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sneak peek: sabrina of hello!lucky

by anne

as promised, it’s part two of the Hello!Lucky sneak peek: sabrina. sabrina and her husband julian have been in the glen park [san fran] victorian house (with quirky, open floor plan, thanks to a renovation by previous owners) for a year now, but it only seems fitting as she and sister/co-business owner, eunice, “joke that we get to draw ducks in inner tubes for a living, so i wanted my home to have a playful feel, too.” click here to see additional and full-sized photos from sabrina’s wonderful home. and if this the double dose of sabrina and eunice isn’t enough inspiration for one day, check out their new studio digs here. [thanks again, Moyle sisters! and to anne hurley for the photos]. -anne

[above: Our bathroom is filled with vintage prints, photos, and frames that I’ve collected from flea markets and travels.]

[Our bedroom. By now it’s clear that I’m a Jonathan Adler fan. The headboard is from Williams Sonoma and the throw pillows are from Freddy & Ma.]

[The linen sofas are from Williams Sonoma, the chair is from Arkitektura in Situ and the colorful pillows are a mix of Indian and Korean designs I found on a trip to Rajasthan, India and at Nest on Fillmore Street. The etager and lamp are from Jonathan Adler. ]

[I love the sea foam color of this chair our den/guest room (from Jonathan Adler), which I’ve thrown together with an Indian pillow and a cream shag carpet.]

[Our dining nook. The table is from Room & Board, and the chandelier is from a flea market.]

[Our deck. I love the whimsical curves of this vintage garden set. . . The outside of our house, built in 1906 and our front door, painted lucky red – a nod to my Chinese roots!]

[A detail of the kitchen table. All of my dishes are mix-and-match from the flea. I love stumbling on pretty ornate ones and commemorative plates (for things like the Queen’s Silver Jubilee!). The table and café chairs are flea market finds. ]

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