hello to kip & co. + an upcoming giveaway.
by victoria comment


colorful and modern printed bedding from kip & co. / sfgirlbybay

are you familiar with kip & co.? if not, allow me to introduce you to a beautiful bedding and homewares brand that has been around in Australia for six years, and in the U.S. for about a year now. i love a good mix & match look especially when it’s as unique as this one, and crazy colorful, too. kip & co.’s new fall collection has just launched and it features the most amazing prints and patterns. i always think the best pairings are those you might not expect — stripes paired with florals and velvets with fringe? oh, yes! kip & co. carries everything from duvets, sheets, and throws for grownups and for kids, as well as bath, home and lifestyle goods — like adorable pj’s and travel accessories. to stay inspired by kip & co.’s latest collections, be sure to follow them on instagram.

i’m also really excited to announce we’ll be hosting a huge giveaway with kip & co. this week — check out my instagram for a chance to win $1,000 worth of products from kip & co’s new collection — that’s a whole lotta mix & match, people!

pink and yellow bedding from kip & co. / sfgirlbybay

pink and yellow striped bedding from kip & co. / sfgirlbybay

modern pink printed bedding from kip & co. / sfgirlbybay

modern bedding from kip & co. with tassels and stripes. / sfgirlbybay

colorful and modern printed bedding from kip & co. / sfgirlbybay

modern colorful bathroom linens from kip & co. / sfgirlbybay

modern colorful bathroom linens from kip & co. / sfgirlbybay

modern colorful bathroom linens from kip & co. / sfgirlbybay

modern colorful tabletop and kitchen linens from kip & co. / sfgirlbybay

modern colorful tabletop linens from kip & co. / sfgirlbybay

• This is a sponsored post in product trade with kip & co. and all words and opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that help keep sfgirlbybay going with fresh content every day.

color story: latte.
by Chelsea Jackson comment


warm wood wall paneling and wood furniture. / sfgirlbybay

With Autumn officially here (hooray!) warm, cozy colors have been calling my name like crazy. Muted browns, deep chestnuts, and creamy latte hues are at the top of my love list right now and it’s really not too difficult to see why. Natural, untreated wood throughout the home and neutral, fall-appropriate wardrobe pieces in all different iterations of brown are a sure thing — especially during this time of year.

Are you loving latte shades too?!

xx, chelsea

brown and white polka-dot dress. / sfgirlbybay

dining room area with pops of brown. / sfgirlbybay

clothing and home furnishings in shades of brown. / sfgirlbybay

dried floral arrangement in autumn hues. / sfgirlbybay

clothing and home furnishings in shades of brown. / sfgirlbybay

jesse kamm sailor pant in skin tone; iraca trnk raffia and leather bag; st. agni siena slippers; Ralph Pucci & Kevin Walz chaise; lauren manoogian capote coat; everyday oil; Rafael Moneo pour Hermès chaise oria; ajaiealaie melao see through me dress.

sun room with exposed beamed ceiling. / sfgirlbybay

muted brown jumpsuit. / sfgirlbybay

white curtains and brown furnishings. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring brown clothing and furnishings. / sfgirlbybay

warm brown wall color. / sfgirlbybay

herringbone wood floors in neutral living room. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits in order of appearance: ren london; rouje paris; tintaluhrman; city latte; dara muscat; hoperays; companion goods; shelley down; ye rin mok for apiece apart; madewell x as ever coveralls; worn store; yes style; jean riley; kirill bergart; paloma wool; Unit Editions: Action Time Vision; claes juhlin;

friday finds.
by victoria comment


home office with yellow vintage eames chair, filing cabinet and chippy-paint walls. / sfgirlbybay

welcome to the almost weekend! i’m excited to have relatively zero plans because i’m deep into redesigning my former guest room back into my home office. and boy-oh-boy am i gonna get organized! i’ve been to ikea and picked up all the ‘stuff’ i need for storage. but, i’m sorry, i digress — i got a little overly excited! this week’s friday finds, i’m apparently drawn to somewhat whimsical spaces — rooms with cheerful elements that don’t take themselves too seriously. have a great weekend everyone!
xo, victoria

  1. i love this funky little space — from the fun yellow vintage eames chair, to the filing cabinet and chippy-paint walls.
  2. another vintage chair making this dining space extra charming. those beautiful open-beamed ceilings don’t hurt the look, either.
  3. this is a really pretty light-filled room, but i think it’s that pink tiger-themed pillow in that great rattan chair that’s winning me over. i’m not sure, but it could be gucci.
  4. i once had a diy room divider like this one — i made it with two vintage doors from the salvage yard, a few hinges and some paint. voila!
  5. how do you feel about diy palette furniture? i’ve never made anything, but is an affordable alternative and this loungey sofa looks pretty cute.
  6. if i had the room, i would definitely have a hammock hanging in the living room. it looks so cozy and cute, right? what a swell spot to nap!
  7. as we head into the fall season, this is an inspiring and very cozy look for storing and displaying your extra pillows, throws and blankets via design*sponge.
  8. this is another really sweet built-in dining nook. you can always get a great looking dining space when you add a pair of classic bentwood chairs.

small dining space with vintage chairs. / sfgirlbybay

rattan chair in modern living room. / sfgirlbybay

diy room divider made with vintage doors. / sfgirlbybay

diy palette furnishing. / sfgirlbybay

modern living room with hammock. / sfgirlbybay

bohemian throw pillows piled on top of black chest. / sfgirlbybay

small dining nook with built-in seating. / sfgirlbybay