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Cette collection a été créée spécialement pour nous par le styliste Philip Colbert.

Cette collection a été créée spécialement pour nous par le styliste Philip Colbert.

Annie Sloan • Paint & Colour

Annie Sloan • Paint & Colour

Black Steel Windows Flush with Kitchen Countertop -  Wood, white, black windows.  Jill Sharp Interiors

Black Steel Windows Flush with Kitchen Countertop - Wood, white, black windows. Jill Sharp Interiors

How could such a place be abandoned?bohemianhomes: Art Deco Moon Window

How could such a place be abandoned?bohemianhomes: Art Deco Moon Window

Windows as landscape frames at Picture House in Ripatransone, Italy by Barilari Architteti

Windows as landscape frames at Picture House in Ripatransone, Italy by Barilari Architteti

S c a n d i n a v i a n . S t y l e

S c a n d i n a v i a n . S t y l e

Tilda Swinton por Tim Walker en W Mag. Las fotos fueron tomadas en "Las Pozas" en Xilitla, San Luis Potosí, México.

Tilda Swinton por Tim Walker en W Mag. Las fotos fueron tomadas en "Las Pozas" en Xilitla, San Luis Potosí, México.

Farm House Door.  Awesome way to warm up a space and bring a little rustic style in.   Fun to put somewhere.

Farm House Door. Awesome way to warm up a space and bring a little rustic style in. Fun to put somewhere.

stenciled stairway

stenciled stairway

Ditch your shower doors. If you've got one of those showers from the '60s with ugly sliding glass doors, you don't need a contractor to get rid of them, says Sarah Khandjian of SarahHearts.com. Use a razor blade to remove the caulking from the metal track. Next, unscrew the track. "It should pop right off," she says. Then fill in the screw holes in the tile with caulk—it comes in lots of colors. Put up a tension rod and hang a gorgeous curtain.  Change your showerhead, change your life…

Ditch your shower doors. If you've got one of those showers from the '60s with ugly sliding glass doors, you don't need a contractor to get rid of them, says Sarah Khandjian of SarahHearts.com. Use a razor blade to remove the caulking from the metal track. Next, unscrew the track. "It should pop right off," she says. Then fill in the screw holes in the tile with caulk—it comes in lots of colors. Put up a tension rod and hang a gorgeous curtain. Change your showerhead, change your life…