Renegade Craft Fair SF: Vendors I’m Still Shopping From

This is just a spur of the moment post, but I wanted to share a few of the vendors at Renegade Craft Fair San Francisco that I just loved, and whose shops I’m still browsing! Norwegian Wood: A chic shop selling everything from furniture to hanging planters! Madime: This Berkeley artist is all about macrame, and these knotted nests are what got me! Local and Lejos: A shop I’ve adored before, Local & Lejos features work from artisans around the world. Really diggin’ that serape! Sarah Duyer: Sarah Duyer creates playful and geometric ceramic pieces including planters and bowls, and … Continue reading Renegade Craft Fair SF: Vendors I’m Still Shopping From

A Trend: Bunches of Baskets

I’m a sucker for baskets…often my first order of business at a thrift store is to hit the basket section. Usually it’s a dusty pile in the corner, or a random woven duck on a clothing rack nearby, but I love and marvel at each of them and I think back to when I was learning coiled basketry in college. There’s something about an ancient craft that pulls at my heart, and I’m just fascinated by baskets. Or maybe I’m just a hoarder? Anyway, I don’t end up buying any typically because well, in my ever dwindling San Francisco bedroom, … Continue reading A Trend: Bunches of Baskets

Fantastic Bohemian Living Rooms

For the individual who loves a modern space without the rigidity and lack of organic elements that characterize it, bohemian modern is the way to go. Personally I’m an artist of the eclectic variety, so the style appeals to my love of mixed design and I am always delighted to read about bohemian spaces on my ever growing list of interior design blogs. Days ago, I was very inspired by Justina Blakeney’s submission to Loloi Rugs’ styling competition¬†(third image down), and wanted to share a few more photos of beautifully designed bohemian living rooms that I’ve collected recently: The mix … Continue reading Fantastic Bohemian Living Rooms