Javier modeled the look of the shop after “tiny, stuffed old corner stores from the 19th century.” The sign translates as “Everyday Items: Genuine and Functional Timeless Goods.” Maria Rosa is shown here carrying a Portuguese woven tote with Otto, the shop pup.
When Kelly Wearstler began to map out the interior design of San Francisco’s Proper Hotel, she conjured up an extensive backstory. “You’re in this woman’s home and it’s like a series of living rooms,” the designer begins. “This woman lives there with a black cat called Charmaine, who hangs out on the rooftop, and you’re just waiting in her salon for her.”
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