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Mini Moderns dhurries

Link Love: Splashes of Indian style, benefits of winter remodeling, decorating with neutral colors, 500-year-old Spanish cloister renovation


Buddha of Suburbia dhurries by Mini Moderns
Design Milk
“Mini Moderns never ceases to amaze me with their creative wallpapers, pillows, rugs, and ceramics and their latest additions to the Buddha of Suburbia collection are no exception. The collection is inspired by all things to the east so Indian dhurries fit right in. Woven in Jaipur, the 100% cotton dhurries come in two styles, Backgammon and Zag, and are available in two colors each, Harvest Orange and Washed Denim, and the new pieces tie in with the rest of the collection perfectly.”

The Benefits of Winter Remodeling
Building Moxie
“Having your home remodeled during the winter may seem a little unorthodox, and that’s because it is.  The usual time to have your home remodeled is the summer or spring. The reason most likely being that people feel like they have to stay cooped up in the cold weather. However, the advantages to remodeling your home during the winter may be exactly what you’re looking for.”

Color 101 with David Bromstad: How to Decorate with Neutral Colors without Making Your Space Totally Boring
“In case you haven’t heard, neutrals don’t have to be boring. Not even beige. You can still bring interest and depth of color in your home without adding brights or anything crazy…”

500-Year-Old Cloister Converted to Home in Barcelona
“A 500-year-old cloister and attached late-19th-century building in Barcelona that served as a fabric store for the past twenty years has been transformed into an expansive apartment for a couple with a baby. The building retains its notable architectural details, but is brightened with new wood floors and lots of white paint.”