Friday, March 7

Friends and Neighbors: ATSF.

This is kind of a multiple Friends and Neighbors! Because Anh-Minh is a friend, and she has this great post on Apartment Therapy, who's always been a dear friend to sfgirl, and the post is about Jill Pilotte, of Small Stump - someone I have met and admired for some time now. Ah, the six degrees of separation through the blog world - I just love it. So, anyhow, Ahn-Minh has a great post up of Jill's Pacifica home up on ATSF and you really should go and take the tour. What a great house and a wonderful post, Ahn-Minh!

I love the way Jill painted this whimsical shape around her pretty plate collection!

7 comments:

merideth said...

this is completely unrelated but congrats on your feature in Sunset!! I saw the photo before the text and I yelled out "It's SFgirl!" Bravo you!

em/merideth
(modcottage and house-made)

Moxie said...

I am going to do "the cure" and this is one of the homes I saved as inspiration.

it's lovely!

j said...

it is a lovely, peaceful home. I love that she got her couch to fit two people and two dogs.:)

and so funny, such a coincidence, about the degrees of separation...I saw this tour on apartment therapy, and viewed the rooms and saw that Jill had Camilla's screenprint, Can we dance, the yellow version (and I almost cried because I missed it- that version is sold out, but enough, enough about that, now), and then I went to Camilla's blog, and there again, was a post with her Can we dance screenprint, together with a Keep Calm and Carry On poster in yellow. by Victoria. and now, here I am, and here's Jill's home and...

hope you have a good weekend. :)

small stump said...

what a treat- being on AT and here this week! thanks so much for your kind words. i have been an admirer of yours for quite some time too! i look forward to your photo pairings on the weekends. jill

Marina said...

Interesting the unfinish painting on the wall!
I like it!

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Amy said...

I like the plate collection on the wall! Does anyone know how the plates are hung on the wall?