sunday in the city.


sometimes i just can’t help but notice what a colorful city san francisco is. maybe you could tell that from my instagram feed this week. i think when it’s foggy, like it was this sunday in the city, all those colors just pop even more. maybe that’s intentional — artists and graffiti taggers paint all these spaces bright and beautiful so they stand... 
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Renegade Craft Fair: SF Summer Market!


Renegade Craft Fair is here for it’s San Francisco Summer Market at the Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason Center this weekend, Saturday, July 19 – Sunday, July 20, 2014 and it’s free! Who doesn’t love perusing through aisles of over 250+ vendors for ceramics, one-of-a-kind jewelry, stationery, clothing and accessories, to leather goods, art prints, and more,... 
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vintage to go.


this weekend my friend joni and i hit the alameda flea market — it was the perfect temperature for strolling the huge treasure trove of vintage collectibles and we even found a few things to bring home — i scored a vintage japanese kimono, a large french hand-blown glass vase, and a camp stool. because everyone needs a cute striped campstool in their life. but... 
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tiptoeing through the tulips.


well, in this case it’s tulips, but also peonies, dahlias, sunflowers and everything beautiful in-between. i took a trip to san francisco’s wholesale flower mart last week and was overwhelmed with choices! the flower mart is for floral buyers and designers all over the city, but it’s open to the public, too and i go quite often. martha stewart visited on... 
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the flora cultural society.

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welcome to the flora cultural society. located in a tiny alleyway off ninth street in oakland’s old town, this is a sweet little florist shop, but it’s much, much more, too. the flora cultural society uses flowers not just to cut and arrange but also to make dyes, weave and create other botanical goods. their flower shop, farm, classes and products invite you to... 
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