wear this there: loosie’s cafe.

loosie’s cafe is stand alone proof that our favorite botanical trend isn’t going anywhere. it’s over-abundance of greenery isn’t the only reason this williamsburg spot is on our hot list. it’s the trifecta of a foodie’s dream with an all day cafe, restaurant, and bar (happy hour runs almost all day — is this heaven on earth?). being that... 
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a little bit of lisbon.

as promised in yesterday’s post about our charming apartment in lisbon, i wanted to share a few ‘must-visit’ spots around the city if you happen to be headed that way — which i most certainly recommend. lisbon is a beautiful seaside city, full of colorful pastel architecture. it reminds me a little bit of a much older san francisco — it’s... 
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best of: i have a thing for these mirrors.

charlie forever. every time i see one of these uniquely shaped mirrors i’m suddenly stopped dead in my tracks. there’s just something so striking, and so feminine about the curve and shape of their pretty brass frames. i did a bit of research on them and i believe they are called an F.A.33 mirror, originally designed by the legendary designer Gio Ponti in 1933... 
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best of: gray blue days.

vogue living. finally. L.A. is getting some lovely, dreary rain. i’m curled up on the sofa this sunday, listening to spotify’s indie acoustic chill, lucy by my side smelling a little bit like wet wool after her walk, but it’s all okay. i love the rain and the moody blue feelings it brings. i’m not often drawn to shades of blue in decor as much as i... 
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a multi-cultural home in berlin.

i wouldn’t have guessed at first glance that this beautiful apartment is in germany — i think my imagination took me instead to morocco, but it is indeed berlin. featured recently on milk decoration this is the very worldly and eclectic home of artist payam sharifi and his partner kasia korczak, founders of slavs and tatars, a collective based on exhibitions, books... 
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