Interiors I Love: Wayfare Tavern
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Interiors I Love: Wayfare Tavern

As the leaves turn and the temperatures dip, not only do I reach for cable knit sweaters and warm, wooly coats, I also find myself seeking out locations and experiences that echo the feeling of…

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Home Tour – Part 3
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Home Tour – Part 3

Console Table // X-bench – old (similar) // Framed Scarf – old (similar) // Book 1 // Book 2 // Candle // Rug – old (similar) // Catchall I recently discovered that a photo of…

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Interiors I love: Le Coucou

Interiors I love: Le Coucou

David and I were in New York for a wedding in June, and when our plans fell through on the last night of our trip, we jumped at the chance to have dinner at one…

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Home Tour – Part 2

Home Tour – Part 2

Kitchenaid Mixer // Small Baskets // Glass Jars // Marble Pastry Slab // Blue Opaline Glasses // Dutch Oven // Utensil Holder // White Fruit Bowl // Ginger Jars // Dhurrie – old (similar) //…

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Home Tour – Part I

Home Tour – Part I

Lamp (similar) // Chair // Desk (similar) // Garden Stool (similar) // Drapes // Planter and Stand // Design Books // Pencil Cup // Rug // Vase (similar) Come into my office! It’s fun to…

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Interiors I love : The Butcher’s Daughter

Interiors I love : The Butcher’s Daughter

While in Los Angeles last month, David and I met up with friends for lunch at The Butcher’s Daughter in Venice Beach. I was in full vacation mode and with menu in hand I started…

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DIY Gilt Mirror
DIY

DIY Gilt Mirror

A gilt mirror is a decorating staple. Mirrors are perfect for enlarging small spaces by reflecting light and extending your field of vision, and they work well in every style of decor from traditional to…

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SF Decorator Showcase

SF Decorator Showcase

Last week I stopped by the SF Decorator Showcase to soak up some inspiration. This year’s event was held at the beautiful Villa de Martini in Telegraph Hill near Coit tower, which boasts European gardens…

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Interiors I love : Leo’s Oyster Bar

Interiors I love : Leo’s Oyster Bar

If there’s one place in San Francisco that will instantly make me happy as a clam it’s Leo’s Oyster Bar. The cheerful, 1950’s tropical decor feels like you’re walking into a friend’s house party during…

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