unexpected guests: jennifer bostic.

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Today we’re visiting a former san franciscan who’s transplanted herself to new york city, but this particular home of hers is still here in the city — a little twist on our usual unexpected guests. Jennifer Bostic is the founder of Paper Plane Studio, a graphic design firm in New York City specializing in corporate identity, packaging, print communications,... 
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unexpected guests: alice flynn.

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today on unexpected guests i’m over the moon to share with you the beautiful home of alice flynn in Sydney, australia. alice is a partner with her sister at penny farthing design house, and an interior designer by trade, which may be why her home knocked my socks off. Where do you live, and what are a few of your favorite things to do in your neighborhood? We are in... 
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unexpected guests: jamie alexander.

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it’s been too long since we’ve had an unexpected guest, but today we’ve got a great one — san francisco local jamie alexander. jamie runs park life, a wonderfully cool little art gallery / boutique in the richmond district with business partner derek song. jamie is also known for having amassed a great art collection of his own, including pieces from... 
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unexpected guests: MCMF.

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today on unexpected guests we’re dropping in on a mid-century modernist’s dream house — the home of Mid Century Modern Finds’ Christine, Carlos and kids. Longtime sponsors, and new found friends, Carlos and Christine have carved out an amazing San Francisco home in the neighborhood of Ingleside, full of treasures from their many flea market excursions.... 
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unexpected guests: ariele alasko.

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the other day i happened upon the amazing cheese boards of brooklyn-based builder ariele alasko. i couldn’t even tell you how i got there, it was just another serendipitous day of my internet a.d.d. — one thing always leads to another. and in this case, i realized my wanderings had found something special. ariele is a real maker – a woodworker — and... 
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