Thursday, October 5

Some San Francisco Eye Candy.

Last night I had the lovely pleasure of dining with some good friends in the awesome apartment and company of designer Lisa Coris. I shared with you last week her cool online garage sale, but this was my first visit to her apartment. I am so in love with the amazing vintage modern collection she has going on and the way it is all so pulled together in lovely vignettes. You'll see what I mean.



And her artwork is fabulous! Some are her own paintings and some she has either bought (at thrift stores and flea markets), or she has bartered in trade for her handmade jewelry. All of it is great to look at so I wanted to share. I think you'll get as inspired as I did. Take a look around.











4 comments:

Funky Finds said...

i want that orange (or red?) lamp!

sfgirlbybay said...

Isn't it great? Alameda Flea Market. Lisa has an excellent eye!

cazzer65 said...

I love the white frames on the dark wood. It has given me a solution to lighten up my Craftsman home and use my modern art without painting over the wood (which, honestly I was on the verge of doing, and I would have sent the historic preservationists in my neighborhood crazy). Thanks for your great blog and congrats on the weekly column. I love your blog!
Have a good weekend from an ex Bay Area flea market junkie who's now living in San Diego.

sfgirlbybay said...

Oh, I'm glad you were able to glean some ideas from Lisa's place - it's amazing. And the white frames against the dark wood look even better in person, so I hope it works for you too!

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