modern day handmade heirlooms.

rebecca atwood bedding. / sfgirlbybay

Rebecca Atwood has always loved quilts and their sense of history. Growing up, there was a crazy quilt hanging next to her parent’s dining room table that was from her mom’s side of the family, and she was fascinated with it and its different triangular fabrics. Her mom also made her own quilts for Rebecca and her sisters with big squares in happy colors. Needless to say, she’s always wanted to make her own collection of quilts. These pretty pastel quilts take their inspiration from Rebecca’s personal experiences, and each one is a truly individual piece, hand-sewn in Brooklyn — one of a kind, modern day heirlooms, handmade and compiled from various pieces of fabric from Rebecca’s studio. In the spirit of ‘repurposing’, she wanted to find a way to use the leftover fabric from production of her other collections, so they wouldn’t go to waste, and ultimately create a handmade, one-of-a-kind heirloom with a unique sense of quirkiness. whether they cover your bed, hang on the wall, or even draped over the back of your sofa, rebecca’s quilts will enhance any space.

rattan bedframe with rebecca atwood bedding. / sfgirlbybay

rebecca atwood sheets and quilts. / sfgirlbybay

rebecca atwood quilts. / sfgirlbybay

rebecca atwood quilts and sheets. / sfgirlbybay

colorful rebecca atwood quilts. / sfgirlbybay

rebecca atwood bedding collection. / sfgirlbybay

• photography courtesy of Rebecca Atwood.

friday finds.

pink glass pendant lamp. / sfgirlbybay

let’s end this week on a light note, shall we? i hope you all have some fun plans in the works! i think i’m hitting the long beach flea market which always puts a spring in my weekend steps. don’t you just love shopping for unusual, quirky finds that make your home so uniquely you? i do, i do! here’s a little celebration of whimsical spaces and places with a little sense of humor about them. these friday finds should hopefully make you smile a little bit. monday’s a holiday here, so everyone have a great long weekend! xo, victoria

  1. i love this light little nook — a lovely vignette of pretty pastels including that pale pink pendant lamp.
  2. honor your beloved pets in vintage-inspired portrait paintings — create a shrine to a girl’s best friend.
  3. very sweet table top styling including a glass cloche containing tiny collectibles.
  4. an eclectic looking living room, and i especially like the cheeky eye exam chart as art.
  5. stylist anna malmberg always gets it right, and this barcart is evidence her talents. love the miniature vintage vw bus.
  6. have you got a bunch of mismatched plates laying around? hang them up in a whimsical display that’s sure to cheer you up.
  7. personalize your home by showing off your hobbies, musical talents and love of vintage whimsy.
  8. i also adore unexpected kitchen art — create a unique story with vintage portrait paintings.

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pink ceramic vase. / sfgirlbybay

striped area rug with leather sofa. / sfgirlbybay

rustic bar cart and potted plant. / sfgirlbybay

mismatched ceramaic plates. / sfgirlbybay

vintage mantle and home decor. / sfgirlbybay

vintage portrait paintings in a white modern kitchen. / sfgirlbybay

wear this there: gracias madre.

gracias madre in los angeles. / sfgirlbybay

this week we’re bringing it home for our wear this there, right to our local favorite — gracias madre. this west hollywood haunt has the dreamiest interiors (and gluten free tortillas) that will stick with you long after you’ve left. their use of tiles gives us serious feels against an otherwise minimally bohemian space that you’ll want to recreate in your own home. we say mix up the cool girl style with a bright yellow frock and a short pom pom heel — the spicy marg won’t be the only fuego moment. a good pair of frames, and the perfect tote bag will have you fitting right in with this chic crowd. this week’s read this there is the Frida Kahlo: The Gisèle Freund Photographs, the works of Gisèle Freund who was welcomed into the mexico city home of legendary couple Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera.

~ michaela dartois, vérité published.

wear this there: gracias madre. / sfgirlbybay

wear this wear guide: gracias madre. / sfgirlbybay

wear this there: zara poplin dress; zara leather mid-heel pom pom sandals; bones and feathers collective sun earring set; need supply Karen Walker Marques sunglasses in Marigold/Brown; read this there Frida Kahlo: The Gisèle Freund Photographs by Gérard de Cortanze; need supply Academy Time Zone Necklace; anthropologie Frayed Bazaar Straw Tote; luv aj full bloom ring set in rose gold.

wicker chairs at gracias madre. / sfgirlbybay

white brick walls and wicker chairs at gracias madre in l.a. / sfgirlbybay

white exterior with colorful awning at gracias madre. / sfgirlbybay

wood floors and white brick hallway. / sfgirlbybay

moroccan tile bar at gracias madre. / sfgirlbybay

wear this there: gracias madre weho. / sfgirlbybay

• photography courtesy of gracias madre; remodelista; one kings lane and decor8.

pantone-inspired art.

art collection inspired by pantone's color of the year. / sfgirlbybay

earlier in the week i shared the pretty color pairing of pink + green. well today, we’re taking a look at adding color to your decor palette through art — probably one of the most effortless and affordable makeover maneuvers in my arsenal. art.com invited me to partner with them and curate an art collection inspired by pantone’s 2017 color of the year — ‘greenery’ and i went exploring their huge inventory of artworks for some pretty spring-like prints. i chose vintage european poster prints framed by art.com in white to create a very fresh gallery look. i also added some of my favorite spring blooms, quince in a couple of their green glass vases from their home decor collection to complete the look. voilá — quick and easy and ready to celebrate the spring season!

art collection inspired by pantone's color of the year: greenery. / sfgirlbybay

pictured: an alla spezia promotional poster; poster for the 1942 univeral exhibition in rome; 1930 international exhibition poster; and san sebastian vintage european poster all framed in chelsea white.

art collection inspired by pantone. / sfgirlbybay artwork inspired by pantone's color of the year. / sfgirlbybay prints from art.com inspired by pantone's color of the year. / sfgirlbybay art and decor from art.com inspired by pantone. / sfgirlbybay decorating with art and decor from art.com. / sfgirlbybay art.com art and decor inspired by pantone's color of the year. / sfgirlbybay

• photography by liz kuball for sfgirlbybay.

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serenity now.

white bedroom with floral pillows. / sfgirlbybay

i suppose there’s some lingering love in the air — romantic vibes leftover from valentine’s day out there in the atmosphere. i also think there’s a lot going on in the world that’s a little unsettling, and sometimes that just makes me wanna crawl under the covers and wait it out. some place serene with super soft sheets — a pretty place to lay my weary head. i love these rooms because they’re just that and they’re all about the bed. spare and sublime — the perfect place to get away from it all.

black headboard in white bedroom with colorful area rug. / sfgirlbybaywhite bedroom with pink roses. / sfgirlbybaywhite bedroom with black sconce lamps. / sfgirlbybaymoroccan quilt on white bed linens. / sfgirlbybayserene bedroom with neutral decor. / sfgirlbybaywhite and pink bedding and decor. / sfgirlbybaywhite rustic bedroom decor. / sfgirlbybayfloral arrangement and bohemian bedroom decor. / sfgirlbybaybedroom with tile floors and white walls. / sfgirlbybay

• photo credits in order of appearance: my paradissi; ramblings of a red head girl; the design files; casa del caso; these tings take time; dust jacket; architectural digest espana; house and leisure; chameleon; mint + varnish; erica tanov; 1888, by Sharon Core; rebecca atwood’s living with Color, Texture, and Print at Home; architectural digest espana.