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January 22, 2014
Bringing you the online ephemera the editors dig up each week. This week includes genius tips for small spaces, Bauhaus selfies, and ugly Belgian houses we still love.
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  Tips for Living in a Small Space: Blogger Erin Boyle breaks down her 240-square-foot studio where she and her husband live to share her best small-space secrets. From A Cup of Jo.

    Tips for Living in a Small Space: Blogger Erin Boyle breaks down her 240-square-foot studio where she and her husband live to share her best small-space secrets. From A Cup of Jo.

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  Les Graphiquants: Posters from this French design studio mix mechanical-age typography with rich metallics for a warm effect. From Grain Edit.

    Les Graphiquants: Posters from this French design studio mix mechanical-age typography with rich metallics for a warm effect. From Grain Edit.

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  Demo. Demo Forever: Daniel Kanter’s post on renovating his house is spot-on for anyone stuck in the middle of renovating. Example “One of the side effects of renovating an old house, I’ve found, is the way my brain has come to toggle between the absurd optimism I feel before a project begins and the extreme despair I experience when my ideas about how things will be collide with the reality of how things actually are.” From Manhattan Nest.

    Demo. Demo Forever: Daniel Kanter’s post on renovating his house is spot-on for anyone stuck in the middle of renovating. Example “One of the side effects of renovating an old house, I’ve found, is the way my brain has come to toggle between the absurd optimism I feel before a project begins and the extreme despair I experience when my ideas about how things will be collide with the reality of how things actually are.” From Manhattan Nest.

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  Flow Chip and Dip: A self-explanatory sculptural white bowl for $16.95. From Crate & Barrel.

    Flow Chip and Dip: A self-explanatory sculptural white bowl for $16.95. From Crate & Barrel.

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  Ugly Belgian Houses: A refreshing counterpoint to the expected excellence of Belgian architecture; the captions are hysterically accurate. 

    Ugly Belgian Houses: A refreshing counterpoint to the expected excellence of Belgian architecture; the captions are hysterically accurate. 

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  Theodore Lux Feininger: Bauhaus student and son of Bauhaus master Lyonel Feininger, T. Lux Feninger’s photographs capture the ebullient spirit of the prime Bauhaus years (Members of the Bauhaus band, shown). From Bauhaus Online.
    Theodore Lux Feininger: Bauhaus student and son of Bauhaus master Lyonel Feininger, T. Lux Feninger’s photographs capture the ebullient spirit of the prime Bauhaus years (Members of the Bauhaus band, shown). From Bauhaus Online.
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  A Renovated Farmhouse in Denmark: This beautiful renovation has a classic Scandinavian feel and soft, but simple color scheme. From The Style Files.

    A Renovated Farmhouse in Denmark: This beautiful renovation has a classic Scandinavian feel and soft, but simple color scheme. From The Style Files.

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Tips for Living in a Small Space: Blogger Erin Boyle breaks down her 240-square-foot studio where she and her husband live to share her best small-space secrets. From A Cup of Jo.

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