friday finds.
by victoria comment

7/14/17

rustic pink walls. / sfgirlbybay

greetings and happy friday, everyone! it’s been a busy week — i was back up in san francisco working on a top secret project that is soon to be launched and i couldn’t be more excited to share it with you. in the meantime, though, i seem to be inspired by images doused in a bit of pale blush pink, and that millennial pink — as someone cleverly has coined — who does start these catchphrases anyway? please do enjoy your weekend, and see ya back here on monday! xo, victoria

  1. cannelle et vanille is a visual storyteller, especially when it comes to food. this workshop location she hosted in portugal looks so dreamy. note to self to check in about her future workshops.
  2. i love the idea of hanging one’s extra special wardrobe pieces out on display and this color palette combination is perfection.
  3. i fell madly in love and swooped up this print from a lucy augé art show at Book/Shop Oakland in 2014, which featured 24 original drawings by the UK-based artist.
  4. this is one very fine and funky bedroom set-up. i can’t say why exactly, but i’m really drawn to the ultra chic print paired with those seventies-vibe wall sconces.
  5. i totally dig this mid-century modern glass pendant lamp from rejuvination — influenced by the emergence of Pop Art wtih pale pink smoked glass, chrome and brass plating.
  6. everything about this chic corner makes my heart sing — it’s just such an unexpected pairing of unique vintage pieces and mismatched prints.
  7. and lastly, i love what designer leanne ford does with interiors and this rustic dining table paired up with those chrome chairs is spot-on stylish!

vintage clothing hanging in hallway. / sfgirlbybay  lucy augé print in pink and black. / sfgirlbybay brass 70's wall sconces in modern bedroom. / sfgirlbybay pendant lamp from rejuvination. / sfgirlbybay inspiring vintage furnishings and decor. / sfgirlbybay natural wood dining table and chrome chairs. / sfgirlbybay

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