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sneak peek: eunice of hello!lucky

by anne

today we have a special double feature sneak peek with the dynamic duo behind . in 2003 sisters eunice and sabrina moyle merged their strengths (eunice as creative director/girl genius and sabrina as ceo/grand poobah) and co-found the san francisco (and london) based letterpress studio Hello!Lucky to showcase their custom invitations and greeting cards. as the company has grown, has also also extended their reach through collaborations with kate’s papetrie, anthropologie, and their latest project, . for additional, full sized images of eunice’s home, and stay tuned at 1pm for sneak peek number two with sabrina. [thanks, ladies! and special thanks to their intrepid graphic designer anna hurley for the photos]

[above: A detail of my bedroom – the bed was found at a garage sale, the embroidered silk cushion is from Nest on Fillmore Street in San Francisco, the quilt was made for Daniel by his mother (on the underside are all a collections of patches collected from visits to Legoland, the Kennedy Space Center and the like from when he was little), an old side table dressed up with a fancy pull from Anthropologie, and a mercury glass lamp found at a flea market with a shade from Anthropologie. The walls are painted a very pale lavender (much to the boyfriend’s dismay, although he now admits that everyone looks fabulous and creamy-skinned in a pale lavender room).]

[Custom bookshelves made for us by . The design was inspired by the mural in the hallway and includes a built-in desk – even the holes for cords are flower shaped! ]

[A few tchotckes. . . The bathroom, with classic Art Deco tiling. ]

[My bicycle – I love the bicycle culture in Amsterdam and Copenhagen, and this one reminds me of a classic Dutch bike. I take it to work most days. The Keep Calm and Carry On poster is the first thing you see when you walk in the front door – both my boyfriend, Daniel, and I have small businesses, so this is an excellent mantra to keep in mind! . . . The view of my hallway. Deer antlers found at the Alameda Flea Market embellished with a crepe paper flower I made somewhere along the way.]

[My kitchen. Chairs and table are from the flea market and the watercolors on the wall are painted by Daniel’s mom – she sends him one every year for his birthday. . . The hallway mural – this was inspired by traditional Swedish ‘Kurbits’ folk art handpainting – with a few tongue-in-cheek elements such as the squirrels over the door facing the park I take my dogs to. ]

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