living in transition.

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i always look forward to covet garden magazine because in each issue they put their entire focus on the individual design of just one home and their latest issue does this quite exceptionally. issue number 59 (!!) features a beautiful home tour of a family who relocated from New Zealand to Toronto, canada. it’s a transitional home, rented while they searched for their... 
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new and noteworthy.

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1. Taschen’s The Book of Palms, from the Line. 2. touch slipper from mixed business L.A.; 3. No Chemicals Incense Sticks by Couverture; 4. Mediterranean Whiting Knitting Needle Case Holder from howkapow. 5. three potato four’s white message board. 6. Studio Macura’s LAKO bent-steel wire rack for storing books and magazines; 7. buchholz berlin fair catch... 
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good reads: Chic Boutiquers at Home.

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author ellie tennant has a brand new book out, entitled Chic Boutiquers at Home — and it’s quite a clever concept. featuring twelve online store owners, the concept only makes perfect sense me — if you’re truly fond of a shop’s look it’s only natural you may love the look of their homes, too. ellie takes a look at these shop owners’... 
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sage living + a giveaway.

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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.

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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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