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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19 posts tagged natural

Illustration by Courtney Brims.

(via insearchofsimplicity)

Spring tea towel and geometric tote - via Bookhou At Home.

After finding LUSH I’ve had an obsession with natural(ly awesome) soaps. I got this delicious smelling soap from Melt when I was in Provincetown recently and I’m thinking that some Rocky Top soaps might be next!

(via ron-ja)

Just gorgeous. Via Pinterest.

Aren’t these River Mirrors amazing?!

Another. Akasaka Shinichiro Atelier in Japan - via here.

Akasaka Shinichiro Atelier in Japan - via here.

Dream home: Syncline House by Arch 11

"This exceptionally designed modern architectural residence sits alongside a mountainous Midwestern terrain. The designing firm, Arch11 was founded in 1993 by James Trewitt and E.J. Meade, and is based in Boulder and Denver Colorado. Arch11 goes beyond seemingly restrictive site parameters to produce the above home on a syncline landscape."

(via optichaus)

Fun asymmetrical table. Via here.

Comfortable Silence by Jory Brigham.

I was sneak attacked by the Central Square Farmers Market today! Didn’t even know it was there! Hi Rise Bakery was there (my favorite) and I had to seriously restrain myself. I told my gluten-intolerant self that I could only get some if they had the cheddar pepper bread… they didn’t. Sadness. BUT I got some pretty heirloom tomatoes, arugula, spinach, blueberries, and cherries to keep me plenty satisfied.

Can’t wait for the Harvard Square farmer’s market to start up again next week!! Via here.

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