Get the vibes right in your home with this modern LED light that’s on sale

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It features 60 built-in LEDs.
It features 60 built-in LEDs.

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TL;DR: Set the mood in any room with the TheoryLamp Circular LED Light for $99.99, a 33% savings as of May 6.


Lighting is everything. Seriously, ask any professional designer. It’s a key ingredient when it comes to decorating, not a second thought.

While you probably can’t overhaul your entire home right now to get the lighting you want, you’ve still got options. Like the TheoryLamp Circular LED Light, for example. The first in a series of LED lighting products by TheoryHome, this sleek, circular lamp will give you the perfect lighting, no matter the location. (It’s also on sale.)

Excellent for night reading, lighting up your living room, enhancing a

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How Cadillac Found New Design Inspiration in Palm Springs and Mid-Century Modern Architecture

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Palm Springs, Calif., is an attractive vacation destination for more than just warm weather and pretty sights. The town is a time capsule for the 1950s and ‘60s, and flaunts its celebration of the past with the world’s highest concentration of mid-20th-century building design and its abundant use of glass. Palm Springs, through its aesthetic, serves as a reminder of post-World War II optimism.

In the Twin Palms neighborhood, for instance, there are no street lights to be found. Street lights mean light pollution, which means an encumbered view of the night’s stars. At daytime, standing inside a 1957-vintage home designed by the late architect William Krisel, it’s hard not to stare at the nearby Santa Rosa Mountains framed through glass that itself soars to the ceiling. You can’t help but gaze up to the heavens in this town and feel

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A Modern Boston Carriage House That Maintains Its Historic Charm

Boston’s intimate Beacon Hill is home to carriage houses that date to the 1800s (most, on cobbled streets that sparkle with gas lamps). This one, featuring design from LTK Interiors’ Lisa Kreiling, has been modernized for its relaxed residents. Still, it continues to embrace its historic bones in its decorative choices, which are smart and understated. “I was thinking ‘stable’ with some wood planking, some regular tongue and groove,” says Kreiling. “It’s rich and elegant with dark, mixed-width boards—but, not farmhouse.”

Remodeling this historic home demanded creativity and grace. (Remember, carriage houses were constructed for carriages and horses.) “Because they were more functional in nature, many of these carriage houses have quirkier design elements,” the homeowner says. These—including, odd-shaped windows, staircases in unconventional places, and wide floorboards—have naturally invited more creative interior design elements. “Our carriage house was designed to capture the essence of a functional carriage house, combined with

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Modern European Elegance Graces LA’s New “Olivetta” Restaurant

If the food is sumptuous, why shouldn’t the decor be, too? In Los Angeles, diners looking for a multi-sensory experience can now head to Olivetta, a new Mediterranean-inspired eatery by the restaurateurs behind the Draycott in Pacific Palisades. With a classy but comfortable European vibe, Olivetta pushes back against contemporary restaurant design trends that equate raucous noise with popularity.

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Located on Melrose Avenue near West Hollywood, Olivetta blends LA’s sunny, relaxed personality with a bit of Old World flair. Owners Marissa and Matt Hermer hired Tom Parker of interior design firm Fettle, who also designed the Draycott, to infuse the space with equal parts freshness and nostalgia. Contrasting with the airy black-and-white interiors commonly seen along the rest of Melrose, Olivetta is filled with cheerful colors, moody lighting, and soft textiles.

The space is roughly divided into four areas: a bar, a dining room, a “living room”

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