best of: easy elegance.
by victoria comment


curated collection inspiration. / sfgirlbybay

i love a room that’s elegant, but really laid back and easy on the eyes. a kind of uncluttered elegance that’s been paired down and really well-edited. i need to edit more i think, but it’s hard for me since i’m constantly collecting when visiting my favorite local flea markets. but it’s also almost as much fun going and not shopping — just people watching and gathering all that glorious inspiration around me. but now, with my online shop, super marché, it’s also become part of my job — even if it’s too much fun to ever feel like one. i’m pleasantly surprised that so much has sold out from the shop so quickly, so i’m headed back to france this week to bring back for more vintage treasure. i’ll be on the hunt for uniquely beautiful pieces that create the kind of ambiance you see in these rooms, but if there’s anything you’d like me to keep an eye for, please do let me know!

simple elegant home decor. / sfgirlbybaysimple and elegant home decor. / sfgirlbybay elegant entryway inspiration. / sfgirlbybay natural palm leaf. / sfgirlbybay natural home decor elements. / sfgirlbybay globe light and palms. / sfgirlbybay woven lampshades in dining banquette. / sfgirlbybay white walls and simple, elegant home furnishings. / sfgirlbybay simple vase and flower. / sfgirlbybay simple decor with white walls. / sfgirlbybay dining room with shiplap walls and industrial pendant lamp. / sfgirlbybaywoven modern chair with throw. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits in order of appearance: house and leisure; Line Klein studio; @saarmanche; architectural digest espana; LRNCE via miss moss; d. larsson interior; @iwonaludyga; @apieceapart; tres bon hangout; dcw editions; @misterjessejames; @valkommen_nr; elle decoration; randomitus; bemz slipcovers; @wolf_circus; remodelista; elsk interior styling; loft kolasinski; @amy_merrick; bursts of samm; nicole franzen photography; renée kemps photography.

3 responses to “best of: easy elegance.”

  1. Great pics, Does anybody know what that plant in picture 1 is? I haven’t seen it since my childhood and it brings back so many memories… thank you

  2. Especially love all the chairs! I’m visiting Paris late next week through Thanksgiving and wondering if you could recommend your favorite flea market to check out?
    Thank you!

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