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Photo by Lesley Unruh

Lia Pache
A grande mirror above this stone fireplace mantle is accented with an eclectic mix of art and accessories — it all comes together and creates an effortless and sophisticated look.
Egon Schiele (Austrian, 1890-1918), Erich Lederer, die Hände gefaltet [Erich Lederer with hands clasped], 1915.
 Pencil on paper, 48 x 32 cm.
Simplicity at its best, love, love.
Michiel Heulers

Très chic — this sprawling and layed back sofa.
Tamara de Lempicka (Polish, 1898-1980), Les confidences, 1928. 
Oil on canvas, 46.4 x 38.2 cm.
Photo by Lesley Unruh

Black and white always the ultimate chic color palette.
“The front room of his house was what I called ‘untidy chic’. Prefects weren’t subject to the same Rules on room tidiness, but since no one really enjoyed clutter, a certain style of ordered untidiness was generally considered de couleur for a prefect’s room.” 

― Jasper Fforde, Shades of Grey

Lisa Kowalski.

Jeanne Mammen (German, 1890-1976), Paar auf der Messe [Couple at the fair]. 
Watercolour over pencil on paper, 44.5 x 34.6 cm.

These vintage mirrors are divine.

Photo by Lesley Unruh
Paul Jones (Australian, 1921-1998), Magnolia Denudata. 
Gouache on paper, 54.5 x 35 cm.

Bathroom chic with this white stand alone claw foot tub.

Photo by Marili Forastieri

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