It’s the first Friday of February and we’re feelin’ the love! There was this Tulsa Tudor by Mel Bean Interiors: the homeowners had quite a bit of history, as it was his childhood home and actually where the couple shared their first kiss! We also took a peek at a pre-war apartment that was thoughtfully restored while still honoring its original architecture. Plus, this new online art shop is making waves and window coverings stole the show. Of course, there was a lot of inspiring content beyond our little corner of the web as well. Here’s what we loved most this week:

Buster + Punch is known for their household hardware, like door levers and lightswitches, but they also have some gorgeous home accessories. We are smitten with this fashion-forward glass and brass vase. (A great idea for Valentine’s Day… hint hint!)

— Over on sfgirlbybay, Victoria is tapped into a trend we love: frosted, fluted and ribbed glass! It’s a fantastic look for kitchen cabinets and offers mysterious, moody privacy in room dividers. We expect to see this look a lot more in the coming year.

— Looking to update your dinnerware? Villeroy & Boch’s latest collection is inspired by the shape of the crescent moon, with a subtle asymmetry we’re totally into.

— When it comes to household chores, we’ll do anything to make them more bearable. Hence, our love for the laundry room! (Hey, if the space is pretty, you’ll want to spend more time there, right??) Emily Henderson is sharing the 7 things her plumber and contractor told her to consider when it comes to a laundry room’s design.

— Fashion designer Erin Fetherston has shifted to interiors, and we couldn’t be happier. See her aesthetic shine in actress Jenna Dewan’s LA home, featured on MyDomaine. The indoor/outdoor vibe is a dream.

— Ladies, lets be honest: to get a good night’s sleep, you’ve got to be comfortable. RECLINER makes sleepwear that has thermo-regulating properties and is still super soft. And with their Second Skin Nightie, a built-in bralette has all the softness, support and breathability to encourage optimal sleep. Sweet dreams indeed!

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