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Sure — sleek, minimalist abodes make us swoon. But, there's something about a home filled with kitschy-cool, secondhand treasures that just oozes personality.
Such is the case with Elizabeth Spiridakis Olson's Berkeley pad. Olson is a newly transplanted New Yorker who left her position as art director of Bon Appétit to don the creative director cap at S.F.-based travel mag, AFAR. Every nook and cranny of her crib is filled with colorful and quirky goods, including, of course, the enviable closet-cum-shoe emporium. Trust, this is one vintage harvest we're all too ready to consume.
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