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Joseph Eichler is a post-war real estate developer who’s most famous for building high-quality, modernist homes on a large scale. According to his son, Eichler was inspired to develop well-crafted modernist homes for the masses after living in a house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Seeking to make these homes more accessible to the middle class, Eichler developed over 11,000 modernist tract homes in California, which were aptly dubbed “Eichlers”.

The famously liberal Eichler was also the first large-scale tract builder to sell his homes to minorities, stepping down from the National Association of Home Builders in 1958 to protest its racially discriminative policies and practices.

Eichler enlisted prominent architects to

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A-Frame homes possess a unique, homespun charm that feels equally expansive and welcoming. Their steep-pitched roofs and simple organic construction give them an elegant yet unassuming appearance on the outside, while their open floor plans and high ceilings provide a world of style opportunities on the inside.

And while interior style possibilities are quite literally endless, many people like to style A-Frame homes with their unique architecture in mind, enhancing their elegant and organic simplicity with complementary design and decor.

The following tips will help you elevate your aesthetic while paying homage to the unique style of A-Frame architecture

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If you love minimal Scandinavian design and hand-crafted artisan goods, then prepare to meet your new favorite furniture collection. This month, IKEA launched Annanstans, a decor and apparel (!) line that blends modern design with artisan craftsmanship.

The line is helmed by designer Martin Bergstrom and features work from artisans in Romania, Thailand, and India. The collection ranges from decorative objects, like wooden mushrooms and banana-fiber baskets, to apparel and accessories, like flowy kaftans and scarves.

What’s particularly cool about the collection is that each item is truly handmade, so no two are exactly the same. It also means that the collection is limited—once the items are gone, that’s it. According to

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If you’re lucky enough to live in a historic home, then you already know that they possess a unique charm that only comes with a history of standing strong. However, one of the drawbacks of longstanding homes is that they often need to be repaired and restored to ensure they continue to hold strong for years to come.

Restoring a historic home involves a lot of important considerations around materials, techniques, and structural integrity. Plus, there are aesthetic factors to consider, like how to ensure the home looks polished and cared-for without sacrificing its historic charm.

If you’re looking to restore a historic home but aren’t sure where to start, then let the following tips guide your way.

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Given his massively influential and prolific work, it’s pretty difficult not to know who Frank Lloyd Wright is. Among the most prominent American architects in history, Wright designed more than 1,000 structures in addition to being an interior designer, writer, and educator.

Wright attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison for just two semesters before deciding to study architecture in the more practical setting of an architectural firm. After leaving school in 1887, he moved to Chicago where he worked as an architectural detailer under J.L. Silsbee, a prominent architect whose masterful sketches are thought to have influenced the sharp lines of Wright designs. From there, Wright went on to work in the architectural firm of

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With summer in full swing, a lot of us are taking our interior efforts outside, cultivating outdoor spaces that are as stylish and inviting as their interior counterparts. And some creative Instagrammers are taking their love of cultivating cute outdoor spaces a step further, creating impossibly adorable, teeny tiny gardens perfect for attracting elusive fairies.

In addition to being ridiculously cute and adding welcoming whimsy to anywhere they’re placed, these itty bitty gardens can make great gifts, especially when they’re protected in a little terrarium.

Whether you’re seeking inspiration to create your own fairy garden this summer or you simply need a daily dose of cuteness, the following fairy gardens are sure to brighten your day.


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As much as technological advances add convenience and ease to our lives, the constant connection and beeps, buzzes, and pings vying for our attention can take their toll on our mental and spiritual well-being. Perhaps that’s why a growing population of people is choosing to unplug in a major way and pursue off-the-grid living.

In addition to providing peace of mind, living off the grid also tends to be much more affordable than traditional living, due in part to prefabricated home kits that make setting up a residence relatively cheap and easy.

Typically featuring log cabin and A-frame styles, prefabricated homes are delivered in kits that can be constructed from the ground up for a fraction of the time and money

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Etsy offers a treasure trove of compelling home decor and interior design items, so it makes sense that the company would have its finger on the pulse of all things trendy in the interior space. Recently, Etsy released its top interior trends of 2019, basing its findings on Etsy search data, seller creations, and buyer preferences.

From whimsical prints to nostalgic designs, applying the following trends is a great way to give your abode a fresh and modern update.

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Tie-dye has been working its way into fashion trends for a few seasons, and now it's making its mark on interior decor as well. The ‘70s-inspired trend received 267K searches on Etsy in the first three months of 2019 and it's

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If you’re lucky enough to own a Victorian home, then we don’t need to tell you how beautiful they are. With their decorative details and vibrant hues, Victorian homes have withstood the test of time, remaining a highly coveted architectural style over the decades. And while there’s no right way to outfit a home, the distinctive style of these homes lends itself well to a similarly distinct interior aesthetic.

The modern Victorian aesthetic has been a major trend in recent years and it’s the perfect complement to a Victorian home. It combines the fundamental tenets of traditional Victorian decor with a modern twist, resulting in a dynamic, modern style that will look stunning for decades to come.

Apply the following tips to nail

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If you love the sleek silhouettes and affordable price points of IKEA furniture, but you hate the crazy-making assembly and lack of customizable options, then it’s time to get to know Inside Weather.

Inside Weather offers beautiful mid-century-inspired furniture that’s just as easy on your budget as it is to assemble. But perhaps the best part is that everything the brand sells is highly customizable—you can choose the hues, designs, hardware, and patterns of each piece you buy so that it perfectly aligns with your unique aesthetic and style sensibilities. Plus, every item is made and shipped from the U.S., specifically the Bay Area.

Inside Weather CEO, Ben Parsa, told Brit + Co “The impetus behind creating Inside Weather was to solve the major pain

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