Friday, June 07, 2013
Happy weekend! Hope it's a lovely one. It'll be a busy one here, but there'll be a bit of downtime too — a bit of reading and a movie or two for sure. How about you?
(photo via eilersen)
After years of collecting mid century furniture in their apartments in Chicago and New York, a career opportunity in California led to the search for a home to set down roots and showcase their gorgeous collections. Graphic designer Mark Neely and gastroenterologist Paul Kefalides were lucky enough to find a relatively untouched Eichler in San Rafael, California — one that had had only two owners since its construction in 1966; both were architects who had made the home’s conservation a priority. Must have been fate. Read more about their stunning home in Dwell here.
(photography by drew kelly)
Love this — glam resort style from 1974. Definitely inspiring me to aspire to something a little more ambitious than tees and such this summer.
(photo of heloise for harper’s bazaar, june 1974. via pinterest)