TABLE OF CONTENTS | Shu Hung and Joseph Magliaro | Portland

shu1 shu2 shu3 shu4 shu5 shu6 shu9 shu10 shu11 shu12 shu13Another fabulous home tour via fvf this week, are the owners of Table of Contents, coming from Portland is most definitely an inspiring couple. I love young couples that not only live so well together but also collaborate on their work lives together. They not only have a beautiful home in Portland, after living together in Berlin, Beijing and New York but also a beautiful store with an awesome story. You can read the full interview here.

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HUNTER LAWRENCE | visual storyteller

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hunter5hunter8hunter6 hunter7 hunter2hunter10His words are as beautiful in their simplicity as his photos in their complexity. Hunter Lawrence captures images that not only take you away with them but speak volumes about the natural beauty that surrounds us, each and everyday. A beauty that man has not influenced and one would hope never disappears, a beauty that we should be eternally grateful to have in our backyards. To travel, to eat, to run, to walk and smell, sharing it with those we love and sometimes alone, in our own humbling peace. I’m starting to yearn for warmer days where me and my two loves can drive off into the early morning hours with our coffee, music and freedom. Spending the long lit days getting lost in our own natural world.

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Johanna Tagada | artist profile

jj1 jj2 jj3 jj4 jj5 jj6jj8 jj7French artist, Johanna Tagada currently based in Berlin with her fiancé has a beautiful home and studio. I instantly fell in love with her colorful work and space. The Indian portraits are so beautiful and their eclectic home perfectly reflects their work in a most inspiring way. What a beautiful couple and a lovely home that leaves you feeling slightly envious and inspired by their artful life.

ASSOCIATION

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association4 association3 association5Theres a freshly opened shop in Portland, and I am in love. I’m starting to think I need to plan a trip over to that pretty coast and do some exploring! Association shop is filled with beautiful clothes, artisan goods, and hand-picked treasures, its hard not to fall in love.

LATELY

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BAILEYS | Herefordshire

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mark7 mark8This converted English barn to shop in the countryside is far too beautiful. The treasures the owners have collected from travels and buying trips, are undoubtedly covet able. The neutral tones through-out, worn woods and earthy ceramics are to die for, I would travel to England to visit this shop, thoroughly enjoying every step of wonder it would bring while perusing through. Stores that carry an array of items for the home are always a favourite, I love when you can find kitchen goods, beautiful linens and fabrics, furniture, books and more all in one place, its possibly the best field trip one can take as an adult. Baileys, you have made me giddy this morning.

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