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Can’t get enough online house porn? Us, either. (Evidence: This roundup!) We were thrilled, then, when Anne Sage, the darling blogger-turned-executive editor of the fairly new, but mega-popular online abode magazine,
Rue, invited us into her Guerrero Street digs. Naturally, we weren’t disappointed. Filled with a quirky, feminine mix of finds left over from past Rue shoots, the light-soaked, one-bedroom apartment definitely made us just a tad jealous. Not to mention Sage’s walk-in closet stuffed to the brim with completely covetable wares. Want to get a little green with envy yourself? Just flip through the following pages to see Sage playing dress-up in the cool rooms of her casa, plus a bonus trip to her favorite bakery in town! We dare you not to get inspired.
Photo by Caro Ramirez
It's the little details that can make or break your interior game. The wrong lampshade can subtly alter the vibe of a whole space. One too many pieces of furniture can turn a house into a home store, not a lived-in space. And, sometimes it takes an outside set of eyes to spot these irksome issues; a skilled set of eyes read
There's just something about flea markets and antique fairs that makes our vintage-loving hearts sing. And, Brooklyn Flea, the outdoor bazaar with locations in Fort Greene, Park Slope, and Williamsburg, is the ultimate destination for finding treasures of all varieties, from furniture and clothing to antiques and art. read