Tagged: minimal

Shop Talk: Baba Souk

I’m not going to lie…I was thrilled to see an email notification that the Baba Souk shop opened. Baba Souk’s pinterest is one of my fave follows because the pins are always fresh, minimal and inspiring [the trifecta in my book]. Now they have a facebook so make sure you like their page. I fell in love with everything in the shop. Oh and did I mention that they wrap all of their items for FREE! Their motto: “Even if it is not a gift, it is still a gift for you!” That certainly makes life easier during the holiday. Check out my top 5 favorite handmade items.

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one: I’m loving these Scandinavian Christmas Postcards – perfect to wish your family and friends a happy holiday season!

two: Six Mini Pastel plates will dazzle your table and since they are handmade they are one of a kind.

three: Hand-printed, graphic, and inspiring? Yes please!

four: I love the triangular shape of the Ladybug baba pillow – plus each side is unique [and colorful].

five: I think I drooled a little when I saw the Gold & Cube Necklace. The presentation is stunning and I love the extra touch of the washi tape. The minimalist nature of the Baba Souk jewelry is something that I appreciate and love.

What do you think of the Baba Souk shop?

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Architecture Lust: Frederic Berthier

Some of my friends think I’m crazy for the type of architecture and interiors that I love.  I am completely lusting after this apartment by Frederic Berthier Architecture. From the gorgeous herringbone floors to the natural wood beams and cool black and white contrasted items – can I have it all please? Oh and guess where it is Paris baby, yes Paris! I desperately wish I could live in this chic apartment.

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How it is that even a cup of pencils can look breath-taking? Oh, and can we just talk about that fireplace? That’s the sexiest fireplace I have even seen! Bravo Frederic, bravo!