Sep 13, 2012
Damian & I decided to take a week off and get on the road. We drove from SF to LA and lazily made our way back up the coast. First stop was Manhattan Beach with many bike rides, boogie boarding and solid So Cal beach time. Next stop was Santa Barbara where we had good eats at Brophy Bros, shopping on State Street and laying poolside. Last stop was San Luis Obispo where we visited with good friends and little ones with a visit to the mission and Margie's diner. We are refreshed, a little tanner and received our summer fill before the fall.
Posted by Erin King at 8:48 PM
Jul 25, 2012
Above is a small photo log of the fun fabrics I have been working with this past month! If you haven't already noticed I have been quite busy this summer with clients, installations an paperwork. Resulting in being to busy to blog...so I apologize to my hundreds of readers :) But, I have some exciting news...my small little Etsy shop is up and running! I still have quite a few more pillows to post but in time they will be up and my inventory will be plentiful! Check it out at www.etsy.com/shop/ErinKingInteriors
Posted by Erin King at 10:04 PM
Apr 1, 2012
I am in need of a new everyday bag...well not necessarily in need more like I really really want a new bag. So, after weeks of looking for a bag I’ve narrowed it down to a select few and threw in a couple wallets. Which one do you like best?
1. Kate Spade Nylon Stripe Lacey Wallet
2. Pour La Victoire Verona Satchel
3. Kate Spade Grove Court Blaine Shoulder Bag
4. Pour La Victoire Milano Medium Tote
5. Marc by Marc Jacobs Easy Totes Taryn
6. Banana Republic Karlie Top-Handle Leather Bag
7. Modcloth Keep You Posted Wallet
Posted by Erin King at 6:21 PM
This chilly and rainy weekend, Damian & I decided to get out of the house and go for a walk around our neighborhood. We took a 5 minute drive up to Indian Rock; for some of you that know the Easy Bay you know this is a very popular weekend spot. You will see people venture up the rocks with coffee in hand to marvel at the beautiful views of the San Francisco and Marin Headlands. We walked around the surrounding area of Indian Rock and discovered beautiful homes that worked around the massive rocks. I always seem to discover something new every weekend after living here for close to 6 years. If you are ever in the Easy Bay; this is a must stop. Enjoy!!
Posted by Erin King at 4:01 PM