the sisters of søstrene grene.

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a new spring collection from søstrene grene is available and it’s lovely — and their lookbook is just as inspiring as the collection and the women who created it. In 1973, the charming tale of søstrene grene began in Aarhus, Denmark — the story of two elderly sisters, Anna and Clara Grene, who diligently work to create little, bright differences in the... 
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friday finds.

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well, i’ve got some crazy news today. the fact is, i’m retiring. yep, that’s the big, dramatic news today. i’m gone. outta here. good luck to one and all. APRIL FOOLS. not you, me — i’m the big silly fool around here. so this week’s friday finds are only about the fun. fooling around. jolly good times. nonsense and frivolity. and,... 
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sneak peek: the elysian edit.

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i’ve been a fan of the refined eye of jessica comingore long before moving to los angeles. but now, as neighbors we’ve been having sort of a ‘mutual admiration society’ — i shared her lovely home here on the blog in november, and now on her recently updated site the elysian edit, jessica is sharing mine. jessica took some really pretty pictures... 
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good reads: home stories.

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one of my favorite decor books is urban vintage, written by Swedish author and blogger ida magntorn. ida sent me along a PDF of her new book home stories, which is now available, and it’s just as lovely and inspiring as her last book. both books are published in swedish, but chronicle books later published urban vintage in english under the title home style by city,... 
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a personal chat with garance doré.

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today, we’re in for something rather special — SFGirlByBay contributor, and founder of Vérité Published Michaela d’artois relays her recent chat with the very enchanting Garance Doré. Garance Doré on Being a Broke Illustrator, French Girls, and Her New Book! She’s insanely down-to-earth — so much so that greeting her feels like coming upon an... 
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