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..an interior architecture student, artist, photographer, cosplayer, anime/manga addict & j/k-pop/rock-loving unique individual sharing her life full of creativity, inspiration....doubts and fears.

'asia' themed blog (mostly k-pop) _ my photography _ art + school/university stuff _ cosplay + fan art
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Lin * 22 German-American

bethrevis:

you could kill a man in any of these dresses, and pretty sure no jury would convict you. those are killing-men dresses, that’s what i’m saying

wuphanpls:

nowyoukno:

Now You Know (Source)

fathers are important

wuphanpls:

nowyoukno:

Now You Know (Source)

fathers are important

obsessedwith-castiel-dean-sam:

plan-d-for-dumbass67:

Weird doesn’t even begin to describe this show

but perfect does

intensefoodcravings:

Brown Butter Pumpkin Cake with Whipped Cream Cheese + Honey

intensefoodcravings:

Brown Butter Pumpkin Cake with Whipped Cream Cheese + Honey

hqlines:

~ Charles Baudelaire

hqlines:

~ Charles Baudelaire

furuyasatoru:

when u get a cute button up shirt and u think it’s going to fit and it does but. but then. u see it.  The Thing

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by (n.states)

by (n.states)

designmeetstyle:

Studded to Perfection.  Make an everyday interior door extraordinary with nailhead trim.  Nailhead furniture has been popular all around the home and the latest look takes an everyday door to a whole new level. Create this fun and easy DIY in just a few simple steps:  For a quick color change, prime your door and paint (we love this butternut hue against the silver thumb tacks), pencil in your holes with ruler or tape, hammer in your nailheads (thumb tacks are a great alternative) and rehang your door.  Easy way to show off your creative style with a DIY that looks lux ,chic and one-of-a-kind. 

What goes great with this project? A playlist. Get your weekend “To-Do” to a “Ta-Da” listening to our favorite songs this week:

hqlines:

ALL GOOD THINGS HERE!

hqlines:

ALL GOOD THINGS HERE!

designsbyfranklloydwright:

Fallingwater Friday!
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater (1936), Mill Run, Pennsylvania

designsbyfranklloydwright:

Fallingwater Friday!

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater (1936), Mill Run, Pennsylvania

ilaurens:

San Francisco - By: (Colin Gallagher) - (Follow on Tumblr)

ilaurens:

San Francisco - By: (Colin Gallagher) - (Follow on Tumblr)