unexpected guests: isobel schofield.

unexpected guest: isobel schofield / sfgirlbybay

I’m thrilled to introduce today’s unexpected guest and she is Isobel Schofield, the lovely founder and clog designer of Bryr Studio, located in the heart of San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood. Since discovering her work over a year ago, her custom shoes have become an essential part of my weekly wardrobe. Every season she introduces new designs and colors... 
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vintage vibes.


i love this dutch farmhouse with a very vintage 70’s vibe recently featured on vtwonen. there was an old barn on the property that the couple had planned to update using the hayloft as additional living space, but it was in such bad shape it couldn’t be saved. the next best thing was to gut the space and recreate it from the inside out — repurposing the old... 
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citrus situations.


nicole franzen. the days are getting longer, and those lemon branches are reaching over neighbors fences to say hello. this spring we are feeling the citrus shade in abundance. it energizes our closets, spaces, and dishes with that clean Mediterranean flavor that we are so happy to welcome into our everyday. it’s just that, a spritz of good vibes to bring on those warm... 
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say hellow to yellow.


vtwonen. it was so warm this weekend in l.a. that it felt a lot like spring was already here. spring always makes me think of bright colors, like yellow. yellow harkens back to my 1970’s preteen hell-yes-to-yellow years. i had faux bamboo ‘corner beds’ and a built-in wall unit desk — all quite yellow. when i think about yellow i instantly have flashbacks... 
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plant life.


kimberley dhollander and philippe corthout, via de dujes. commonly popular in the late 1970s or early 1980s, very bohemian fern bars were everywhere. we probably watched chrissy, jack and janet barhop through a few of these lush pubs. houseplants got huge in the late 70’s too, and much like fashion of that era (high waisted jeans, anyone?) they’re back in a big... 
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