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Llaima Volcano, Chile

Llaima Volcano, Chile

Christopher DeLorenzo

Christopher DeLorenzo

brick pattern house by alireza mashhadimirza

brick pattern house by alireza mashhadimirza

Most Imaginative Ways to Use Tiles in the Home - tidy away today

Most Imaginative Ways to Use Tiles in the Home - tidy away today

Looking for room inspiration? These are the interiors that blew up Instagram this year. Trust us, they're double-tap–worthy.

Looking for room inspiration? These are the interiors that blew up Instagram this year. Trust us, they're double-tap–worthy.

classic grey and white kitchen with brass hardware and black pendant in a gorgeous breakfast nook | via coco kelley

classic grey and white kitchen with brass hardware and black pendant in a gorgeous breakfast nook | via coco kelley

For an instant upgrade, Henderson recommends flooding the space with as much light—natural and artificial—as possible. “There is nothing worse than cooking in a dimly lit area,” Henderson says. “ | archdigest.com

For an instant upgrade, Henderson recommends flooding the space with as much light—natural and artificial—as possible. “There is nothing worse than cooking in a dimly lit area,” Henderson says. “ | archdigest.com

Plastic playtime // Stories Collective on Behance 사선과 원을 활용, 창 안에 새로운 창을 만들어 전면 컷과 확대 컷 동시 제공

Plastic playtime // Stories Collective on Behance 사선과 원을 활용, 창 안에 새로운 창을 만들어 전면 컷과 확대 컷 동시 제공

Community of Quality, officially, is what the C.O.Q. in C.O.Q. Hotel stands for. But any resemblance to that proudly symbolic Gallic rooster is purely intentional. This is a hotel that doesn’t shy away from French history and tradition — witness the oil portraits of eminent figures that adorn the walls — and yet it’s clear at a glance that this is anything but a museum piece.

Community of Quality, officially, is what the C.O.Q. in C.O.Q. Hotel stands for. But any resemblance to that proudly symbolic Gallic rooster is purely intentional. This is a hotel that doesn’t shy away from French history and tradition — witness the oil portraits of eminent figures that adorn the walls — and yet it’s clear at a glance that this is anything but a museum piece.