the slope of things to come.
by victoria comment

4/16/15

the slope of things to come / sfgirlbybay

carol before and after.

or, should i say, beam me up? i couldn’t decide what to call this post. but the new home i’m in escrow on has white sloped, open beamed ceilings, so i’ve been seeking out inspiration with this a-frame type of architecture. i love the way these look, sorta rustic, but mid-century modern all at the same time, and it’s a big reason i was drawn to this house. i feel like they lend themselves to a lot of different looks, decor-wise, and i’m dreaming of a clean white space with splashes of colorful rugs and textiles. simple, airy and light but welcoming and cosy. these pretty spaces are the kind of look i’m leaning towards.

the slope of things to come / sfgirlbybay

jessica comingore (above + below).

the slope of things to come / sfgirlbybay

the slope of things to come / sfgirlbybay

danielle de lange’s home from the style files, photographed by┬áPaulina Arcklin.

the slope of things to come / sfgirlbybay

airbnb.

the slope of things to come / sfgirlbybay

domino magazine (above + below).

the slope of things to come / sfgirlbybay

the slope of things to come / sfgirlbybay

non-perishable goods.

the slope of things to come / sfgirlbybay

baobab interiors.

the slope of things to come / sfgirlbybay

hus & hem.

the slope of things to come / sfgirlbybay

planet deco.

13 responses to “the slope of things to come.”

  1. Wow, looking at these photos was perfect timing! I just listed a wall hanging in my shop that is very similar to the one in the domino magazine photo. I have been trying to find something similar for reference. Looks like this one was made by the same person. I’ll have to look into it to see if the owner knows anything about it. Congratulations on the home!

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