Francesca recently discovered Cuyana, a fashion company out of SF espousing the Lean Closet Movement. "Collect fewer, better things and donate the pieces in your wardrobe to those who need them." Shown above: Cuyana's Perfect Leather Tote, photo via Ann Street Studio.
Above: This elegant Walk-In Closet from Hosun Ching opens out into a mini-fitting room, complete with mirrors. Sold.
Julie's taking a look at Sofie D'Hoore's spring 2014 collection.
Built from plywood and fiberglass, Czech firm Mjölk Architekti's garden library is the ideal place to read in silence, via Architizer.
Finding a better way to vacuum thanks to Real Simple.
Over on Gardenista, Michelle and Erin discovered the world's prettiest plant stands from Ferm Living.
New Year's resolution: environmental responsibility at home, starting with these ideas for a green home remodel from Sunset Magazine.
Is Bouli Bar (from the team at Boulette's Larder) San Francisco's most serene, pared-down restaurant? Julie's voting yes after eating there last week. Interiors by Kallos Turin.
Liking this roundup of 10 lasting kitchen trends—from open shelving to brass and Ikea done well—from Centsational Girl.
Margot is intrigued by Bon Appetit's Food Lover's Cleanse and is thinking of jumping in.
Pantone's color of 2014, radiant orchid, is a bold color choice; Country Living shares tips on how to integrate it at home.