Friday Finds

Friday Finds from Annie Teng / sfgirlbybay

Top to bottom, left to right: 1. A DIY wall hanging that gets creative with eucalyptus branches 2. This wooden bathroom inside the home of Sydney-based architects 3. Black Barn, a fittingly vine-covered boutique vineyard in New Zealand 4. The garden door of our dreams, perfectly framed in purple 5. Fancy grilled cheese with goat cheese and blackberry jam Happy Friday, Annie  
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Friday Finds

Friday Finds from Annie Teng / sfgirlbybay

Top to bottom, left to right: 1. A house in its purest form, Japanese-inspired, found in Switzerland. 2. Behold, the miniature frozen yogurt cake! An edible work of art. 3. This half-up knot is the epitome of low-maintenance chic. 4. Smitten with Need Supply’s Pre-Spring 2015 looks. 5. Take me to this fireplace! Happy Friday, Annie  
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mexico: the cookbook.

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i adore cookbooks and collect them compulsively. to me, when well done they are just as much art, as well — art and design books. such pretty pictures can accompany delicious menus, inspiring and enticing you to take chances and try new recipes. but not many cookbooks recently have screamed from the bookshelf, “hey! you need me in your life!” as much as Margarita... 
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Friday Finds

Friday Finds from Annie Teng / sfgirlbybay

To kick off 2015 and celebrate the first birthday of Friday Finds, I thought I’d write down five things I plan to live by this year (and beyond). Though they may sound like glorified new year’s resolutions (cheesy is how I roll), my intent is for them be a source of encouragement, not enforcement. I’d love to hear yours if you’re inclined to share.... 
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cheers to the weekend: antique taco.

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this post marks a new mini series i’m excited to share with you from anna zajac, a wonderful chicago-based photographer and designer. anna invited me to share some really lovely lifestyle shoots from her portfolio, and i couldn’t choose just one, so i decided a mini series was in order! it’s not quite the weekend, but what better day than hump day to start... 
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