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18 dramatic looks that will inspire an elegant makeover

Black bathrooms are everywhere right now. Stylish, sophisticated and so easy to match with other shades, black is the trending color we are seeing the most in the dreamy bathrooms of Instagram. And if the Instagrammers are loving it, we want in. So here are some fabulous black bathroom ideas to inspire you to follow suit.

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Designing your space from scratch? Check out our bathroom ideas page for plenty of inspiration and to start putting your dream plans into action. And if you are feeling brave check out our colorful bathroom ideas too. 

1. Pick out a black roll top bath

Roll top baths are a big investment, so choosing a versatile, neutral color that will go with anything if tastes change is a great idea. But rather than traditional white, why not opt for black for a design that’s equally flexible and amenable

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14 new cookbooks to inspire your fall kitchen adventures

This year many of us are cooking at home more than ever so it’s a good thing there’s a stellar lineup of new cookbooks – some pushed forward from their spring release dates – to inspire and motivate us through all those breakfasts, lunches and dinners.

100 Cookies: the Baking Book for Every Kitchen, with Classic Cookies, Novel Treats, Brownies, Bars, and More

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Who doesn’t love a book dedicated to cookies? Vanilla Bean Blog baker Sarah Kieffer compiled an irresistible array of brownies, blondies, bars, all manner of shaped and fancy cookies, and of course an entire chapter of her famous pan-banging cookies – those thin, chewy, puddle-like drop cookies made with a higher ratio of butter and sugar to flour, with more dramatically rippled edges resulting from banging the cookie sheet against the oven rack mid-bake.

Eating Out Loud: Bold Middle Eastern

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20 Simple Tattoo Ideas To Inspire Your Next Design

You have a lot of options when it comes to deciding what to get for your next, or first, tattoo. From tiny tats to bold and colorful pieces, the sky is the limit with this art form. And if you’re looking for a simple tattoo, the designs can run the gamut, so Bustle spoke with artists to hear how they define “simple tattoo,” why it doesn’t just mean small, and who it might be good for.

Alysha Howard of Ink and Dagger Tattoo says that, for her, a simple tattoo isn’t just something small — though it can be — but rather, something that requires only one machine and takes less than an hour to do. “‘Simple’ for me are line work designs, lettering — like typewriter-style or anything without varying thickness — and shapes,” she says.

Royal Heritage Tattoo’s Huka recommends flowers, bugs, and landscapes in addition to line

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