friday finds.

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annie is still on hiatus, so this week’s friday finds have been left in my hands. and today, we’re feeling rather warm and fuzzy. even plush, if you will. i love a soft, velvety pillow or sofa in a bold, rich color — something tufted perhaps, so you can curl up and feel extra fancy being a couch potato. happy friday everyone, hope you have a comfy rest this... 
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unexpected guests: lisa coris.

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today’s unexpected guests hails from san francisco — russian hill, to be exact. lisa coris is a long-time friend of mine and she and her son live in an amazing, light-filled apartment along russian hill’s cable car line. lisa is a ‘jill of all trades’ — a recruiter of ad agency talent; a jewelry maker (beads, specifically — which she... 
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copper zipper pillows! a giveaway.

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as i mentioned last week, the lovely elsie green sent me the best housewarming gift — these gorgeous vintage linen pillows with cool copper zippers. so sexy, right? elsie green scours europe for the prettiest vintage linens, as well as one-of-a-kind homewares and furnishings and brings them back home to sell online, in her shop and flea markets around northern california... 
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have you met mavenhaus?

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mavenhaus collective is the brilliant brainchild from one of my favorite bloggers and entrepenuers, traci french and her sister, PR guru tara schlosser. a labor of love, Mavenhaus Collective offers small batches of completely exclusive clothing, accessories and lifestyle goods that are of the absolute highest quality, from some of our favorite designers. If you have never... 
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no expiration date that i can see.

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perishable goods = a bit old : a bit new : a bit craft. and a whole lot of beautiful. non-perishable goods is designed and created by shay carrillo in her backyard home-based studio in Portland, Oregon. the shop was born out of shay’s love for textiles, hand-crafted goods, and a desire to make useful products for home, woman & child which reduce disposable consumption,... 
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