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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credenzas, the little multi-taskers.


credenzas are one of those perfect pieces of furniture — they work so hard at so many tasks. they are wonderful hidden storage spaces, media stands, ideal for displaying collections and artwork, make a great little entryway piece, and they’re just the right height for serving a buffet dinner or even a cocktail bar. and there’s a variety of shapes, styles... 
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Three Potato Four: Portrait Studies.


Collectors by birth, Janet Morales & Stu Eli started Three Potato Four to share their findings with the world. Their newest product, based on early twentieth century portrait study oil paintings, is a carefully curated collection of early twentieth century portraits. If you’ve followed along, you know we’ve always been a fan of decorating with vintage portraits,... 
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elsie green studio giveaway.


a few weeks ago i was so happy to visit elsie green‘s gorgeous studio once again. in awe of their newly enlarged space, i photographed as owner, laurie, set up a fabulous dinner party table, perfect for those nights you want to get a little fancy and stay in with your favorite friends. you’re just in time for the party because elsie green is giving away a $100... 
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electric blanket.


Electric Blanket is a brand new shop in san francisco’s mission district run by artist jillian west, who’s lived in the neighborhood since 2009. i’m going to just go ahead and apologize right here for my lack of editing abilities, but the photos cindy loughridge took of the space were just too good to narrow down — hopefully you won’t mind a bit!... 
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