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Midnight Cowboy Civilized insobriety featured

In the maelstrom of Austin’s Sixth Street, there’s a very secret and sophisticated drinking den. For he who likes to get sozzled in style! Housed in an infamous former brothel, which got busted by the FBI in 2011, Midnight Cowboy was given a slick floor-to-ceiling interior revamp. Think: cosy black leather booths, soft-glow lamps and distressed brick walls—in other words, a soave…

Houndstooth Coffee Third wave and then some featured
Frame store Shoptical illusion featured

From the street outside, Frame Store in Amsterdam appears to just play host to a few rows of graphic prints and pretty frames, but venture further into the “concept” store and you’re in for a big surprise. Behind the art (and we mean literally behind the art) are all sorts of treasures for you to browse through, ranging from high-end fashion and beauty products to books and magazines to, well, more prints. It’s like popping open a really chic version of Pandora’s box. Geometric lamps from the likes of Jørn Utzon, fancy crockery from Faye Toogood, stools made of cork, sunglasses made of wood, artwork from Linda Linko, and an elephant-shitload more cool things to spice up your home/self with.

Frame Store is also a platform for the eponymous “Frame” magazine, one of the world’s biggest interior design rags, as well as promoting a couple of other publications on architecture and contemporary art. This place really is a hotspot for the creative denizens of the city. Tag along to one of their many events (think arty, foody, fashiony) or simply drop by for a mooch around.

Harvest and Company Vintage reimagined featured

Part vintage furniture store, part gallery and part project hub, Harvest and Company has come to market in a big way in Amsterdam’s Oud West. Throwing accepted notions of interior goods shops out of a very high window (so that you wouldn’t be able to recognise them even if they survived the fall), they went back to the drawing board to create a bold new breed of design boutique.

The white-walled and polished-concrete floored space (dotted here and there with potted plants and cacti) plays home to a curated collection of wall decorations, custom-made tables, and industrial lights and chairs—all more than worthy additions to even the slickest of pads.

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