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It’s no secret that lighting can contribute to everything from how a room makes you feel to how your overall design looks, but did you know that it can also make the world a better place? 

Lighting solutions like lamps, pendants, and sconces are all great for enhancing a space, but they’re often comprised of materials that aren’t so great for Mother Earth. Fortunately, direct-to-consumer company Gantri is changing that. Launched in 2017, Gantri creates all of its lamps using 3D printing of sustainable, corn-based plastics. 

The company is headquartered in the Bay Area and its CEO and founder Ian Yang told Hunker, “Our process eliminates the vast majority of industrial inefficiencies, which allows us to offer our products for a

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Log cabins have been an American staple for centuries, and given their straightforward construction and unparalleled cozy feel, it’s easy to see why. No matter where they’re located, log cabins instantly provide a refuge from the crazy world outside, and entering them can feel like you’re being wrapped in a big, warm hug. 

But developing a warm and inviting interior aesthetic that aligns with the cozy vibe of this architecture takes a little bit of thought and consideration. If you’re the proud owner of a log cabin (or you hope to be one in the future), then check out the following tips to maximize this charming architecture’s interior style. 

 

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Hand Carved Giraffe Artisan Accent
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Log cabins have a

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If you’ve worked hard to cultivate a beautiful, thoughtful aesthetic that’s reflective of your personality and style sensibility, the last thing you want to do is tarnish it with a dingy dog bed or ugly cat tree. Fortunately, there are quite a few brands that are dedicated to creating pet accessories that are just as beautiful and well-designed as they are comfy and accessible for your furry loved one. 

Whether you’re a cat lover, a dog enthusiast, or all of the above, the following accessories will elevate your aesthetic while making your furbaby feel like the royalty that they are. 

 

Nordic Pet Bowl, $29.99

Mid Century Modern Pet Bowl

These Scandi-inspired pet bowls are the perfect complement to a mid-century aesthetic

 

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John Lautner is widely considered to be among the most important 20th-century architects in the United States. Lautner was born and raised in Marquette, Michigan, the natural surroundings of which greatly influenced his distinct architectural style. The future architect became immersed in architecture from a young age, helping his father build a chalet at just 12 years old. 

Despite his early interest in architecture, Lautner earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Northern Michigan University. However, after reading the autobiography of Frank Lloyd Wright, Lautner decided to pursue an architecture education, applying to Wright’s Taliesin Fellowship in Wisconsin. 

Lautner was one of Wright’s first Taliesin

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The simple elegance of mid-century modern design has most definitely withstood the test of time, making mid-century homes appear just as fresh now as they did when they were first constructed after WWII. If you’re as obsessed with mid-century homes as we are and you’re lucky enough to live in one, then you might be considering decorating the interior to pay homage to this classic architectural style. 

Fortunately, mid-century interior design is just as fresh and timeless as the architecture. In fact, mid-century furniture and decor are super trendy right now, so it’s a cinch to find perfect pieces for your home. To make it even easier, we rounded up some of our favorite mid-century-inspired pieces that are sure to elevate the

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With daily bills to pay, kids to watch, and work to do, life can feel pretty stressful and overwhelming. Fortunately, there are endless ways to relax and unwind after a chaotic day, and luxuriating in the bathtub is topmost among them. Not only does the warm water help your muscles relax, but it also brings your mind into the present moment, providing a mini mental vacay right in the comfort of your home.  

That said, not all baths are created equal. If you’re soaking in a tub surrounded by clutter and outdated decor, then it can feel mighty tough to relax. On the other hand, if your bathroom is full of items that make you feel good and promote relaxation, then a bath can be the antidote to even the worst of days. 

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This month, Wayfair launched a brand new furniture collection called Hashtag Home that was specifically developed with millennials (and their budgets) in mind. The collection caters to the fast-fashion shoppers who love the trendy and affordable offerings from the likes of H&M and Zara and features over 2,000 vibrant pieces for every room in the home. 

The collection will refresh with the seasons as new trends arise, so shoppers can be sure that whatever they purchase will be totally on trend and of-the-moment. Wayfair’s Chief Merchandising Officer Steve Oblak said of the collection, “We created Hashtag Home to help shoppers express their unique style and personality with furniture and decor that’s both on trend and affordable."

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For most of us, there comes a time in our lives when we’re ready to shed the dorm style vibes for a more sophisticated, adult-looking aesthetic. But an adult aesthetic doesn’t have to mean ultra-formal dining rooms and fancy furniture that you’re afraid to sit on; it just means a thoughtful, cohesive space that looks like you put some time and effort into it. 

No matter your style sensibilities, there are a number of common tricks and tips that you can apply to make your home look like an adult lives there without sacrificing your unique personal style and aesthetic preferences. So, if you’re ready to go full-on interior grown-up, then apply one (or all) of the following tips to your home this weekend. 

 

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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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Renovated A Frame Cabin in the Woods
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The open floor plan that’s

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