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Stillness of Mind.

Come on in. A sneaky little peak into my new digs. I’m still pondering whether this yellow tint from the iphone brings feelings of life and energy or putrid stagnance. Either way… here it is. I assure you the new home is full of all things good. Clawfoot tub. Steel iron spiral stairs lead way to our lofted bed-nook- zen den. A frame… Amen. Nothing like the late nights spent with a wood burning fireplace, sporadic and melodic. Been spending my days in the garden. Digging dirt to my elbows, savoring worms like gold, and drinking summer beer. Ahhh. Vintage stores beware: Hardware stores have become my new haven.

Nothing like metal, dirt, mouthwash, brooms, bat shit and hoses all under one roof.  Antiquing in our new town is unreal… shop after shop resembles unexpected cold water on your neck. Shocked and pleased beyond belief that you, yes you, could feel so energized and fresh.   Freshly used is the magical duo.

Saw Lykke Li at the Regency Ballroom last night. Amazing as ever. Rockin a new haircut paired with an incredible body suit. Danced all night. Crawled home to our sanctuary. Slept in for the first time in ages. Tuesday Sunday. Sunday it is. 

Xx Amy 

We are Here- You are HereWelcome to our abode lovelies. We’ve received some questions regarding our home decor choices, favorite pieces, so on and so forth. Here’s round one of our home… still much to be photographed (Alex’s Bedroom, Closets, Art Studio and Land) but this will get it rollin’.welcome home ladies[brass wall hanging]

peace sits below this antique round clock… we never use clocks but its pretty and that’s all that matters; oh, and the reminder that we don’t give a damn about what it’s telling us. “hurry“… “shut up, look pretty”

remain calm… original print by beautiful artist friend Deb.

our fig tree- I need not say more. 

    Hey Serenity”                                           “Hello Stern”

we bought two 5X7 Turkish Rugs from Anthropologie and turned them into pillows to throw around the house- perfect marriage of color, pattern, and comfort. 

hand carved antique chair that we rescued and reupholstered- she’s the favorite pick of the bunch.

all thrifted; under $30 for all 3 pieces…

woven textile wall hangings.

one of my absolute favorite pieces of Alex’s…. all dots. [Dizzy Gillespie]

best gift (besides the trip to Bali) this year from my love…

fans of hoarding way too many shells…. everywhere. 

Red holds important things that we usually forget about…[insert keys] 

pretty little boxes for pretty little treasures.

walls are for adorning favorite images…

this clock has also never “ticked” or “tocked”… but it’s message lives on.

bedside tables are quite personal.

                            mom in the early 60’s.                                  

                                                                                

I saw a witch doctor the other night.no longer eating grains or meat. one month test. Goodnight. “Art is not merely an imitation of the reality of nature, but in truth a metaphysical supplement to the reality of nature, placed alongside thereof for its conquest.”-Friedrich Nietzsche

Xx Amy  [what’s with all the white space at the top of this post? Blogger won’t tell me… I’m not very stoked when it plays tricks]