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Hello, I'm fucked up!

Hello, I'm fucked up!

Home Decor Miscellany - Beveled Knot Window

Beveled Knot Window The random beauty of frost on a window brings delight to a cold winter morning. Textured glass forms a graceful background to the crystal-like clarity of a beveled-glass eternal knot. 11 x hanging hardware included

Design Quixotic: design and other beautiful miscellany. moodboard

Design Quixotic - Design Quixotic celebrates design and beautiful miscellany. This site was created as a means to curate beautiful design — from print, digital, industrial, fashion, interior and beyond.

Design Quixotic: design and other beautiful miscellany.

Design Quixotic - Design Quixotic celebrates design and beautiful miscellany. This site was created as a means to curate beautiful design — from print, digital, industrial, fashion, interior and beyond.

Color Story #160

Design Quixotic: design and other beautiful miscellany. - Home Decor - Style & Trends - Home Decor - Style & Trends

Vintage Miscellany – December 10, 2017

Vintage Miscellany – December 10, 2017

1940s Style, Vintage Style, 1930s Fashion, Fashion History, Winter Scenes, Vintage Dresses, Photo Booth, Nifty, Ski

Vintage Miscellany – Jun 19, 2011

Vintage Miscellany – Jun 19, 2011

lady in a pullover and slacks pants sweater brogue shoes bobbed hair snapshot found photo casual day sportswear vintage fashions style

v.19 - The naturalist's miscellany, or Coloured figures of natural objects - Biodiversity Heritage Library

angel fish - The naturalist's miscellany, or Coloured figures of natural objects - Biodiversity Heritage Library Vintage - Natural History - Scientific - Print - Fish

The Appointment

Tom Gauld takes a look at editing process for The Guardian. Tom’s recent comic ‘Editor’s Letter’ for the New York Times Magazine’s ‘New York Stories…

JUST SPRAY THIS OIL AND YOU WILL NEVER SEE MOLD AGAIN!

JUST SPRAY THIS OIL AND YOU WILL NEVER SEE MOLD AGAIN!

Tea tree oil is an essential oil that has been used for centuries by Aborigines. The oil is taken from the leaves of the melaleuca alternifolia, a plant native to Australia.

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