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I was a stove kettle devotee until I found this dashing red electric one, which also matches some of my favorite things.
The collection, which includes sheets, duvets, and pillowcases, comes in a range of neutral hues created from natural dyes.
The Borstad line has an old time-y feel that evokes a "you could find this in your grandma’s basement" kind of charm.
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While living in Paris for several years in the late aughts, I marveled at how my French friends hosted an impromptu dinner party. The key? A humble wine pitcher.
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A curated, tried-and-tested list of the best camping gear for RV owners, van lifers, and outdoorsy folk of all stripes.
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The cult favorite is back at its lowest price for Black Friday.
The chair, a Shaker-style ladder-back restored by my dad, makes the case for fixer-upper furniture.
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- From Curbed DC
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