crazy for credenzas.


bolig magazine. as i think about what stays in san francisco (i.e. goes to a new home here) and what i take to L.A. when i move, i’m trying really hard to eliminate what i don’t need, and just keep the pieces in my furniture collection that really mean something to me, and are functional. i’m also considering what i might need in my new home, and credenzas... 
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mid-century modern wicker.


haarlem, via petite passport. i’ve got a big crush on mid-century modern wicker. and while day dreaming about what my new home will look like, i spy quite a few vintage rattan chairs there in my imagination. vintage modern wicker just seems to fit the L.A. vibe so well. the sad thing here is that i already owned a few of these vintage chairs made from rattan, but sold... 
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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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furniture finds.


1. factory rolling bookcase, from urban outfitters. i’ve recently started a new pinboard on pinterest entitled furniture finds, and it seemed like a no brainer that i should share it with you. if you’ve followed along on the blog for a while now, you know i love a combination of high and low, old and new, and super modern versus very vintage. a mix always makes... 
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the loft, in amsterdam.


The Loft is a breathtaking apartment in Amsterdam where a combination of design, art and craft culminate in one inspiring interior design experience. Much like the line’s Apartment in new york city, The Loft is hosted by the playing circle, and everything in it has been hand-picked and curated to be pleasantly pieced together — from the tables and chairs to... 
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