hairpin turns.

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stella harasek. the first time hairpin legs were used on furniture was in 1941 as part of a Russel Wright American-Way collection. invented by Henry P. Glass, Hairpin legs were a war-time invention — their design limited the amount of material needed while keeping the strength of traditional legs — truly a form meets function story. almost 75 years later, i’m... 
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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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the affordable space saver.

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sara sjogren. i think these metal folding chairs have to be one of the most affordable space saver seating options around. industrial castoffs from office and event spaces can make for some pretty great looking chair options when paired with a beautiful table — the contrast can be striking. and easy on the budget — you can find them at yard sales, craigslist, flea... 
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new and noteworthy.

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1. david derksen copper light. sometimes i’m so busy posting new content that i forget (doh!) that i’ve started a regular blog series. it’s not a series if you don’t keep up with it, right? so, i’m back with new and noteworthy — sharing new stuff i see, that’s also quite noteworthy. with valentine’s day just around the corner,... 
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eclectic coupling.

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i love this eclectic small space apartment in Amsterdam i discovered on house of c. this smashing space belongs to creative couple Maartje van den Noort, a graphic designer & illustrator and her furniture designer partner, Ruben van der Scheer who makes beautiful pieces from Dutch wood. their space has got a very vintage-modern vibe, with soft pastel shades including pale... 
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