noe valley welcomes rare device.

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i’m so happy to welcome rare device to my very own neighborhood in noe valley. i love it here, but we were in desperate need of a unique gift shop like Giselle Gyalzen’s rare device. This small, but sweet storefront is filled with lovely, approachably designed items for your home, yourself, and your family. Every object in the store has its own story, and has been... 
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lavish + rifle paper co.

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there’s a darling little boutique in san francisco’s hayes valley neighborhood called lavish, and it’s one of my favorite spots to pick up unique gifts for friends and family. it’s got a really friendly vibe, and owner nicole bald has an exquisite eye when it comes to stocking lavish with beautiful clothing, jewelry, beautiful art & decor books... 
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the charming sketchbooks of monsieur philippe weisbecker.

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last September the lovely julie of pod traveled to Tokyo and found these books, well, more like pamphlets, that were published by a small Japanese publishing company. The work is by french artist Philippe Weisbecker and they are the most beautiful little pieces of ephemera. this book depicts charming Drawings of the most unusual, but intriguing little items (like girdles and... 
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Friday Finds

Friday Finds

1. An honest and inviting dining space 2. This Grecian-inspired sunken tub for a small space 3. Absolutely everything about this Spanish residence 4. A cart holding your favorite things 5. Photographs that take you away 6. A delightfully simple washi tape idea 7. Daily rituals captured by a Melbourne-based photographer 8. City prints inspired by architectural spaces 9.... 
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Ferme à Papier.

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Ferme à Papier is a small collection of paper goods by local San Francisco illustrator Cat Seto. This new collection, nicknamed “Tahitian Parisian” has a fun, traveling vibe, first inspired by Cat’s first trip to Paris two years ago. Cat describes “I never had any intention of starting a new line but when I came back, three weeks later I had 52 images.... 
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