full of wonderful communities—large and small—that brighten our day. In our opinion, one of the most fun online communities to follow is the ‘Weird (and Wonderful) Secondhand Finds That Just Need To Be Shared’ Facebook group. Created just over 6 years ago, in late 2016, the group is home to a jaw-dropping 2.7 million members who enjoy secondhand shopping, thrift stores, and garage sales. They absolutely love sharing the weirdest and coolest things they’ve stumbled upon during their adventures, and the photos are wonderful. We’ve collected some of their most impressive recent finds to share with you. Scroll...

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The Shards

The Shards

Many years ago I realized that a book, a novel, is a dream that asks itself to be written in the same way we fall in love with someone: the dream becomes impossible to resist, there’s nothing you can do about it, you finally give in and succumb even if your instincts tell you to run the other way because this could be, in the end, a dangerous game—someone will get hurt. For a few of us the first ideas, images, the initial stirrings can prompt the writer to automatically immerse themselves in the novel’s world, its romance and fantasy,...

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The best adults-only cruises to try if you can’t stand being around kids on vacation

The best adults-only cruises to try if you can’t stand being around kids on vacation

What are the best adults-only cruises — the ones that not only ban kids but cater to grown-up tastes and interests? You may be asking because you just spent time on a megaship where the kids took over the pools and hot tubs (not to mention the elevators), much to your chagrin. Or, you might be looking for a vacation with more lectures and less limbo, or perhaps a cruise that skews more R-rated than G. The list of cruises for adults only is, alas, very short. Only a handful of cruise lines ban children from their ships and promise...

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