Must-Reads: A Paris Apartment & Brooklyn Garage

Must-Reads: A Paris Apartment & Brooklyn Garage

Every Monday, we corral five links from around the web worthy of sharing. On tap for today: a garage in Brooklyn gets transformed into cool kid living quarters, Houston sisters receive praise for their popular caftan brand, dissecting the salt and watermelon combo Southerners crave this time of year, a boy mom's beautiful Parisian apartment addicted to and a musical remake is coming to the big screen with a big name director. {hero image via The Socialite Family}

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A CASE FOR THE CAFTAN.

Leave it to Houston ladies to make easy, breezy fashions en vogue as we experience the current sweltering temperatures year after year. Read the tale on how these Texas sisters got their start, the technique to creating their styles and the inspiration for fall's collection here. {image via Garden & Gun}

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MADNESS & FANTASY.

Take a look inside this Parisian mother of three's apartment. While it may not match your style, her aesthetic is undeniably inspiring. She describes it pretty perfectly: "a bit of madness, fantasy." And as an admitted girly girl, we paid special attention to how she designed her boy's rooms. {image via The Socialite Family

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SALTY & SWEET.

"Pass the salt," says most Southerners when they receive a slice of juicy watermelon on a summer day. To some, this is an unconventional pairing. Read the history, why it tastes good, quenches our thirst and some other delectable fruits that may be enhanced by a dash of salt. {image via Yahoo}

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THE SHARKS & JETS.

All West Side Story fans, rejoice! A feature film directed by none other than Steven Spielberg is set to release Christmas...of next year. While you wait, here's some inside scoop{image via Town & Country Mag

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THE GARAGE THAT GREW A HOUSE.

We love to see spaces repurposed into living quarters. This former auto shop in Brooklyn now boasts five levels for residents to call home. Furnished and decorated with finds from ebay, flea markets and auctions, it's a sight to see. {image via The Cut}  

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