miami in madrid.

the thing i like best about this madrid-based co-working and event space (besides that oh-so-florida pastel color palette!) is really how they’ve done so much with so little. i mean, relatively the decor was cleverly created around paint, well-placed plants and some crushing-it curtains. mind you the bones of the space are a good place to begin — those windows... 
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studio tour / geronimo balloons.

this is one of those posts i get really extra excited to share. not just because her space is charming, inviting, and ultra inspiring but because the person behind it is one of my friends and personal heroes — jihan zencirli, founder and chief balloon trooper — the mad visual genius behind geronimo balloons. you may have seen our house tour with jihan, and you’ve... 
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elsie green: a holiday giveaway.

if you adore vintage decor and one-of-a-kind beautiful things for your home that happen to be sustainable, a visit to the bay area’s elsie green is a must.  this charming, family-run business offers the most unique collection of vintage finds from france and morocco that i fear it may make your head spin — in the good way, of course. elsie green imports the prettiest... 
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sexy black frames.

entrance makleri (above + just below). i have to say, nothing quite emphasizes a view like black framed window casings. something about them it adds an element of sophistication you just don’t find anywhere else — a bachelor pad feel perhaps? though it’s a classic look when paired with exterior facing windows, black steel framed windows and doors bring a... 
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floating frames.

sometimes it’s tricky to pick out just the perfect frame — should it be black, white, or maybe natural wood? you know what i mean — sometimes you just want the artwork to speak for itself. artifact uprising has created the perfect solution to solve that problem — the float frame! they invited me to upload a few of my instagrams and i created a gallery... 
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