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Things to do in Paris: Your Personal Guide Through Maison & Objet

Things to do in Paris: Your Personal Guide Through Maison & Objet

It's time to face it: Maison & Objet 2018 is almost here, and you still don't have any plans... Okay, that
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5 Reasons Why We Can’t Stop Loving Mid-Century Modern Architecture

5 Reasons Why We Can’t Stop Loving Mid-Century Modern Architecture

Seeing mid-century modern architecture is always a delight for the eye. There is always a mix feeling of luxury and
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Copper Home Accessories that Will Look Amazing Next to Ultra Violet!

Copper Home Accessories that Will Look Amazing Next to Ultra Violet!

Everyone still loves copper and, apparently, everyone loves Pantone Ultra Violet, so it might be a match made in heaven... Copper
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These Mid-Century Modern Chairs Make a Case for Great Home Decor

These Mid-Century Modern Chairs Make a Case for Great Home Decor

These chairs are just 10 more reasons why we love mid-century design so much. Everyone wants to have a great home
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Here’s Why Buying from These Mid-Century Luxury Brands is a No-Brainer

Here’s Why Buying from These Mid-Century Luxury Brands is a No-Brainer

When you find something as good as this, buying everything is essentially a no-brainer... You know we love mid-century design. And
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Breaking News! Pantone Color of the Year 2018 Is Here and It’s Slaying

Breaking News! Pantone Color of the Year 2018 Is Here and It’s Slaying

Mark the date, December 7th, 2017. Pantone has finally announced their Color of the Year, and it is everything we
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Stay Warm and Cozy with These Ideas on Christmas Decor for Mantels

Stay Warm and Cozy with These Ideas on Christmas Decor for Mantels

Winter is almost here, which means Christmas will follow up, so you'd better cozy up around the fireplace with these
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2018 Horoscope: We Know What Your Zodiac Sign Will Love Next Year!

2018 Horoscope: We Know What Your Zodiac Sign Will Love Next Year!

Don't miss the chance to stay trendy throughout the year! Luckily, we know exactly what you will like... Who hasn't ever
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Pop art is a big part of the mid-century modern style and today we are unveiling our thoughts on the matter. Pop art decor. Yay, or nay? For us, it is a big yay and today you will get to see why in first hand!
Just because Summer is almost coming to an end, that doesn’t mean you need to completely remove it from your home decor. In fact, you can take advantage of your decor choices to make Summer stay just a little
The Bernie Grant Arts Centre in North London has become one of the leading performing arts hosting theater, live music, cinema, and exhibition events. And very recently it was the subject of an artsy revamp by
Let’s remember how the Campana Brothers launched Barroca collection and celebrated their 10 year partnership with Melissa. The world renowned furniture designers Humberto and Fernando Campana once again unite
Friedman Benda, one of the world’s leading galleries, announced dna10 its 10th anniversary exhibition. dna10 aims to look ahead by taking stock of the past ten years of projects and exhibitions. Reflecting on
Today, Essential Home presents you another travel guide for Italy, with an amazing top 5 of the Best Galleries and Museums in Milan. If you’re planning to attend iSaloni 2017, you have to make sure you visit
Yes, women’s day is coming! A woman should be honored every day isn’t it? Essential Home pays a tribute to the most beautiful women of hollywood in the mid century era, did you know that? I know it’s sti
Being a classic British icon, the Mini Cooper has a fan base all over the world. Voted the greatest British car of all time!   The Austin Mini, first rolled off the production line in 1959 and was the brain ch
The catwalk at Versace’s Autumn Winter menswear show was sheltered by a pavilion of towering columns based on those seen in classical architecture. Design studio Hylemo were brought on board to create the set
The colours and atmosphere of buildings by legendary Mexican architect Luis Barragán are captured in these realistic model photographs by American artist James Casebere, set to go on show in New York. Caseber