Let’s sweep together: Anna Dorfman.

let's sweep together

A few months ago, while ogling this kitchen and everything in it, I started thinking about brooms and dustpans — something I’ve always relegated to a closet, but which can look beautiful on display. Since then, I’ve been bookmarking loads of them! Somehow the plastic dollar store set I have hidden behind the dog food just isn’t any fun to use anymore. Here’s... 
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diy, bb.


i’m calling this post — do it yourself, but better. if you follow along here often you know i’m not the best at diy projects. sure, i can paint a wall, or repurpose a piece of furniture. but actually make something? not so much. i’m just not that good at it. but this week i enlisted the assistance of my new marketing editor (everyone, meet jeannine... 
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design for mankind: paper doll blogger.


Anna Dorfman is one of my favorite girls around. Insanely down-to-earth, introspective and caring, she’s a major treat to know and love. She also happens to have a serious affinity for glitter and black, so when she asked to be styled for a weekend jaunt in Vegas, I knew precisely what to do: After spotting this Alice + Olivia dress at Bergdorf’s, I was on a mission... 
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the big reveal!


well, here it is! at long last the new and improved sfgirlbybay. i hope you will like it as much as i am in love with it. and without further ado, i am really excited to announce the designers behind it, because without them, well it might look very much like one of those crayola drawings of a one-dimensional home with a chimney, a cloud, and one tree. maybe a stick figure... 
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guest post: door sixteen.


i’m so grateful (and excited!) to have a guest post from one of my very favorite people, anna from door sixteen. anna’s jumping in today and taking us along on a picnic. thank you, anna! Maybe it’s because I eat nearly every lunch sitting under fluorescent lights and hunched over my keyboard, but lately I just cannot stop thinking about dining alfresco... 
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