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Don’t forget that Cocktail Couture is coming up!

Saw this and had to share.

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Do you have a smart phone? Well then you are in luck and can check out some of these awesome design apps that stylist home rounded up. I am especially interested in this one called Photo Measures. It allows you to snap or upload a photo and then dimension on top of the photo. This could be invaluable if you are out field measuring for a job or at least showing your boss so you won’t be given anymore chicken scratch plans that you have to decipher. 🙂 Another one that seems interesting is the Home Design Interior Space Planning Tool one called Mark on Call for the Ipad. It is exactly what it sounds like and is a mobile app that allows you to space plan on the go. Another great way to not forget your measurements. Click here to view the full list, twenty one in all on Stylist Home!

{Images via Photo Measures – Itunes}

{Images via Home Interior Design Space Planning – itunes}

This folded paper art work by Simon Schubert is amazing and you must check out all of the images here. Can you believe that it has been created just by folding paper over and over again?? Truly Beautiful.

{All images via Bored Panda}

 

What have I been up to? Oh just admiring this beauty from the company To Do Something. If you want to read a funny post about this companies offerings click here. In the meantime I will keep staring at this beautiful table!To see more of their line click here to view their site.

(Images via HommeMaker}

Oh Hooked on House’s has posted another lovely home that I had to share with you all especially for my history II students. This week she shared the beautiful Frederick C. Grable craftsman home in Pasadena, California. It has been renovated meticulously and now actually runs on solar power! Please click here to view this fantastic post and beautiful pictures. If you happen to be in my History II course now I encourage you to bookmark this post so you can reference it when we come to the craftsman period.

Check out the inglenook around the fireplace.

{All images via Hooked on Houses}