a little dab will do ya.


orange — the color that starts popping up in the fall just as we enter october. the color of jack-o-lanterns and the changing leaves. it’s a bold color choice, and one i can only take in small doses — a little dab will do you right. these rooms have just the right amount of the outgoing color orange and i find that little pop goes far in creating some beautiful... 
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wear this there: tartine bakery.


as a former san franciscan, i take it a little personally that tartine bakery waited for my departure before opening its huge haven of freshly baked carbs, but it’s reason enough to return. tartine bakery is possibly the worlds greatest dough, and now they have an entire location in collaboration san francisco-based heath ceramics, dedicated to the craft — of minimalistic... 
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let there be light! a giveaway from katy skelton.


jones single sconce — available in Black, Off-White and White. you may have seen katy skelton’s modern homeware designs on the blog before, she’s a furniture designer based in Savannah, Georgia that designs and sells beautiful american-made homeware products with social responsibility in mind — products that come from socially sustainable and responsible... 
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friday finds.


the leaves don’t change much around these parts of los angeles. eventually, they will but regardless, i can still feel fall in the air. you can see the changing seasons on pinterest too — the palette shifts from summer pastels and images pinned start getting plummy and golden-hued. it’s getting cozier and cozier everywhere i look, and i’m feeling... 
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cisco home.

spotted sf: cisco home / sfgirlbybay

A happy home is not only a beautiful one but a healthy one, too. The ethos of Cisco Home and their commitment to design, family and the environment in creating their collection of sustainable furniture. Since 1990 founder Cisco Pinedo and his family have handcrafted their full line of furnishings using sustainable materials and building methods from their company’s los... 
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