friday finds ~ volume 18.
as per usual, my friday finds are all over the eclectic map this week. here's hoping you find something that piques your curiosity.
greetings from a much less soggy friday in california. it’s finally stopped raining for the moment, and my pup frances and i are grateful. we might actually be able to find a flea market open this weekend, which, when it’s sunny and dry, is my usual pastime. as i mentioned above, i’m all over the place with this friday’s find and i do hope you’ll find something of interest. on a side note, if you haven’t watched gaslit about the watergate scandal, i highly recommend it. it was both laugh-out-loud funny and educational, too! have a wonderful weekend, one and all. x, v.
from one of my favorite blogs, friends of friends, comes this apartment tour in berlin. i think i’m mostly drawn to the muted but bold color palette of berlin-based architect etienne descloux’s home, who still draws all of his architectural plans by hand. if you’ve never seen original blueprints, they are a thing of beauty, and each architect’s penmanship has a kind of signature look, if you will. drawing those was my favorite part of design school. anyway, i digress — visit the full tour on friends of friends.
i’m really liking the multi-purpose use of this vintage locker. it’s functioning as both a mini bar atop and within a media storage cabinet, hiding all those unsightly dvd players, boxes, and horrid cables — apparently, interior designer david lucido hates those as much as i do, so he created this unique nook to hide them away and serve up an evening cocktail while you’re at it. bravo, david.