friday finds.
by victoria comment


funky dining space. / sfgirlbybay

i’m beginning to sound like a broken record, but i think we all know it’s yet again been a very difficult week — this time for the many people affected by hurricane harvey. on instagram, i posted a few charities you might consider donating to if you’re able — even underwear is needed. and NPR has a very valuable list on how you can help as well. texas deserves our compassion and empathy right now so anything you can do, even just spreading the word on how to help may be of some comfort to them. in the meantime, it’s the long weekend and we’ll be off this monday and see you back on tuesday. here’s some pretty friday finds until then. stay safe everyone. xo, victoria

  1. this is one very fun and funky kitchen dining space, is it not? there’s quite a lot going on but i love it nonetheless.
  2. rip & tan has a lovely feature on mount washington ceramicist beth katz, and this lovely collection of ceramics is just the tip of all the loveliness.
  3. how about just one giant cactus in your living room? i’d be down with that if i wouldn’t bump into it in the middle of the night, cuz it looks fab!
  4. i seem to be having a love affair with vintage barkcloth right now and this is a really pretty one.
  5. i have a lot of banana palms around my yard and i love the look of clipping just a couple and putting them on display.
  6. i’m very excited to be heading to copenhagen in october for the first time, and haarkon has a great feature, 72 hours in copenhagen so i’m soaking it up!
  7. this is just the prettiest cactus garden captured by photographer jen huang and all so drought tolerant, too.
  8. another idea instead of flowers — just a few monstera leaves look beautiful in a simple glass vase.

ceramics by beth katz via rip & tan. / sfgirlbybayoversized potted cacti in living room. / sfgirlbybayvintage floral barkcloth. / sfgirlbybaygiant banana palms in vase on dresser. / sfgirlbybayhotel accommodation via 72 hours in copenhagen guide. / sfgirlbybaycalifornia landscape with cacti and succulents. / sfgirlbybaymonstera leaves in a vase. / sfgirlbybay

3 responses to “friday finds.”

  1. that fabulous house, #7, is in San Juan Capistrano, on Los Rios Street in the Historic Dist. west of the train station, just another great thing to make that a destination village when you need a day trip but not too far away.

  2. That first picture…. I have become obsessed with the combination of turquoise, lime, and white. Anytime, anywhere….it’s just so fresh and sunny and clean. And barkcloth is a discussion for an entire afternoon…with mojitos!

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