above: Make Me Dream of You, gouache & vinyl on paper

above: Succulent

above: Cherry Blossom, acrylic, gouache, pen & vinyl on canvas

above: Love me two times 3, 2011, gouache, ink, pen and vinyl on paper

via Design Sponge sneak peak



above: clubmoderne

above: momsvintagetreasures

above: fqmercantile

above: dailymemorandum

above: dirtybirdiesvintage

above: foundvintagestyle

above: dailymemorandum

above: owlcreekvintage

The home of Maurizio Zucchi via Ideat Magazine (June 20011) via iiiinspired via Miss Moss.

image via The Sartorialist

I’ve been obsessing over this outfit ever since I saw it on the Sartorialist.  Here are some ways to recreate this outfit.

above: Vince tee from Shopbop

above: Vince top from Bergdorf Goodman

above: Michael Stars top from Revolve Clothing

above: C&C California top

above: Vince sweater skirt from Bloomingdales

above: Pure and Simple skirt from Zappos

Splendid skirt from Shopbop

images via Ssense

Added four vintage casters on a piece of wood for our baby rubber plant to follow the sunlight throughout the day.

wood stump from alpinegirl on Etsy

casters from anythinggoeshere on Etsy

Looking out from our bedroom to the hallway.  Used frame from Craigslist.

Looking from the kitchen towards the hallway.

A simple white 4′ x 3′ metal frame kit for just under $70 from American Frame (with free shipping).  I already had the plexiglass, foam core and wire hanging kit.

A new plant from Cattails, a flower shop in Wicker Park.  From what I read online, this one might be a hybrid and may not grow as large.  They also have the fiddle leaf fig, string of pearls and staghorn fern, which I was tempted to buy.

We didn’t find the McCobb chairs that we were looking for but I came home with a vintage top, a small mirror and an expandable ruler from the Vintage Bazaar in Pilsen.  The space was tight in the booths and we didn’t have our wide angle lens so all the picture look like close ups.  Last three images were taken at Architectural Anarchy.