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!

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Plow Restaurant, via Dwell.

Snagged this image from Rue La La, actually, but it’s a cute Indian restaurant in Boston that I’ve never heard of - MELA, on Tremont Street in the South End. Might just pay it a visit to see the interior! Such a fun looking space.

It’s my birthday! Yay! Wish I knew where this restaurant was… that’s where I’d celebrate :) Via here.

Here are the latest images of the Jason Volenec-designed restaurant, Tertulia, in which I assisted in the final stages of design. If you’re in NYC check it out! The food is AMAZING.

(via interiordecline)

Market Lane Coffee in Melbourne. Designed by DJL Architects. Via here.

Love the combination of materials and the use of an old sink as a planter at this Parisian cafe. Cafe Coutume by Cut Architectures. Via here.

When I visited NYC this past spring I made a stop at Angelica Kitchen for dinner and was absolutely taken over by their menu and the atmosphere. My friend was unable to meet me for dinner so I sat by myself at their “community table” and had a fabulous experience chatting with regulars and even got the shy woman across from me talking. It was wonderful. I bring this up because I’m heading to NYC tomorrow with my class to see the Alexander McQueen show at the Met, but I’m keeping my fingers VERY tightly crossed that I can make it to Angelica Kitchen for dinner, or lunch, or a snack, before meeting up with the same friend that evening. I picked up Leslie McEachern’s (the owners) book today from the library and, of course, it doesn’t disappoint.

How clever! Cafe Day by Suppose Design.

Story Hotel Kitchen in Stockholm.

Fly Inn Restaurant by dSign Vertti Kivi & Co - more images here.

The Met Hotel in Greece - via here.

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