-Sara Duffy,  Stonehill Taylor

“Every time I have new ideas, I love to write them in this notebook. It makes taking notes fun.”

-Harry Nuriev, Crosby Studios

Crosby Studios Blue Fur Notebook

“I’m a firm believer in the old adage: the more pillows, the better. Layering, rearranging, and switching out pillow covers is also one of the easiest and most impactful ways to refresh your space, and I often find myself satisfying a redesign ‘itch’ by updating my own assortment of pillows. This Costa Nova Pillow Cover from Serena & Lily, complete with tassels and stripes, is a fun neutral

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“The best thing I’ve ever added to my bathroom is a marble tray from CB2 that I put all of my skincare on to display it on my bathroom counter. It’s great for making content because it’s really pretty. It makes me remember to do my skincare because it’s sitting right there. And it’s so beautiful to look at.”

CB2 Lilypad Large White Marble Round Server

“Given the wastefulness of traditional toilet tissue and the well-documented toilet paper panic of 2020, I was relieved to learn about other options: I’ve become a big fan of the bamboo toilet paper from 

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Despite women making up 94 percent of buying power for home goods, the woodworking, crafting, and manufacturing industry is predominantly male. “In a time where we are all striving to shine lights on unheard voices, we must put our ‘money where our mouth is’ by supporting these businesses and the stories they tell,” reminds Candace Rimes, of interior design firm Fogarty Finger.

So, during Women’s History Month, Vogue wanted to highlight artisans whose works make our homes that much more haute. We asked 12 interior designers to share their favorite female makers and why, exactly, they love them. Some

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From Filoli to Ruth Bancroft, seven gorgeous Bay Area gardens are featured in the pages of a beautiful new book, “The Garden: Elements and Styles” (Phaidon, $70).

Author and garden designer Toby Musgrave has singled out Filoli, Flora Grubb, Medlock Ames winery and Ruth Bancroft gardens, as well as private gardens in Tiburon and Oakland to illustrate various garden elements and styles.

“The selection criteria for these gardens was the same as for all the illustrations included — that the gardens be special, yet representative of the element, feature or style under discussion — and must offer inspiration to today’s

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Pasadena Antique Center 

“I love poking around the different vendors at the Pasadena Antique Center and then going down the block to check out TL Gurley and across the street to Revival. I especially love their early California furniture.” —Frances Merrill

480 S. Fair Oaks Ave.

Pop Up Home 

“I’m obsessed with finding soulful pieces for our projects and Pop Up Home is a place I’ll always find something. From vintage rugs and ceramics to Gio Ponti mirrors and Vladimir Kagan sectionals, they’re a guaranteed hit.” —Adair Curtis

927 N. Sycamore Ave.

Pop Up Home

Photo: Ace
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