oh berlin boy.


this is the latest design project from vintagency — a berlin-based interior design agency. they had just a small budget but made big changes for their client – a young entrepreneur who needed help with his tiny two-room apartment in Berlin — Prenzlauer Berg. Together they created a great space with industrial charm and fun, vintage-inspired and colorful accent... 
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getting to the root of it.


a well traveled woman. i have been coveting the idea of rooting plants in vintage glass jars for a while now. i even tried the (seemingly) easy idea of rooting an avocado pit to no avail. i’ve been successful when it comes to growing from bulbs — like paper whites, but when it comes to roots, i’m an utter failure. so i’m coming to you guys for guidance.... 
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bohemian modern new yorker.

modern bohemian live work space / sfgirlbybay

at first glance this very bohemian┬ánew york apartment looks like there’s quite a lot going on. but at further inspection, it’s a space with a seemingly well-thought out cohesiveness. the color palette is lovely and while yes, there are a lot of collectibles and art on the walls here, they somehow work together in a very effortless and stylish way. even a vintage... 
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vintage-inspired styling.


adore vintage. i went to the pasadena city college flea market this weekend (admission is free and it’s held the first sunday of every month), and hey hey — it’s a big one so wear your sneakers! i had no idea how large it was. i don’t think i’d ever been before, and it was so much fun and lots of vintage eye candy, and the prices, for the most... 
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daybed to the rescue.


so many of you have asked about my vintage rattan french daybed, that i just had to share when i saw this beauty online. mine is from elsie green, who has been continuing to find beautiful vintage daybeds abroad, so be sure and check in with her — and it looks like she has one in stock┬áright now! but this is a pretty great substitute for those of you who just can’t... 
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