Oh, Craig.

This is the week of Craiglist deep dives, apparently. It’s so soothing, looking at people’s weird junk. Much better than contemplating the political situation to the south. (And yes–I’m updating a couple of things in the apartment; pics to follow once all the pieces have fallen into place!)

This listing for the most perfect gorgeous mirror almost killed me. Free?!?!? Of course it was gone before I could hit send on my “OMG YES PLEASE” email.

But lucky for all you fine art fans, this listing for two amazing boudoir paintings is still active. The seller is “fielding all reasonable offers” so have at ‘er.

Human not included? I think I’ll pass, then.

Living Room Love

My living room was all dusted and tidied the other day–almost like a fancy grown-up person lives here!–so it seemed like a good chance to snap a few pics.

Most of the items are Craigslist/ thrift/ hand-me-downs/ homemade, which I find incredibly satisfying. This room has taken two years to reach this point; I started out with zero furniture and now I live somewhere fabulous! How did that happen?

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The mushroom- and artichoke-head prints are by Nate Duval.
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The white and teal canister is from Russell Hackney Ceramics.

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Miniature suburb by Donna Akrey; camera sculpture by Veronica Verkley.

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Gallery wall includes work by: Belinda Harrow; Rebekah Miller; Todd Stewart; Meshell Melvin; Craig Francis Power; Meg Walker; Aubyn O’Grady; Sarah Burwash; John Steins; Heidi Neilson; Kerri Reid; Angela Bonnici; JP King; and Adriana Kuiper & Ryan Suter.

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The T-shaped metal fitting is an artifact by Colin Lyons.