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Roundabout 
Though Emilio Pucci’s artistic director reportedly flies back and forth between Paris and Florence for work everyday, Peter Dundas still keeps a pretty impressive pad near the Pucci headquarters just in case. Seen here is the gorgeous wooden staircase in his 15th-century palazzo apartment. Now that’s something we wish we could find on eBay.
(Photo courtesy of Harper’s Bazaar. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Roundabout 

Though Emilio Pucci’s artistic director reportedly flies back and forth between Paris and Florence for work everyday, Peter Dundas still keeps a pretty impressive pad near the Pucci headquarters just in case. Seen here is the gorgeous wooden staircase in his 15th-century palazzo apartment. Now that’s something we wish we could find on eBay.

(Photo courtesy of Harper’s Bazaar. Text by Jenny Bahn)

(Source: designtraveller)

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Apartment Envy: NYC
Every once and awhile, when we’re feeling particularly masochistic, we’ll scour the Internet needlessly for apartments we’re not exactly on the hunt for — not yet at least. We stumbled upon this lofty gem via Curbed NY. It still has a raw, easy feeling that serious gentrification has all but wiped out of downtown abodes. Further still, this image is proof that all a person needs in this world is good light and a lot of books.
(Photo courtesy of Curbed NY. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Apartment Envy: NYC

Every once and awhile, when we’re feeling particularly masochistic, we’ll scour the Internet needlessly for apartments we’re not exactly on the hunt for — not yet at least. We stumbled upon this lofty gem via Curbed NY. It still has a raw, easy feeling that serious gentrification has all but wiped out of downtown abodes. Further still, this image is proof that all a person needs in this world is good light and a lot of books.

(Photo courtesy of Curbed NY. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Taxidermy in Your Home
Here’s some home inspiration with wildlife. The Tribeca apartment above belongs to Charles Burkhalter and Arne Svenson, seen in a spread originally published by The New York Times. Their home embraces the mystical and strange. If you like the wise owl perched overlooking the room, take a look at these owls on eBay to conjure the animal spirit. For general taxidermy options, check out eBay’s selection of the moment. 
(Photo: The New York Times. Text by Jauretsi)

Taxidermy in Your Home

Here’s some home inspiration with wildlife. The Tribeca apartment above belongs to Charles Burkhalter and Arne Svenson, seen in a spread originally published by The New York Times. Their home embraces the mystical and strange. If you like the wise owl perched overlooking the room, take a look at these owls on eBay to conjure the animal spirit. For general taxidermy options, check out eBay’s selection of the moment. 

(Photo: The New York Times. Text by Jauretsi)

(via notmybeautifulhome)