One Kings Lane Home Tour

One Kings Lane Home Tour

One Kings Lane Home Tour: Up-and-coming decorator Stacie Flinner’s eclectic San Francisco home Welcome to our home! One Kings Lane’s Style Guide is one of my favorite destinations for design inspiration so it’s very exciting…

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The Royal Hawaiian

The Royal Hawaiian

We all travel to be transported to a different place – but in the case of The Royal Hawaiian – when you walk through their welcoming pink doors, you enter a different time as well.…

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Oscar de la Renta at the de Young

Oscar de la Renta at the de …

I’d been looking forward to visiting the world premiere of the Oscar de la Renta retrospective for months, and finally had a free morning to visit with my friend, Amy, who is a fashion designer…

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Vintage China

Vintage China

I’ve always been drawn to old things – whether it’s an 18th century novel or vintage china – I appreciate when something has stood the test of time. One example is my love of Royal…

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Fruit Tart

Fruit Tart

Whenever I walk into a bakery the fruit tarts are always the first thing to catch my eye. Jewel-like berries sitting on a sweet cream cheese filling, and that flakey crust…le sigh. When we lived…

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Preparing for House Guests

Preparing for House Guests

It’s a dream of mine to run a bed and breakfast, and this past week I got a taste of it as I prepared our apartment for friends visiting San Francisco for their honeymoon. David…

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Springtime Sunday Brunch

Springtime Sunday Brunch

Once we started hosting an annual Easter brunch, this holiday quickly became one of my favorites. What could be better than filling our apartment with friends, family and flowers? This Easter I chose the happiest…

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Hazelnut, Honey, Sage, and Burrata Crostini

Hazelnut, Honey, Sage, and Burrata Crostini

I threw together this combination as an appetizer for our Easter Brunch this year, thought it sounded good and served it without tasting the final product. (Not a hosting best-practice mind you!) I came out…

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Easy Crème Brûlée

Easy Crème Brûlée

This was one of the first “fancy” recipes I mastered post-college, taken from Ina Garten’s Barefoot in Paris cookbook. I’ve made this so many times I’ve memorized the recipe but it never gets old! I…

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The Best Souvenir from Paris

The Best Souvenir from Paris

I love having mementos of my travels around the house, but for some reason David and I struggle to bring souvenirs back from our trips together. Often times we’re on the plane home and realize…

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