Must-Reads: Details from Doré & A Cultural Compound in San Miguel

Must-Reads: Details from Doré & A Cultural Compound in San Miguel

Every Monday, we corral five links from around the web worthy of sharing. On tap for today: the compelling visual work of Eloise Corr Danch, a marvelous home with global influence in San Miguel, a summer romance reading list, a new young Houston design darling and spilling the details from Garance Doré gorgeous California home. {hero image via Atelier Doré}

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DESIGNING THE DETAILS.

If you've ever paid any attention to the works of creative genius Garance Doré, you know this much is true: she has an eye for design. You can imagine we were in good, excited company when the details of her home debuted on her site last week. Get up close and personal with G's dreamy California home.  {image via Atelier Doré}

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FLOWER INFLUENCER.

If you thought flower power only infiltrated your wardrobe come springtime, think again. Eloise Corr Danch uses the medium in all capacities to create compelling ad campaigns, fashion spreads and incredible window installs. {image via eloise corr danch}

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BEACH READS.

A romance reading guide you'll revisit over and over again for summer travels ahead. There's something for everyone including the many persons seeking the next best story after A Star is Born and the supposed most underrated novel from 2018. Brought to you by the voices behind the Bad on Paper podcast, you're guaranteed to discover your next page-turner. {image via Camille Styles}

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HOUSE OF GOOD FAITH.

San Miguel de Allende is full of architectural marvels, and our Texan neighbor Michelle Nussbaumer created something really special there. A global treasure hunter by trade, she gathered her inspiration from all over to create a home with colliding cultural elements that's worth seeing -- catch it on Architectural Digest. {image via Architectural Digest}

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FRESH TALENT.

Alexandra Killion, a budding Houston-based designer, was born to an opera singing father and behavioral expert mother, and she attributes that background to molding her unique combination of art appreciation and understanding her clientele. See the full feature here{image via Voyage}

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