good reads: the socialite family.

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have you ever perused the socialite family? it’s a truly beautiful blog featuring a sampling of home tours of “smart & cool families” written and photographed by Constance Gennari — a former advertising art buyer (just like me). constance created the site to share her passion — approaching interior design not through the eyes of one person... 
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stacked.

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decor chick. is it just me or does everyone feel an intense pang of separation anxiety the minute they try to throw away their old magazines? so, in order not to have to part with our favorites (because that’s been proven to just be too dang hard), we’ve evolved them into decor for the well-read. stacked with our overflow of novels and paperback thrillers, there’s... 
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lightening up.

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design hunter. occasionally, it just feels good to lighten up. clear the clutter out, and let your ‘signature’ pieces speak for themselves in a monochromatic environment. a cool white slouchy sofa, or your prettiest pendant lamp — your favorite artwork for instance. these spaces all do that, but they don’t come across as cold either. just simple, calm... 
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wear this there: tartine bakery.

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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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wear this there: onibus coffee.

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you can count us in on any kind of coffee talk, including caffeine in destinations we can only hope to one day swing by for a cup o’ joe. onibus coffee is a tokyo-based roaster and two-time coffee shop (the first in okusawa, second in nakameguro) that has all the interior vibes we dream for. special tiles and glassware from local artisans, and those minimal japanese... 
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