old brand new.

home is a playground where you can have fun creating and collecting beautiful things. everything in your home should be things you absolutely love. and you don’t need to rob a bank to make your home look beautiful. it just takes some creativity and patience. my thing is decorating on a shoestring budget. try scouring flea markets and thrift stores for rad furniture or one of a kind tchotchkes. and then, shuffle them around your home, which I enjoy doing almost every day, just to spice up the space. think of diy or upcyling projects to create something awesome for practically nothing, like my rattan pour. i had it for awhile and wanted to add something a little more bold to the living room so I painted it black, white and yellow. easy and fun!

thanks for having me over, victoria! happy moving and I can’t wait to see your new home!

dabito — old brand new.

10 Responses to “old brand new.”
  1. vv says:

    hear hear! i agree with this methodology wholeheartedly — having patience when it comes to creating the space that you love.

    p.s. such beautiful, beautiful scenes you’ve captured, as always!

  2. Igor says:

    Dabito is beyond inspiring & cool!

  3. Danielle says:

    The chandelier is my favorite. Gorgeous design!

  4. my coworker and i were just talking about how much we loved your place! its perrrfect! Happy Thanksgiving! xxo

  5. joy says:

    I’ve always loved their photos. Their home is so beautiful too!

  6. Justina says:

    This is such a great series, Victoria–and as for Dab here–I’m speechless. It’s love.

  7. yael says:

    looks beautiful !

  8. Aline says:

    I love your blog and I love your beautiful finds! I did’n see it yeat but I hope to see some Christmas home decorations! Love, Aline.

  9. Rachel says:

    Gorgeous photos! I love seeing spaces that are warm and personal, and that bed looks like a cloud! Victoria, and Dab, Happy Thanksgiving to you both!

  10. Anne says:

    I’ve been following Dabito’s blog for a while and his decorating skills never fail to amaze me. I love all those little items on his dresser. He’s also such a gifted photographer!

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