Casting a sense of warmth—not mere coziness—Serena Mitnik-Miller’s aesthetic comes from careful crafting of personal comforts and emotional fulfillment rather than sheer visual appeal. Though clean and simple, her newly purchased home exudes an undoubtedly artistic vibe that is as charming as General Store, Mitnik-Miller's noted local boutique.
This weekend, amp up your spring style with trendy textiles at a pop-up sale at Mission Rock, a "magic hour" at Nordstrom, and gorgeous headwear at Goorin Bros's sample sale. Let’s do this.
Just in time for Stinson weather, Kayu Design has popped up on our radar with its gorgeous, handcrafted beach totes and straw clutches. Because of course we want every piece in the whole locally designed collection, we caught up with Burlingame-based proprietor Jamie Lim, who shared with us her journey of returning to her roots to bring natural materials and craft to the forefront of her work.
Savannah Roberts' bedroom is impeccable. Located on the top floor of an old Victorian building, the space is classic San Francisco, balancing new and old, purchased and homemade. A designer for Homepolish, Savannah is as savvy with power tools as she is with choosing and styling the perfect flea market find. She painted and reupholstered quite a few worn furnishings to give them new life, and her personal touch is evident everywhere in the room. Plus, she's found cool ways to organize her space without breaking the bank—we love her solution to SF's notorious lack of closets! Her home is a “reflection of so many great memories,” and it feels exactly like that as soon as you enter.