THE JEALOUS CURATOR: ART GOES HERE.

agh_japanesehouse4

ah, spring is in the air, and this gorgeous entry way in a japanese home is definitely airy! and just to make it especially springy, there’s even a little bird perched permanently on the gorgeous exposed beams. he inspired me to do this: yep, you guessed it – this is the ‘put a bird on it’ edition of art goes here! ready? oh the fabulous collage work... 
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all hung up.

branch-as-clothing-rod

lonny magazine. i don’t know if you’ve noticed, but i’ve got this funny little nook off my bedroom. i can’t figure out what it might have been in a former life. the walls have wainscoting and the ceilings are super tall — at least 13 feet or more. all i know if i can’t change the lightbulb without a really tall ladder. but i digress —... 
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separated at birth.

isabella-rossellini-rug

isabella rossellini + jennifer fisher’s home. it’s been a little while since i’ve posted a separated at birth, so today i thought it was high time i got to it. they take me a while to put together so i gotta get in the groove to go on the hunt. a few neutrals and some dramatic black and white. i hope you enjoy the celebrity decor match-ups. which one would... 
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obsessed.

Kristofer-Johnsson

Hello! I am over the moon with excitement to introduce myself, my name is Kristine Hageland of The Bare Room. I live on Vancouver Island and have personally been an avid reader of sfgirlbybay for quite some time now. I am looking forward to sharing my passion (borderline problematic obsession) for beautiful interiors with you. Recently I came across Swedish photographer,... 
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on the upper west side.

lonny-mag

the latest issue of lonny magazine is live online and one feature zeroes in on editor in chief michelle adams’ beautiful apartment on new york’s upper west side. with barely any walls — and loads of floor to ceiling windows with jaw-dropping views, decorating her apartment had its challenges. but those views and all that light more than make up for a lack... 
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