friday finds.
by victoria comment

4/12/19

home of gallerist Maria Foerlev of Etage Projects via alt. / sfgirlbybay

hurrah, this weekend couldn’t have come any quicker! can you say ‘taxes’? ugh! anyway, we’ve made it and it’s the this weekend so it’s probably a grand time to go out and do some vintage treasure hunting if you’re in need of some new ‘old’ decor. i hope you’ve got some fun plans on your own agenda! see ya monday!

xo, victoria

  1. “A home doesn’t matter if it doesn’t contain love and humor” — i’m with her. gallerist of Etage Projects, in Copenhagen that’s who. her lovely home is the epitome of charm and wit — essential elements of a real home. to see more, visit .
  2. i just adore this sweet glassware collection from Danish Designer . they’re so sweet they almost look edible, like oversized easter jellybeans. we can all love them (but just don’t eat them)!
  3. i love everything about this beautiful, moody but very colorful image from , former British Vogue fashion director. her entire is most inspiring — do have a peek. i so admire her very eclectic sense of style.
  4. hurrah! has a new pillow collection out, and i’m loving this inspired by antique French grain sack linens, printed in their beloved and very sunny desert palette.
  5. i don’t know about you, but i could just ogle over designer fashions forever. colorful, flirty and feminine i’d love to wear everything in her collection. and bravo! a designer who believes in sleeves! some of us just don’t really love our arms as much as we should.
  6. and speaking of , i can’t stop dreaming about . is it not just the perfect summer accessory with all the brilliant golden tones you could want for warmer days? yes, i do believe it is.
  7. have y’all seen textile artist and designer making her way around the internet? this embroidered art piece of hers is called — francesca calls herself a vintage postcard storyteller — she takes ephemera and gives it whole new beautiful life with her unique embroidery. shop for her bespoke pieces .
  8. feed is given me wanderlust again and this time it’s for a trip to Marrakech. doesn’t this look like a lovely spot to sip some sweet Moroccan Mint Tea?

glassware collection from Danish Designer helle mardahl. / sfgirlbybay

colorful-blocked interior photographed by @lucindachambers, former British Vogue fashion director.

canvas pillows from blockshop textiles. / sfgirlbybay

feminine fashions by ulla johnson. / sfgirlbybay

ulla johnson beaded bag. / sfgirlbybay

art by textile artist and designer francesca colussi cramer. / sfgirlbybay

morocca travel photo via @un_fold_ed on . / sfgirlbybay

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