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September 19, 2008

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I've saved domino for last, but my quick flip-through tells me that I want Rita's car!

Did you see her home in the book Bright Young Things London? I've always been crazy about those Land camera pics.

I just got it last night and love it too! I love living in a small space and I think Rita shows that it doesn't mean you need to become some uber-minimalist to make it work.

Even though I have a house, I love seeing how people live in a small space. Our house isn't a huge McMansion, so I'm always looking for ideas on how to maximize its space.

I can't wait to pick up this issue! (I just need to subscribe, darn it!)

P.S. Am I the only one drooling over the hats in the top pic?!

that photo fall fireplace is AMAZING!

i agree...totally dying over that photo installation over the fireplace. awesome.

who would have thought to hang hats on a lamp? genius!

Crappity, crap, crap! I haven't gotten mine yet! SOOOOoooo excited now! Woo hoo!

yes, she is such a talent!

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