bedside manners.

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THE APARTMENT BY THE LINE, in / out blog. i place quite a bit of importance on my bedside table — i like it to be uncluttered, with my favorite things nearby: current reading material and journal, candles, night mask (very important!) and good lighting. i have a thing for cool looking lamps and have a collection of all shapes and sizes. my bedside pendant lamps are from... 
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Laurel & Wolf at The San Francisco Shipyard.

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san francisco’s shipyard is looking much more than shipshape these days — thanks to a beautiful collaboration between long-time home builder Lennar (building since 1954!) and the interior design services of Laurel & Wolf. the online designers have beautifully designed a few of the new model homes for Lennar’s new San Francisco Shipyard properties, which... 
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inspired by: rip & tan.

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i’m not too sure how i found myself here, but i probably followed a pretty pin that lead me to rip & tan, the beautiful blog of clothing designer jenni kayne who has boutiques all over california. rip & tan shares a multitude of topics, but i was most drawn to their profiles, which includes unique home tours of folks like Matt, claire vivier and Carrie Eddmenson... 
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wear this there: the restaurant at the standard.

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were bringing it home for brunch this week, to a classic that’s been under our noses the whole time. this ambiguously named spot is memorable not for title, but for the fact that the entire locale is bright cadmium yellow. yep, absolutely everything in the joint is daffodil-hued. and though we would love to send you forth, dressed head-to-toe in matching tones, that may... 
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new & noteworthy.

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1. i dig the classic contrast welting on west elm’s new commune armless sofa. this time my picks for new & noteworthy are all about the neutrals — creamy whites, black and cozy brown — like Sean McNanney’s dreamy cashmere blankets — sigh, that is just a thing of beauty! i guess, whether i’m ready or not we’re headed into autumn... 
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