friday finds.
by victoria comment


modern rattan chair with pink seat cushion. / sfgirlbybay

friday greetings, y’all. i’m sooo ready for this weekend, how about you? i’m also in a major spring cleaning mood and trying to simplify around the house, so stay tuned for a rather large yard sale coming your way in the very near future. whatever i don’t donate i’m going to be passing along at a good price. i’ll let you know when! in the meantime, here’s some eclectic inspiration for you. have a great weekend, everyone!

xo, victoria

  1. i love this room and i so admire the work of its owner — italian Interior architect, designer and collector giacomo totti. his signature look is eclectic, bohemian and quite beautiful.
  2. this is such a wonderful vintage modern mix. i love the pop art paired with the vintage furnishing and especially that lovely old radiator — it may be in slight decay but it just adds charm.
  3. these two photos have such great effortless style — wonderful collectibles with loads of layers — on the left is “London Leisure Palace of Design Phenom Luke Edward Hall” featured in GQ and on the right, lucinda chamber’s delightful capture of print and pattern.
  4. have you checked out openhouse magazine yet? it’s an inspiring print magazine and guide to creative people around the world who open their homes and private spaces to us so that we can share cultural activities and experience life together. this is from the recent feature on amsterdam based photographer Mirjam Bleeker and stylist Frank Visser. you can subscribe here.
  5. i love the ceramic work of artist leah goren and i especially love her nude dishes, but be sure and take a look at all her work, from colorful textiles to prints. you can follow her latest creations on instagram, too.
  6. india hobson’s instagram feed is a visual delight and this image with its lovely shadows and light really caught my eye. her entire instagram feed is ‘color coordinated’ and a beautiful and inspiring thing to take your time with.
  7. this kitchen is a long-time favorite of mine. from the tall glass doors to the arched tiled ceiling to the beautiful clay tile floor i just love everything about it. it’s light, airy and looks to me like the ideal place to cook for family & friends.
  8. did you know the scrunchie has made a comeback? thanks to designer Line Sander Johansen of comfort objects — she’s taken abandoned and luxurious vintage textiles like Chanel scarves and reimagined them as scrunchies, and now petit tote bags, too.

vintage modern mix of home decor. / sfgirlbybay

bedside vignette of accessories and inspiring print and pattern layering. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring interior featured in openhouse magazine via photographer Mirjam Bleeker and stylist Frank Visser. / sfgirlbybay

colorful and whimsical ceramic work of artist leah goren. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring photograph via india hobson's instagram feed. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring kitchen design with arched tiled ceiling to the beautiful clay tile floor. / sfgirlbybay

luxurious vintage textiles via comfort objects. / sfgirlbybay

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