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the selby was in my place

it’s been a couple of weeks ago now, but in the spirit of self-promotion we’re linking to a fun little project we did with todd selby on the occasion of his latest book launch (HERE). it’s no secret that the spaces selby photographs are fun and lived-in and pretty (and aspirational); what’s really cool is examining the personal stamps so evident on each and every one.

for example:

our hand-drawn interview with the dude himself:

(click to enlarge)

the book contest on flavorwire is done like dinner, but you can pick up a copy of the selby is in your place through amazon.

feel this vernal equinox

danish couple in sweden cause brooklyn resident to crave spring cleaning and whitewashed floors.

*via emmas designblogg

wide open spaces

new york city apartment, via obsessilicious.

feel these shelves

favorite color, hands down.

things we talk about when hanging artwork

we generally stick to a very strict set of picture-hanging standards: the accepted gallery-style midpoint of 60 inches from the floor or 57 inches from the baseboard. however! like any good rule there are always exceptions, and the home of frederic m├ęchiche in the marais district of paris is one. photographed by interiors magazine.

feel this gallery

circa gallery by studioMAS in johannesburg, south africa: a small building with major attitude.

feel these shutters

oh, hello there.

it’s lovely to see you again.

*via ArchDaily

feel these rooms

no commentary, pure love.

feel these claws

clawfoot bathtub


there’s just something about sundays and bathtime.

feel this residence

via residence magazine.