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Scenes From The Week

April 29, 2017

This week has been an action packed one, which honestly I love. I do not do well sitting around twiddling my thumbs.  Luckily, before the work week kicked off, the Mr. and I took advantage of the nice weather to explore a bit in our neighborhood, the Mission District in San Francisco. I love that we are constantly discovering new little places to try and streets we hadn’t wandered down {only to be lined with colorful homes and trees}, as seen here.  New lighting, new projects, new coats of paint {I just started a little home project, which once again proved the power of paint is real}, I’m loving anything new and different this week. What was not new was an open house we decided to pop into that made us feel as if we had stepped onto a movie set — a perfectly pristine 1950’s home. The homeowners remodeled it back then and left it just as it was until putting it on the market. I just regret not snapping a shot of the kitchen – I’ll prob go back this weekend to take another peek.  No, I am not looking for a new home, but it was so pretty fun to check out.

As always, here are the scenes from the week!

{ Checking out the new Media Noche, a Cuban restaurant – the interior, as shown above, matches the adorable mural on the exterior. }

{ The perfect light for a bachelor pad’s master bedroom was installed and is a stunner. }


{ Blossoms, stripes, and loads of pink.} 

{ Weekend vibes at the new Garden Creamery. The Mr. decided to eat the other half of mine, and while doing so, a child walked by whose eyes almost fell out of his head — the Mr. simply said, “Adulting” and smiled while holding two ice cream cones. }

{ because you want to see more when you spot hexagon tile – the interior of the Garden Creamery which,  to my happy surprise, has a lot of sorbet flavors.}

{ On a pink kick at Reformation – I’ll take one of everything, including the squiggly plant.}

{ An “atomic” home that has been untouched since 1950 is for sale in SF, an open house to remember. }

I hope you have a lovely, manicured weekend.

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