friday finds.
by victoria comment

5/7/21

welcome to the weekend! as you read this i am away from home for the very first time in over a year — so liberating! i’m fully vaccinated and while still being very cautious, i’m in san diego celebrating my dear niece’s 30th birthday. i hope you are all beginning to see the light at the end of this horribly long tunnel and starting to live a fuller life again. i’m embracing the lighter side of life on this week’s friday finds and celebrating spaces full of white. have a wonderful weekend, everyone.

xo, victoria

  1. i love this fluffy white shag pillow from erica tanov’s home collections. erica is known for great clothing collections but have you checked out her really well-curated home goods? you will be glad you did.
  2. featured on australian blog extraordinaire the design files is artist and former gallerist Helen Gory’s beautiful art-filled Victorian home in a suburb of Melbourne. i love this simply decorated bedroom with its eclectic design elements — like the uniquely framed art above the bed. lovely.
  3. this is such a unique architectural design element and creates such an unusual focal point. i don’t think i’d have thought of a round, ‘porthole-like cut-out on the inside of a home, but this joshua tree retreat photographed by anna malmberg took some great design chances.
  4. interior designer leanne ford’s little cabin in the big city project will always remain one of my favorite home renovations. and the ‘fireplace within a fireplace’ is most certainly one of the reasons — i’ve never seen such a clever and more modern fireplace treatment and i’ve saved it away for future reference.
  5. i love everything about this pretty entryway space, mostly because it’s been utilized to its full potential. simply by adding built-in bookcases, they’ve put a bare blank wall to work and by adding an old wooden cabinet on the wall they’ve created a really interesting and useful storage piece as a unique focal point.
  6. the jersey ice cream co. team creates some wonderful renovations and this revolution-era hudson valley home is a perfect example. one easy takeaway i loved was the idea of simply hanging a beautiful vintage slip or piece of lingerie to add a real feminity to a rustic bedroom.
  7. this is such a feminine and pretty bedroom dresser vignette from UK-based photographer & digital creator @polly.florence. just by displaying a collection of your favorite books, art, and personal collectibles you can create something uniquely you.
  8. this is such a beautiful and light-filled dining space. i love how they’ve mixed some very rustic pieces with that very modern chair — all made much more special by those incredible white-washed floors. they’ve created a sweet little window sill, as well.

friday finds designing with white / sfgirlbybay

friday finds designing with white / sfgirlbybay

friday finds designing with white / sfgirlbybay

friday finds designing with white / sfgirlbybay

friday finds designing with white / sfgirlbybay

friday finds designing with white / sfgirlbybay

friday finds designing with white / sfgirlbybay

3 responses to “friday finds.”

  1. Beautiful!! I live in north san diego county. The beautiful San Diego Watercolor Society gallery is finally OPENING TODAY for the first time since covid closure!! Beautiful watermedia show>. it’s at historic Liberty Station ( arts district) in Point Loma ( gallery is on Dewey street), a do not miss landmark. The hours are currently limited to 11-3 friday thru sunday. I am thrilled to have been juried into this months show. Enjoy our beautiful San Diego!!

  2. YAY!!!! So So So Happy for you! You Free at last!
    Enjoy Enjoy Enjoy the time with family and to make utmost of every single moment.
    Stay safe!

  3. Enjoy your long overdue family visit!
    I really love #8 — the juxtaposition of the industrial minimal pendant light, modern white plastic chair with the rustic wooden table and stool — swoon. The color and texture of white and wood together is also one of my favorite combinations — never gets old.

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