sitting on the back porch on a hot day, waiting for the breeze.
not caring if your clothes have a cool logo on the front.
not wearing your watch.
not caring if you have a watch tan.
your favorite sneakers.
a cup of hot, black coffee.
your favorite coffee cup on a cinder block because there's no where else to put it.
picking out some records to play to wind down after work.
how you shape any common space.
all the motions of ordinary love.
if you've seen my other looks, you know i post a lot of my vinyl collection with my outfits. music always seems to... read more »
Home is where you live, where you relax, where you work. And as a DIY home renovation blogger, my home is my creation. The image above depicts the living room in our house - a room we pulled from the 1980's and, through blood and sweat, transformed into a modern living space that's all our own.
I welcome you, Lookbook, to explore the rest of the ongoing project we call home.
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When I was sixteen years old, I took down all of the posters and magazine clippings that I had so intricately taped to my bedroom wall. Considering the hours upon hours that I spent crafting this enormous inspiration collage, one may think that this was a very painful process for me. However, it was not. In fact, it was quite the opposite: my pictures, despite how much I adored every little NYLON clipping and indie band poster, were contributing to me having panic attacks. There were so many colors and details all around me that I could not focus on my... read more »
Home is the place where I can be creative, and make a space that inspires me in everything I do.
This is the only window into my apartment, and it is an incredibly important part of my life right now. It acts as this surreal boundary between the insular fantasy world I inhabit, and the weird little town I live in. Inside I take pictures, draw flowers, write music, cook food, play dress up, take naps, watch movies, and write in my journal. It is the first space I've ever had all to myself, and the first space that I could make a true reflection of who I am. There is nothing more familiar... read more »