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Spring has sprung! Celebrate the change in seasons with a fresh DIY home makeover project. The BEHR Paint Color of the Month, Nurturing, is the perfect choice for your interior design scheme. This light green pastel hue is calming and peaceful, fitting in beautifully with a boho-chic home decor style.

Spring has sprung! Celebrate the change in seasons with a fresh DIY home makeover project. The BEHR Paint Color of the Month, Nurturing, is the perfect choice for your interior design scheme. This light green pastel hue is calming and peaceful, fitting in beautifully with a boho-chic home decor style.

Bathroom design in color | green and pink

Bathroom design in color | green and pink

Stoll Studio Art & Design Color Palette by Reverie House Studio

Stoll Studio Art & Design Color Palette by Reverie House Studio

Rob Bailey | Self-initiated

UK-based artist Rob Bailey creates gorgeous illustrations with a minimalist geometric style. More illustrations Visit his website

SPRING BREAK! Colorful hand painted clear acrylic geometric earrings. #modernjewelry #fashionjewelry #statementearrings

SPRING BREAK! Colorful hand painted clear acrylic geometric earrings. #modernjewelry #fashionjewelry #statementearrings

L'Antillais {Cake à l'Ananas, Noix de Coco et Rhum} Ingrédients : - 1 petit Ananas (ou une boite d'Ananas en sirop, à défaut) - 125g Sucre en Poudre (bcp mieux, du Sucre Roux Complet en Poudre) - 125g Beurre (mieux, de la Margarine Végétale Non Hydrogénée) - 3 OEufs - 300g Farine - 1 sachet de Levure - 125g Noix de Coco Râpée - 2cl Rhum Blanc

L'Antillais {Cake à l'Ananas, Noix de Coco et Rhum} Ingrédients : - 1 petit Ananas (ou une boite d'Ananas en sirop, à défaut) - 125g Sucre en Poudre (bcp mieux, du Sucre Roux Complet en Poudre) - 125g Beurre (mieux, de la Margarine Végétale Non Hydrogénée) - 3 OEufs - 300g Farine - 1 sachet de Levure - 125g Noix de Coco Râpée - 2cl Rhum Blanc

Bathroom | Interview: Architects EAT | est living

Bathroom | Interview: Architects EAT | est living