spotted sf: dandy + hollow.

spotted sf: dandy + hollow / sfgirlbybay

In San Francisco’s Inner Sunset you’ll find the sweetest shop and café called Dandy and Hollow. Owned by husband and wife team, William and Dawn, Dandy offers a delightful selection of goods for cooking and entertaining and Hollow serves up coffee and a variety of locally made sweets. Tucked inside the latter, you’ll also find small gift items to purchase, like tea... 
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sacred spaces.

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i get abc carpet & home’s newsletter regularly (it’s my very favorite shop in NYC) and this week they shared a new om collection devoted to the art of sacred spaces — all about creating your own little moment of zen. there’s so many pretty things to design a beautiful little sanctuary: gorgeous velvet and silk meditation cushions, incense, to deities... 
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freudian brew.

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Freud is a small British design house currently debuting their coffee and tea ware collection in the U.S.A. Created in 1986 by the Freud family, Freud (still very much a family business) specializes in producing simple, modern, functional design products for the home. theirs is a super stylish stainless steel coffee and tea ware collection, available to lucky europeans since... 
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care for a cuppa?

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if i ever needed a cup, i need this one. this mix and match porcelain cup and saucer collection from fine little day is just one of the loveliest things i’ve seen in some time. the “Just my cup of tea” is a series of cups designed by Anna Backlund and Elisabeth Dunker for “House of Rym”. The series includes several different designs to be mixed... 
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souvenirs de paris.

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i didn’t get the chance to say ‘happy friday’ to y’all since i was on a flight back from paris all day, so happy monday! and for those of you stateside, happy fourth of july holiday! these are just a few of my souvenirs de paris… a vintage egg cup from an amazing store called merci (more on that later!) and some delicious kusmi tea – i couldn’t... 
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