currently pinning.


gorgeous styling via, Studio Palanquin for QUITOKEETO. in another episode of what I’m currently pinning it looks like i’m leaning towards the feminine mystique — doesn’t it? pretty pastels, and swirly marble — even the cutest leopard print briefs made it to my pinboards. many of these pins made it to my blushing beauty board, as you might expect,... 
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unexpected guests: brooke winfrey.

meet btw ceramics / sfgirlbybay

i was first drawn to btw ceramics on instagram, and last month while visiting amira marion’s studio in brooklyn, i noticed a bunch of brooke winfrey’s colorful pieces adorning her space. turns out the two are friends and I was lucky to visit both artists’ studios that day. originally from tulsa, oklahoma (and an okie at heart), brooke then moved to nyc—apartment and... 
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Friday Finds


Top to bottom, left to right: An artist’s studio, artfully situated, in a bright and beautiful attic The timeless modern/vintage mix at the home of Gant’s Creative Director Adoring this minimal yet playful kids room from Rafa-kids This monochromatic creative workspace with just the right touches Crisp, cozy bed linens I’d love to lounge in... 
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living with: frida kahlo.


Frida Kahlo, circa 1937. Photo by Nickolas Muray via csjcl riverside. as with many talented people who die young, there’s such a mysterious air around frida kahlo, and so much fascination with her life as an artist — i thought it might be fun to imagine what her home life might look like. i know she lived in the blue house which is now a museum, but i had fun re-imagining... 
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wilder california + a giveaway.

palm leaf prints and artisanal woven baskets / sgirlbybay

meet artist jane wilder. jane’s always been intrigued by the beauty and diversity of the American and specifically the California landscape and the natural world — thus her etsy print shop, california wilder. jane was lucky enough to grow up in a home where the visual arts was encouraged. So many of the natural treasures of our area are in danger and are being... 
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