Friday Finds

Friday Finds

Top to bottom, left to right: 1. Can one have a windowsill of their dreams? If so, then this is the one. 2. Two Japanese homeware companies strike perfect harmony when MUJI meets IDEE. 3. Slow down in style with Primoeza, a Melbourne-based garment label. 4. Pennyweight goes about her morning routine in pared-down pieces by Elizabeth Suzann. 5. This Japanese-inspired,... 
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Friday Finds

Friday Finds

Top to bottom, left to right: 1. An elegant dining space belonging to the stylist and blogger behind Stil Inspiration 2. Spotted the perfect ‘do for a lazy Sunday in a fashion shoot by Yuvali Theis for Pitch 3. Liking the idea of a quiet weekend curled up with a book 4. A carefully-considered Melboune-based floral studio and plant shop called Loose... 
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sunday in the city.

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happy anniversary to me! today marks 20 years i’ve lived in beautiful san francisco. sometimes it feels like forever that i’ve lived here and other days, it feels as though i’ve just arrived. i’m still wowed by views of the golden gate bridge, and i constantly turn a corner and see something incredible i’ve never seen before — a secret garden,... 
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Friday Finds

Friday Finds

Top to bottom, left to right: 1. Emily Benziger of Fine Life Co documents her dreamy home and lifestyle. 2. The family home of a Dutch design duo brims with small-space inspiration. 3. Bedtime beauty rituals – which natural oil takes the cake? 4. Whip up a crunchy snack that’s dairy, gluten, and sugar-free! 5. This breakfast nook calls for a weekend of... 
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day tripping: a visit to ojai.

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There must be a serenade called “I left my heart in Ojai”, because it seams to be really easy to leave your heart in this small town in California, only 45 minutes up-country from Santa Barbara. I’m not sure how Ojai got on my radar, probably through Instagram, but I’m glad it did. Few weeks ago we rented a car and drove all the way down on the Highway One for a long... 
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