sneak peek: eunice of hello!lucky


today we have a special double feature sneak peek with the dynamic duo behind Hello!Lucky. in 2003 sisters eunice and sabrina moyle merged their strengths (eunice as creative director/girl genius and sabrina as ceo/grand poobah) and co-found the san francisco (and london) based letterpress studio Hello!Lucky to showcase their custom invitations and greeting cards. as the company has grown, Hello!Lucky has also also extended their reach through collaborations with kate’s papetrie, anthropologie, chronicle books and their latest project, julia rothman for Hello!Lucky. click here for additional, full sized images of eunice’s home, and stay tuned at 1pm for sneak peek number two with sabrina. [thanks, ladies! and special thanks to their intrepid graphic designer anna hurley for the photos]anne

[above: A detail of my bedroom – the bed was found at a garage sale, the embroidered silk cushion is from Nest on Fillmore Street in San Francisco, the quilt was made for Daniel by his mother (on the underside are all a collections of patches collected from visits to Legoland, the Kennedy Space Center and the like from when he was little), an old side table dressed up with a fancy pull from Anthropologie, and a mercury glass lamp found at a flea market with a shade from Anthropologie. The walls are painted a very pale lavender (much to the boyfriend’s dismay, although he now admits that everyone looks fabulous and creamy-skinned in a pale lavender room).]

[Custom bookshelves made for us by Because We Can. The design was inspired by the mural in the hallway and includes a built-in desk – even the holes for cords are flower shaped! ]

[A few tchotckes. . . The bathroom, with classic Art Deco tiling. ]

[My bicycle – I love the bicycle culture in Amsterdam and Copenhagen, and this one reminds me of a classic Dutch bike. I take it to work most days. The Keep Calm and Carry On poster is the first thing you see when you walk in the front door – both my boyfriend, Daniel, and I have small businesses, so this is an excellent mantra to keep in mind! . . . The view of my hallway. Deer antlers found at the Alameda Flea Market embellished with a crepe paper flower I made somewhere along the way.]

[My kitchen. Chairs and table are from the flea market and the watercolors on the wall are painted by Daniel’s mom – she sends him one every year for his birthday. . . The hallway mural – this was inspired by traditional Swedish ‘Kurbits’ folk art handpainting – with a few tongue-in-cheek elements such as the squirrels over the door facing the park I take my dogs to. ]

  1. Glad to see someone else loves antlers above the door!We use them quite alot for accent pieces too,and in our New Mexico getaway,we use them above our living room windows with deer hides draped between,looks interesting,fitting for our mountain location.

  2. angie says:

    What a delightful home! Light lavendar huh? I can see how it would really set off your cream pieces. Thanks for sharing and you create lovely work!

  3. sarah says:

    gorgeous! love the hallway mural and the bright color pops against the soft airy neutrals. very inspiring home!

  4. trixxie says:

    The green/lilac tiling in the bathroom is amazing!

  5. Love the soft blues used in the hallway and bolder for the kitchen trim!

  6. elissa says:

    Beautiful! I love the colors. They work so well with the vintage details. I’d kill for a bathroom of kitchen like that!

  7. krista says:

    yay – finally some walls with color! all the white walls pitured in other posts were becoming quite tiresome. the colors in this home are beautiful. thanks for sharing.

  8. puglyfeet says:

    Gawd… her home is delightful!

  9. sarah says:

    Eunice, your home is so inspiring – just like you. :) Your hallway mural turned out so lovely, I love that squirrel!

  10. Laura says:

    Your kitchen and hallway mural are INSPIRATIONAL. Love it!!!!

  11. Marjorie McDonald says:

    I love the lattice work in the bookcase! Perfectly compliments the home decor. Light, airy, and fun!

  12. Elizabeth says:

    Love the yellow print on the pale blue wall and the mural in the hallway – that’s fantastic!

  13. Erin Gallagher says:

    What a stunning home: so vibrant yet feminine. I can’t believe I have the EXACT same pearl and emerald ring from my mother! I absolutely covet those bookcases.

  14. julia says:

    Such pretty color bursts everywhere and so many unique little details!

  15. That is, by far, the coolest bathroom I have ever seen.

    When I see photos like this, I have to hope that the homeowner did a mad dash scramble to clean before the pictures were taken and that their home is not this perfect all the time!

  16. Love that blue and red wallpaper. Cool color combination!

  17. Summer says:

    Oh, I love the colors so much! Blue and yellow is one of my favorite color combinations.

  18. Leah says:

    Where did those fantastic oval and round frames come from? I have been looking for similar ones for a while. Thanks for sharing this beautiful home.

  19. Rebecca says:

    Love the vibrant colors. Where did you find that Keep Calm and Carry On poster? I need that mantra.

  20. ellen says:

    wow, what an amazingly beautiful home! i love it!

  21. design snob says:

    There is something about the Jonathan Adler Chair that I think is divine. It’s really hard to go wrong with the sea green paint color in the first photo.

  22. annechovie says:

    Love this home, esp. the lavender/green bathroom!

  23. eunice says:

    I honestly can’t remember where I found the larger oval frame, but the smaller ones are actually from Ikea – just spray painted black (I think they were originally gold) – I’m a big fan of spray painting and painting furniture and frames that have good bones but not-so-pretty finishes – most of my furniture came to me in ramshackle states (my boyfriend has standard boy mentality – “if it functions, what’s wrong with it?? I like that raggedy burnt orange velvet chair! He was even traumatized when I made him get rid of a, admittedly comfy, armchair that was literally spewing stuffing all over the living room floor!) so I’m a huge fan of creative refinishing!

  24. eunice says:

    The Keep Calm and Carry On poster can be had on Etsy (I’m an Etsy junkie!) here:

  25. eunice says:

    The Keep Calm and Carry On poster is from Etsy (I’m an Etsy junkie!) and can be found here:

  26. Robert Burke says:

    Where’s the hallway light from in the bookshelf picture? We have a 1923 Cape Cod and I like the retro feel to it.

  27. David E. says:

    I’m pretty sure that light is from schoolhouse electric.

  28. christina says:

    I have the same green and lavender tiling in my bathoroom, and the same green and yellow tiling in my kitchen…could we be living next door to each other?! (I’m on 25th Street in SF.) Long live the green toilet!! Ha!


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