friday finds.
by victoria comment

6/10/22

friday finds / sfgirlbybay

weekend greetings, friends. well, as i write this i’m still lingering over the last of covid, but when this post hits on friday i sure hope i’m testing negative again! i feel pretty good, but very easily fatigued. anyway, it will be one more weekend of rest and reading. i just finished the lincoln highway by amor towles and i have to say i didn’t want it to end. i highly recommend it! i’ve also been binge-watching the staircase on hbo, and holy moly. what a crazy true-crime-based mini-series. have a great weekend filled with whatever you’re reading and watching, or just playing outside — where i long to be soon!

xo, victoria

  1. images from l.a.’s flamingo estate never disappoint, and this one of the living room by photographer @matthieusalvaing shot for @vogueliving is no exception. i love the decor (that chair!), the organic farm, and the whole living concept behind what founder Richard Christiansen does there.
  2. the home of architect Philippe Thelin and decorator Thierry Gonzal is simply stunning. the creative duo’s showroom in lyon, France, Mis’en scène, looks equally inspiring and i’ve added it to my must-visit list. if it’s anything like their museum-esque home i can’t wait to see their one-of-a-kind collections.
  3. like this quirky kitchen as much as i do? well, this could be your lucky day as it’s listed for sale on inigo, along with the entire and very charming U.K. home, of course. i really love that offbeat chartreuse green kitchen cabinetry and the huge bouquet of dried flowers hanging above. lovely ideas abound in this old home.
  4. what is it about laundry lines i find so captivating? i mean it’s kind of rather personal what one chooses to hang out on public display, and in europe it’s often just plain beautiful. take these green trousers — random, i know, but i love this image in Puglia from @emapalmisano. you might like @clotheslinepoetry’s feed if you get excited about clotheslines, too.
  5. i love open kitchen shelving, especially when it tells an interesting story. much like clotheslines, open shelving can tell you a little bit about the owner — their tastes, favorite collectibles, and their personality, and in this case perhaps a very colorful one. it’s the kitchen belonging to Pavillon Southway Studio as visited by @pauline_chardin (i know, i’m a little obsessed with her lately).
  6. this is very pretty open shelving, as well, albeit a little more monochromatic but still very nicely styled. it’s more from Dimora delle Balze, the Hotel resort in Sicily i featured in wear this there recently and i’d really love to see it in person one day.
  7. if you’ve not checked out cassandra lavalle’s website update (formerly coco kelley) as of yet, you’re in for a treat. and this tour of Mallorca townhome is a perfect example of the kind of inspiration you’ll find there. can’t you just picture yourself having a long leisurely luncheon of tapas al fresco here? yeah, me too.
  8. sibella court is another favorite stylist of mine and she’s always bringing us loads of grand inspiration. this virtual visit she took us on to Lotte’s Hjem, a 150-year-old, garden-surrounded weatherboard cottage in Pambula, New South Wales, Australia is a good one — and guess what? we can stay there, too on airbnb.

friday finds / sfgirlbybay

friday finds / sfgirlbybay

friday finds / sfgirlbybay

friday finds / sfgirlbybay

friday finds / sfgirlbybay

friday finds / sfgirlbybay

friday finds / sfgirlbybay

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