Friday Finds

Friday Finds from Annie Teng / sfgirlbybay

Top to bottom, left to right: 1. Picturesque views from a concrete house on the Danube 2. Paloma Wool, an otherworldly meeting of fashion and photography 3. Yet another delightful collection from Ferm Living for SS15 4. The natural elements of this chair from Danish brand, by Lassen 5. Precious and thoughtful DIY edible gifts in jars Happy Friday, Annie  
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Friday Finds

Friday Finds from Annie Teng / sfgirlbybay

Top to bottom, left to right: 1. Soak away your worries in this wooden bath with a view. 2. Clear the clutter to clear your mind for sleep. 3. Bedhead be gone with an effortlessly elegant low chignon. 4. Step into the simple entryway of a simply beautiful home. 5. Complete the corner with a bird of paradise. 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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see design | a reader giveaway.

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i’m very happy that the first giveaway of the year is from one of my lovely, longtime sponsors, see design — i couldn’t be more proud to have see design represented here on sfgirlbybay and excited to be giving away a $150 gift code to a very lucky winner for anything you select from see design’s many collections — from home wares to fashion, you’re... 
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*best of: separated at birth.

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* this post originally ran september 15, 2011. allrighty! i’m going for round two with the male version of separated at birth, and this time, it’s just a little bit macho. what a good time i had! i rounded up some of the delicious bad boys we all love to hate, or as the case may be, love to love! commune & jack nicholson. steve mcqeen and chris everard. paul... 
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