Archive for the ‘good spaces’ Category

NEW + IMPROVED

Posted BY JENNY JAMES ON May 13th, 2013
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We are thrilled to announce… our new buildout! The new cash wrap and shelves were custom designed and crafted by Kent Richardson and Nathaniel Shapiro with obsessive attention to detail. The store was ready for an update, and we needed more storage. We’ll call it a win-win. The cash wrap counter is made of honed […]

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OBJECT OBSESSION

Posted BY JENNY JAMES ON March 20th, 2013
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Portland is currently losing its mind over objects and things. There is good reason for this- there are a lot of perfect things in Portland. A beautiful, well designed object can transform a desk, a windowsill, a room. We are still throwing most of our money into our closet-pits, but if you’re feeling domestic…   […]

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A FUTURE PRESENT

Posted BY JORDAN ON November 16th, 2012
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Let’s be honest, sometimes it’s more gratifying to look at other people’s nice spaces than to actually manage your own. But as we enter further into the rainy season, and are spending more and more time indoors, I think it’s safe to say we could all use a little inspiration, or home-design eye candy, or […]

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SO MANY MOUNTAINS BUT THIS ONE SPECIFICALLY

Posted BY JORDAN ON November 10th, 2012
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I went to a really great reading/book release for Junior Clemons‘ “So Many Mountains But This One Spefically” at┬áCarville Annex last week, in San Francisco’s Outer Sunset. Carville Annex is a lecture space with artist’s studios on the second floor and a storefront below, where you can rent books as a part of their “Bookshelf […]

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