posted on: Friday, August 1, 2014

I'm trying my damndest to make this beige rental feel like home. Hanging art always seems to help. But seriously, what I wouldn't give for white walls.

art - top to bottom 
Katie Vernon Healing Wreath - Fertility : Leroy Jessop : copper tray : Leroy Jessop 
Turkish Farmer 1 : Wendell Berry poem & woodcut by Wesley Bates : photo of Mono Lake : Turkish Farmer 2 : Leroy Jessop 

yurt living

posted on: Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Four years ago my girlfriends and I road tripped thru California, Oregon, and Washington. One of the most memorable spots we camped was on Lopez Island. There were yurts, a bathhouse, a treehouse. It was almost too much to take in. Pure magic.


posted on: Thursday, July 24, 2014

The homes I love have a soul. They are filled with hand-me-down furniture, thrifted pieces, a few diy's, as well as some new pieces. There is art that speaks to the owner, tattered books, and photos of family. You might find trinkets from travels and found items from the curb or trail. One thing is for sure - everything is deliberate, everything is well-loved. 

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