Friday Finds

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Top to bottom, left to right: Susana Vento works her styling magic at Folklore, London. I’ve got my sights set on this DIY eye print kitchen towel. This porcelain mug by Hasami will become your morning staple. Your family in customizable pillow form — isn’t it the cutest? One of my favorite neighborhood coffee shops, beautifully captured. Happy Friday, Annie P.S.... 
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origami inspired wallpaper from sidonie.

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i was recently introduced to innovative designer sidonie Loiseleux while visiting my good friend kim schoen in los angeles. sidonie told me about a wallpaper line she was creating based on the idea of origami shapes when undone, reveal the inherent fragility, texture and sculptural qualities of the paper. i couldn’t wait to see, and now sidonie’s new wallpaper... 
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nothing comes between me and my calvins.

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i’ve always wanted to say that. but in this case it’s probably more fitting for me than blue jeans, because calvin klein home has a new collection of beautiful rugs and they invited me to check one out and style it up in my space. this is the tunis rug, part of the new Tundra collection and it’s quite pretty in shades of charcoal and stone, and it’s... 
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Friday Finds

Friday Finds from Annie Teng / sfgirlbybay

Top to bottom, left to right: 1. Interior designer, Susanna Vento, has outdone herself yet again. 2. Accentuate your houseplants with geometric pleats. 3. Fawning over this spectacularly-styled space in Stockholm. 4. This kitchen nook is complete with a pretty pendant. 5. Achieve everyday chic with the perfect black-and-white uniform. Happy Friday, Annie  
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Friday Finds

Friday Finds from Annie Teng / sfgirlbybay

Top to bottom, left to right: 1. From grain silo to modern home, this transformation will blow your mind. 2. A tatami room is the perfect addition for playtime and quiet time alike. 3. The creative duo behind Cereal Magazine share their space and story. 4. Echoing its natural landscape, this Swedish cottage is built entirely of concrete. 5. Clean lines and an uninterrupted... 
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