good reads: foraged flora.

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what happens when one of your favorite floral designers and the co-founder of remodelista team up with one of your photography idols? a beautiful new book: Foraged Flora: A Year of Gathering and Arranging Wild Plants and Flowers by Louesa Roebuck and Sarah Lonsdale and gorgeously photographed by Laurie Frankel. i’m so inspired by this kind of rogue flower arranging that... 
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good reads: urban jungle.

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one of my favorite bloggers (and an all-around sweet guy!) Igor Josifovic has co-authored a brilliant new book with Judith de Graaff, with beautiful photography by Lina Skukauskė and illustrations by Saar Manche. together, igor and judith are founders of Urban Jungle Bloggers — a blog which covers gloriously green ideas to make your home a happy one with plants, with... 
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friday finds.

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it’s finally friday — and even though it was a short work week, i still feel like, “whew! we made it!”, and darn it but if i don’t still have the travel itch. labor day has come and gone, and still no summer holiday for me. i’ve got to get out of town! or at least pretend like i am. happy weekend, or shall i say, bon voyage everyone! xo,... 
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wear this there: leo’s oyster bar.

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is it possible that if we were a chic locale, leo’s oyster bar in san francisco would be us? eccentric coloring, vintage highlights, friendly and inviting. if you aren’t convinced, just peek at the outfit we would wear to feast on oysters with an abundance of our favorite SF pals. some of our favorite pieces include vibrant yellow accessories (these shop shade... 
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good reads: rebecca atwood’s living with pattern.

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textile designer Rebecca Atwood is debuting her first book today, Living with Pattern: Color, Texture and Print at Home and is it ever a beautiful book she should be truly very proud of. Pattern is a tool to share your story, and in her new book, Rebecca helps us discover how to do this. how to create a home that’s livable, layered, and interesting, and most importantly... 
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