sage living + a giveaway.


one of the very first profiles on my home was for rue magazine, and it was written by one its founders, anne sage. it was also one of my favorite write-ups because i felt like anne was able to really capture the essence of what it was like for me to live in that home in san francisco, and how much i loved it. she created a scenario for the readers that really expressed the... 
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the golden ladder.


this post in partnership with St. Martin’s Press, and all words and opinions are my own. thank you for supporting the brands that help keep sfgirlbybay going with fresh content every day. picture this: It’s 2006 in the Manhattan of the young and glamorous. Money and class are colliding in a city that is about to go over a financial precipice and take much of the country... 
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sprout by HP + a giveaway.


a while back i was invited by HP to test drive their new immersive computer platform — which is a fancy way of saying that Sprout by HP is a new creativity station blending the physical and digital world we live in. one of the things i found it most useful while putting together my book see san francisco, was the ability to play around with the page layouts with just the... 
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story tellers.


i adore an ecelectic, well-loved home with lots of stories to tell, and this one speaks volumes. featured on lonny, this is the small (370 square feet!) new york east village home of two passionate collectors who are breaking all the small space design rules. they’ve amassed only objects they have a close connection to, along with a really healthy reading library and... 
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good reads: jason grant’s home in rue.


i’m a big fan of australian stylist jason grant, so it was fun to find his sydney home recently featured in Rue magazine. jason’s got two books under his belt now — a place called home, and now his brand new book away at home, both perfect reads for helping you create a space that says something unique about your own, personal style of living. his home walks... 
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