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We are still at least a year or two away from our own kitchen reno, so it’s safe to say that I’ll be on the hunt for kitchen inspiration for the next 365 days and then some. I’ve been hoarding kitchen phots in a secret pin board for months now, and when I stumble on one that feels both timeless and current, it’s like the holy grail. This kitchen, hailing from an updated 18th century home, is all that an then some. With the wall to wall subway tile, and the library sconces above the sink, I’m…

The Patternbase — bouffantsandbrokenhearts: Colorful Eyes IV.

Staves for a new job. To help finding a new job, and aid during a job interview. Create a amulet pouch from a natural fabric dyed red & paint the staves onto this. Fill pouch with an equal amount of Lavender, Bay Laurel and St. John's Wort and add a drop of your own blood and Carry the pouch with you, while you are job hunting, and when you go to interviews. Once the amulet has served it's purpose, say your thanks to it, and toss it from a bridge, over your left shoulder, and don't look…

Street Art by Levalet "The Hunt" in Bologna, Italy, 2015, detail. For more great pins go to @KaseyBelleFox

Edgar Hunt (1876-1955) and his brother Walter who were born in Birmingham, were the third generation in the Hunt family to become artists. Edgar had no formal art training but was schooled by his father. He specialised in painting exquisitely detailed works of farmyard scenes and animals, executed meticulously in a realistic style which never changed throughout his career. The artist lived in the Midlands and sold many of his pictures there.

We are still at least a year or two away from our own kitchen reno, so it’s safe to say that I’ll be on the hunt for kitchen inspiration for the next 365 days and then some. I’ve been hoarding kitchen phots in a secret pin board for months now, and when I stumble on one that feels both timeless and current, it’s like the holy grail. This kitchen, hailing from an updated 18th century home, is all that an then some. With the wall to wall subway tile, and the library sconces above the sink, I’m…