my home tour on decor8.
by victoria comment

7/16/19

whitewashed bohemian interior of blogger victoria smith's home. / sfgirlbybay

it’s been a while since i’ve shared what i’ve been up to around the house, decorating-wise but recently holly from decor8 shared a little peek at my abode along with a fun little Q & A. she posted such a kind and generous post about my home so i thought i’d share a little bit with you here, and provide resources for my latest finds as well. i share a lot on instagram and often get questions as to where i’ve sourced my furniture, art and accessories and while much of it is vintage, here’s where to find a few of my favorite pieces (if i’ve missed something you’re curious about, just comment below). thank you again to holly for the beautiful post — for the full tour and interview, pop on over to decor8.

resources: marble topped saarinen dining table by knoll is from yliving; white knoll swivel chairs and thonet dining chairs are vintage from craigslist; round rattan dandelion area rug from armadillo & co.; george nelson pear-shaped bubble lamp from design within reach; white slip-covered del mar sectional sofa from canvas interiors; vintage church pendant lamp from chairish; saarinen by knoll coffee table from yliving; leather Moroccan poufs from serena & lily and etsy; the artwork mostly vintage and bikini black and white print from dorothy shain.

whitewashed living room with art gallery wall and built-in bookshelves. / sfgirlbybay

vintage modern interior of blogger victoria smith's home via decor8. / sfgirlbybay

entry piece vintage wallpapering table from anthropologie; vintage rosary beads from super marché and elsie green; black leather smith lounge chair from barnaby lane; vintage daybed from super marché and elsie green; gold mirror and wall sconces are vintage flea market finds; vintage glass cloches from etsy.

white built-in bookshelves in blogger victoria smith's home. / sfgirlbybay

decor8 home tour of blogger victoria smith's echo park home. / sfgirlbybay

resources: vintage bamboo lamp from etsy; pink hydrangea print from lucy augé; navy pillows from kerry casill; yellow velvet pillow from le monde Sauvage; white linen pillows from elsie green; new kitchen shelving was custom built and most kitchenware is mostly vintage from etsy, super marché and flea markets; wicker glasses set is from jenni kayne; vintage bamboo wine rack from etsy; vintage champagne bucket from super marché; black champagne bucket from tina frey designs.

vintage vessels on open white shelves. / sfgirlbybay

white kitchen cabinets and rattan wine rack. / sfgirlbybay

whitewashed bedroom with vintage sideboard and church pendant light. / sfgirlbybay

resources: white linen bedding from bella notte linens; crochet vintage throw from super marché; gray linen draperies by barn & willow; Case Study Bentwood Bed with Cane Headboard from modernica; vintage mid-century dresser from chairish; vintage church pendant lamp from chairish; bruer chaise lounge refurbished in black leather by jason koharik; mid-century modern bench i designed with the inside; oversized laure joliet todos print; small Godet Table Light from gantri; artwork: 34c print from permanent press editions, a vincent arcilesi lithograph i got at art basel, and rikkianne van kirk’s hold print.

at home with blogger victoria smith of sfgirlbybay via decor8. / sfgirlbybay

black and white bedroom with vintage furnishings. / sfgirlbybay

• all photography by victoria smith for sfgirlbybay.

20 responses to “my home tour on decor8.”

  1. Gorgeous! May I ask if the Smith leather sling chair is comfortable? I’ve been admiring it for ages but I don’t know if it’s more for looks than for everyday use. Thanks!

  2. your home is so beautiful and reflects a real person who lives well in their space. I also love how it has evolved over time–your energy comes through and shows how you look at things and how this can change in an organic and thoughtful way. Rather than cookie cutter beigeness that seems to pass for interior design these days your aesthetic is so refreshing.

  3. your home is so beautiful and reflects a real person who lives well in their space. I also love how it has evolved over time–your energy comes through and shows how you look at things and how this can change in an organic and thoughtful way. Rather than cookie cutter beigeness that seems to pass for interior design these days your aesthetic is so refreshing.

    PS–Keep painting–I love the paintings in your kitchen!

  4. Gorgeous. Wow, I remembered when you first bought this house and what a huge step it was. It is simply beautiful and so “you”.

  5. Oh, Victoria! You have such wonderful style! I love seeing photos of your home! I bought a cute little townhouse last Fall and it’s been slow going to decorate but your posts always inspire me!

  6. Hi again Victoria!
    Is the sectional from Canvas Furniture super comfy? I have a small space but I think it will fit… I’m Having a difficult time deciding. … I love the cosy look of sectionals but I also love separate sofas. Can you share with me what you think are the pros and cons of a sectional?

    Thanks!
    Lisa

    • Hi Lisa, Yes, it’s super comfortable, but not ‘squishy soft’. It’s more firm but I like that about it because it doesn’t lose its shape and is still cozy. I have a lot of people sleepover on it when they’re visiting too. And the slipcovers are really easy to wash. I love it!

  7. What a home!!! Absolutely beautiful with the most style and character. Yes to what everyone else has said. I wanted to ask where you got the sofa that is featured in the office. Thanks

  8. Thanks much Victoria. I’m measuring my space now- I appreciate your description because I too will have overnight guests. I like firm and comfy! Hurrah!

  9. i never tire of looking at your apartment! what size frame did you order for the laurie joliet todos print? and from where? it’s too large for framebridge sadly…thank you in advance x

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