a stylist’s stylish kitchen.
by victoria comment

6/12/19

rosy's kitchen makeover via domino. / sfgirlbybay

today we’re getting an additional peek into a stylist’s beautiful kitchen makeover featured recently on domino. a friend of mine from san francisco, and so beloved around the bay area and beyond, she just goes by rosy, i asked her if we might share resources and a few more images of her pretty pastel kitchen, photographed so beautifully by seth smoot in collaboration with behr paint for domino. rosy selected the paint colors based around her personal collection of beautiful homewares and ceramics (sources just below) and the outcome is just so soothing but also dramatic — the perfect place to gather and cook your favorite meal. for the full tour, visit domino and be sure to follow rosy on instagram and visit her website for more styling inspiration.

kitchen makeover with behr paint. / sfgirlbybay

resources: behr Marquee® Paint in Nairobi DuskPPU3-10 and Cameo WhiteMQ3-32; art print by annie clark; Annular pendant lamp in nude from finnish design shop; FRAMA LEATHER TOPPED ADAM STOOL from spartan shop; rounded Field cutting board from finnish design shop; short and stout mugs from hawkins new york; vessels from normann copenhagen; Hasami Porcelain Bottle in Natural from need supply; planters from ferm living; Bloomingville Dom rattan chair in naturel from living and co.; fruit bowl from sin

ceramic plate and bowl with brass serving spoon. / sfgirlbybay

pastel pink hanging light. / sfgirlbybay

rosy sf kitchen makeover with behr paint via domino. / sfgirlbybay

flower clippings with pink linen tea towel on marble countertop. / sfgirlbybay

pink behr paint in rosy sf kitchen makeover via domino. / sfgirlbybay

ceramic dishes on marble countertop. / sfgirlbybay

• photography by seth smoot for domino.

getting a bit avant-garde.
by victoria comment

6/12/19

white walls in modern european home with pops of copper. / sfgirlbybay

i’ve noticed a trend of late that decor is veering away from that kind of cool california look with cacti and leather and transitioning into a rather parisian, art deco aesthetic. it’s even getting a little bit avant-garde, with uniquely shaped sofas (like ama modular sofa or the lennon sofa) upholstered in soft pastel velvets. i’m all for it, and love this look when paired with vintage classic pieces like Arne Jacobsen, eames, or Finn Juhl chairs, and killer, one of a kind futuristic looking lighting. you don’t have to go ultra modern, but it’s kind of fun to be a little experimental from time to time and try a whole new vibe.

avant-garde modular sofa. / sfgirlbybay

avant-garde chair in european bedroom. / sfgirlbybay

peachy pink velvet lounge chair. / sfgirlbybay

avant-garde metal screen in modern sitting room. / sfgirlbybay

avant-garde interiors, decor and furniture. / sfgirlbybay

neutral living room with pops of pink. / sfgirlbybay

uniquely shaped pink and cream velvet chair. / sfgirlbybay

modern pair of white armchairs. / sfgirlbybay

curved sofa with tan velvet upholstery. / sfgirlbybay

gray linen custom headboard. / sfgirlbybay

pink avant-garde sofa in whitewashed room. / sfgirlbybay

avant-garde furniture and art. / sfgirlbybay

urban outfitters tab modular chaise lounge. / sfgirlbybay

patina walls with pink velvet sofa. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits in order of appearance: alt; @therow; architectural digest espana; blissful corners; homes to love; lady gaga via @inezandvinoodh; the monsyeurs journal; poster a day; cos; alt; architectural digest france; la mignonette; kronekern; senja cosmetics; artist Cy Twombly; @mija_mija; dezeen; H & M home collection; @legoutdem; @asplundklingstedtinterior; living room ideas; @fodeau; milk decoration; neu.boheme; @bobbyclark____; urban outfitters ama modular sofa; vogue australia.

a seaside home studio.
by victoria comment

6/11/19

dining table and bentwood chairs in home studio of ceramicist Hannah Koppel. / sfgirlbybay

oh, to live by the ocean — sounds dreamy, doesn’t it? and to create beautiful art there, too — yes, please. on her blog the scandinavia standard, Copenhagen-based Creative Director Freya August takes us inside the family home where mid-century Danish designer Henning Koppel once lived, situated on a cliff overlooking the sea, just north of Copenhagen. and now, his talented daughter Hannah Koppel, a ceramicist has made the family home her inspiring working home studio. it’s a home that exudes charm and the creativity of the people who’ve lived there and it’s one that truly tells a long family history. if those beautiful walls (and windows!!) could only talk.

table and chairs in seaside home studio of ceramicist Hannah Koppel. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring interior of ceramicist Hannah Koppel's seaside home studio. / sfgirlbybay

seaside home studio of ceramicist Hannah Koppel. / sfgirlbybay

florals in ceramic vases inside seaside home studio of ceramicist Hannah Koppel. / sfgirlbybay

seaside home studio of ceramicist Hannah Koppel. / sfgirlbybay

bedroom in seaside home studio of ceramicist Hannah Koppel. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring interior of seaside home studio of ceramicist Hannah Koppel. / sfgirlbybay

seaside home studio of ceramicist Hannah Koppel. / sfgirlbybay

sculptures and decor inside seaside home studio of ceramicist Hannah Koppel. / sfgirlbybay

tools hung on wall of seaside home studio of ceramicist Hannah Koppel. / sfgirlbybay

• photography by Freya August for scandinavia standard.