make mine mismatched.

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a love is blind. i don’t really care for anything very ‘cookie cutter’. i like decor that is unexpected — a mix of well-loved, cherished, hand-me-down, found pieces that have sentimental value. furniture that you get a little thrill from every time you recall that flea market score, or a flashback for the city you found it. especially dining chairs... 
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make mine rattan.

PEACE1

KK living. ever since i scored this 1950’s vintage bamboo daybed, i find myself more and more into rattan these days, and so i wondered what’s the difference between wicker and rattan. i did a little digging and via home edit, i discovered that Rattan is a specific material, hence rattan furniture is crafted out of rattan only, but wicker furniture may be crafted... 
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guide to shopping vintage.

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as you probably know, i’m a huge fan of incorporating vintage pieces into modern decor — thus my motto ‘bohemian modern style from a san francisco girl’. adding vintage collections makes everything just so more interesting, and helps your home tell stories — about you, and what you love. for me, i’m a bit of a nut when it comes to collecting... 
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older the better.

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i can fully appreciate and even love modern design pieces, but i guess i’m mostly drawn to a mix of old and new, and i especially have an odd affection for vintage-inspired chairs and stools. they seem to hold a sense of history for me, and usually some unique type of design where Beauty meets function. i love this collection of chairs above and below — albeit... 
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industry west.

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how cute is this? pretty darn cute, right? i love all the snappy stuff at industry west. it’s versatile, good-lookin’ and attainable (i.e. affordable style). and the folks at industry west give back, too. through your purchases they donate to support organizations that help children, family, the arts, and community-building so that they can nurture that same sense... 
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