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November 20, 2015

Autumnal mantle decor, pre-fab homes from MUJI, daily spoon carvings, and more...

Photo by MUJI (via Arch Daily)

Already one of our favorite places to buy great designs (from pens to organizers and hair-ties) for the home, Japanese brand MUJI just released pictures of their newest foray into architectural design: ready-made minimalist huts, intended to be set up in rural areas as small-footprint getaways.

Constructed from concrete and wood, these diagonal concrete tiles are meant for mixing and matching (and have us currently wondering if it's time to redo our backsplashes).

Photo by Jessica Isaac (via Style By Emily Henderson)

'Tis the season to add a bunch of theme-y decorations to your home, but before it's all red ribbon and holly leaves, take a cue from Emily Henderson and dress your mantle for fall using one of her three styles—Casual Coastal, Eclectic Artist, or Contemporary Glam—for inspiration.

Complete with blue Belgian limestone worktops, Carrara marble backsplash, and antique brass taps, this Shaker kitchen from deVOL is everything cool and classy in one room design.

Photo by Harry Campbell (via the New Yorker)

An exploration of "the deep strangeness of the cloud," that ephemeral, expansive, and seemingly secure storage space that's come to guard so many of our memories and secrets, shows how it has changed our attitude towards the internet.

For a project entitled "Daily Spoon," Stian Korntved Ruud created 365 variations on a spoon design—each of them hand carved in gorgeous grainy woods.

Photo by The Tappan Collective via Elle Decor

In the era of DIY at-home gallery walls, decent but affordable wall art is as necessary for a thoughtfully designed home as furniture—and this list of great online sources for it from Elle Decor makes it possible to find a range of great pieces from the comfort of your office chair.

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