The Found City

On My Radar // March 24


  • I’ve been wanting to swap out our headboard for something new for a while, and I love this easy and inexpensive headboard DIY from A Pair and a Spare.
  • I love how this home on Desire to Inspire is filled with books, and yet somehow still feels calm and uncluttered — a goal I have for around here.
  • I’ve been trying to expand my design horizons, so I’ve been browsing’s Tips and Tricks page for ideas outside my comfort zone.
  • I can’t wait to make this Cacao and Dandelion Rose Elixir from the Gold Sister.
  • This gorgeous pattern from Design Sponge is now on my phone.
  • I love this plaid & leather look from Vintage Splendor, and I have a feeling I’ll be interpreting my own version of it soon!


Reading: Over my notes, in preparation for defending my MA thesis.
 I’ve been waking up by listening to the Meditation Minis podcast every morning. 
Progress on my Pi Shawl.
Excited to see this exhibition of female photographers at the Philly Museum of Art that opens soon.
To New York City and back again for the possibility of a new opportunity, and retracing my steps to some of my favorite places from when I lived in Brooklyn (like Sweetleaf, pictured above.)

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  • km March 28, 2017, 11:12 am

    The second link – I think it feels full but uncluttered because of all the whitespace…and vertical height. All that natural lighting really helps accentuate the whitespace and vertical height too.

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