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To Market, To Market

Lulu DK Fabric

On a grey February day, stopping by Design San Francisco was as invigorating as a scoop of lemon sorbet. Which, by the way, is also the name of Benjamin Moore’s Color of the Year. Benjamin Moore’s Mary Hoffman shared the news about “emerging pastels” and the “softening of the palette”  at the beginning of this three [...]

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Swinging From The Trees

Quilting in the Garden 2012

At the annual Quilting in the Garden quilt show held at Alden Lane Nursery in Livermore this past weekend, quilts hung from beautiful old oaks like a dapper giant’s freshly hung laundry. Each year the show features a professional quilter and this year’s quilting queen was Judy Mathieson, master of the Mariner’s Compass. Her exquisitely pieced quilts were [...]

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September Blues

Jane Churchill 2012

Though this was supposed to be Tangerine’s year, the Blues Brothers (and their sisters Azure, Turquoise and Indigo) rule!  According to San Francisco seamstress Laurel Sprigg, blue is the color she’s stitching up most often for the interior designs of her fashionable clients. She attributes the ongoing interest in heavenly hues and patterns–like this new [...]

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Kathryn Pritchett

writes about Things Elemental — where we find shelter, why we connect, what sustains us and how we strut our stuff.

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    • It's been two and a half years since we stripped off the faux-gothic metalwork that had been added to the front door of this contemporary house, including the custom hand wrought "speakeasy" grill. Since there was no way to undo the hole in the door, we covered it with a modern grill featuring a grid pattern based on the house's floor plan. Thanks to MJ for the concept, @lorialice2 for the design and metal artist Leah Aripotch (@leaharipotch) for the expert fabrication. MJ painted screws to match with some of my favorite nail polish (my contribution to the whole project) and installed it this afternoon. Love how it turned out!