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A San Franciscan at Home in Uruguay

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Aug 09, 2012 01:05 AM
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by Julie last modified Aug 08, 2012

Spotted on Desire to Inspire : the home of transplanted San Franciscan Heidi Lender, who packed up her belongings and moved to Garzon, Uruguay, a while back. To see Lender's photography work, go to Heidi Lender ; to see her former flat in SF, go to Steal This Look: Simple San Francisco Kitchen . Above: Exotic textiles and a silver pouf add color and glimmer to the moody interior. Above: The living area is anchored by a Nelson pendant light and a pair of midcentury chairs. Above: Lender bought a vintage O'Keefe and Merrit stove off Craigslist and shipped it to Uruguay. Above: Brightly colored curtains drape the windows. Above: Exotic textiles add color to an otherwise neutral space. Above: Lender bought the vintage sink in San Francisco and shipped it to Uruguay. A wall-mounted crate serves as toilet roll holder. Above: Gray-washed stucco walls create a sense of calm and keep the interiors cool.






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