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sneak peek: a day in may

by anne

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a day in may is a san francisco based design studio specializing in graphic design and letterpress wedding invitations. today’s sneak peek is into half of the a day in may team: eve weinsheimer. while eve is off galivanting in mexico this week, we get a special peek into her light-filled sausalito home (what a wonderful place to come back to after a great getaway). CLICK HERE for the full post, along with additional images. thanks eve (and lesley!) anne

[above: Old Movie Theatre seating is a good place to sit and take off our shoes. Baskets underneath hide hats, sweaters and other junk!]

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Vintage Peter Hvidt Lounge Chairs pair with a second-hand baby rocker lacquered in black.

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Green “HEATH” tile, white cabinets and sink & a chocolate counter create a crisp, easy feel.

CLICK HERE for the rest of the peek after the jump…

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Weathered, metallic cabinet doubles as our liquor cabinet. . . Sewing machine legs are the base for a side mantle in the living room. (Matt Condron painting hangs behind)

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