little sassafras

I'm just your regular undercover cat lady with a deep DEEP love for all things design related, farmer's markets, anything that involves running, kicking a ball, or pedaling real fast, organizing, European adventures with my best friend, cooking, eating (especially chocolate peanut butter ice cream) and being a vegetarian! Saving the world one meal at a time :)

Here you will find a mash up of my favorite things: interiors, architecture, graphic design, photography, nature, art, fashion, food, food, food, bold geometric patterns, natural textures, and maybe a kitty or two (or three).

If you have any questions feel free to shoot me an email. I always link images back to their source, but if you'd like me to take down an image of yours just let me know!

staciela@gmail.com

<3 Stacey

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I love the idea of mixing drapes on a large window. Such a beautiful way to add interest, texture, and pattern to the space.

You know, I never would have thought to mix different cabinet treatments but it totally works here!

A clever way to disguise a built-in shelf and I love the mix of pattern and amber/brown tones!

Cutest little animal figurines!

ooOo so dark and moody!

The color combinations in this photo are really interesting… and I might have a bit of a recent obsession with pigs after signing up for my first marathon - The Flying Pig Marathon on May 6th in Cincinnati!

Best thing to do when you’re sick? Catch up on blogs! Love this one.

Near Aspen, Colorado. Fall 1977. Nick Dewolf photography.

That wall mural and the general moody, earthiness of the space drive me wild!

Funny how I saw this fabric in the latest Living Etc, googled it, and Vogue Australia is also featuring it this month. Well, what can I say, it’s gorgeous and everybody knows it! Malvasia velvet in Melograno, by Rubelli.

(via voguelivingmagazine)

Philip Govedare painting.

(via 1924us)

A bunch of people used this chandelier when I was in school but this is by far my favorite application of it. A subtle way to glam up a large farmhouse table. There chairs here are so appropriate as well.

DIY Dip-dyed drapes!

The angled ceiling, the little window, big window, platform bed, pendant, rug, view… can this be mine?

(via interiordecline)

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