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from Homeluf.com

35 Bathroom Wall Decor Ideas

Set among relatively somber colors, the vibrant green wall art gives a refreshing focal point to the bathroom walls. This adds an essence of luxury and vibrancy that defines this classy bathroom.

STOCKHOLM MONSTERS | 'ALMA MATER' | the Stockholm Monsters' only full-length release in seven years of existence, sounds like nothing that came before or after it in the group's catalogue. Instead, it bridges 1984's two defining U.K. musical trends, the somber guitar jangle of the post-Smiths indie poppers and the dancefloor-bound electronics of post-"Blue Monday" New Order and the rest of the Factory Records raincoat brigade. | #SynthPop #PostPunk #NewWave #1984

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Chanel- I can really appreciate the unique shape and texture. I love the defined waist; it's almost like a corset (how figure-flattering). The color is universally flattering.

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Le Gourmet (1901, Pablo Picasso) located inside the National Gallery of Art's West Building in Washington, D.C

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T-House by Teke Architects The T-House appears at home in nature - an indication of the owners determination to engage with life and ways of doing things in the countryside. The grey of the #concrete surfaces and the somber tones of #timber components reflect the #Mediterranean flora and the geological formations that define the surrounding landscape. Read the article in full: http://on.fb.me/1PFAHxl #architecture #familyhome #olivegrove #sombertones #wood Photo: Onur Teke and Yercekim…

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from Apartment Therapy

3 European Designers Who are Getting the Dramatic, Moody Look Just Right

The rise of dark, moody hues is one of our favorite new trends in interior design. All-white interiors are giving way to spaces with darker, more dramatic colors, greys and blues and rich jewel tones with accents of black and even gold. Leading the charge are these three designers, who consistently get this newer, more somber look just right.

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Pablo Picasso, "Chanel in blue" - The Blue Period (Spanish: Período Azul) is a term used to define the works produced by Spanish painter Pablo Picasso between 1901 and 1904 when he painted essentially monochromatic paintings in shades of blue and blue-green, only occasionally warmed by other colors. These somber works, inspired by Spain and painted in Barcelona and Paris, are now some of his most popular works, although he had difficulty selling them at the time.

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How Women's Fashion Mirrors Social Change. 2000s - " This was a decade marked by women wearing recycled, mashed-up fashions. Vintage/thrift became cool, '80s styles saw a revival and "boho" clothes inspired by ethnic prints mirrored a new globalized marketplace. The style was hard to define and mirrored a national uncertainty fueled by deficit, two wars, the collapse of the banking system and the somber realities of"

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Blue Nude by Pablo Picasso (1902) : The Blue Period (Spanish: Periodo Azul) is a term used to define to the works produced by Spanish painter Pablo Picasso between 1901 and 1904, when he painted essentially monochromatic paintings in shades of blue and blue-green, only occasionally warmed by other colors. These somber works, inspired by Spain and painted in Barcelona and Paris, are now some of his most popular works, although he had difficulty selling them at the time.

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