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Pattern on Pattern on Pattern

Feb 1, 2012 by

There is never have too much pattern at once, or too much mix of new and old. It would be really boring otherwise. Vintage and handmade pieces make the best friends. They’ve all known other people and things before me, so there’s always a lot to talk about.

The rug is a beautiful, new-to-us piece; it’s a 100-year-old Caucasian rug purchased from the rug guy at the Brooklyn Flea.  It feels like it holds so many stories, through its worn spots and warped edges. I wonder who’s houses it’s been in, what it’s heard and knows, and if it will tell someone about us some day.

The clutch is by Falconwright, an amazing line of handmade, screen printed leather goods by Sandy Falconer and Danielle Wright. You may have caught my illustrated post over on my personal blog last week, gushing about how much I love it. The leather is super soft, construction is impeccable, and each piece is made in one-of-a-kind prints and colorways.  Definitely check out their online shop – there are so many options it will boggle your mind in the best way.

My dress is thrifted, the polka-dot shirt is from Dalaga, and the wallet is DVF.


Fashion, Vintage


  • LEAH. This. Is. Awesome. Thank you! Love your wise, new rug – full of wild stories and history for sure.

  • Love this blog – so much inspiration. I live in Bushwick as well. As my wife and I like to say in our house ‘Ain’t no Party like a Bushwick Party’ [ala the SCLUB 7 song from our childhood]. Have a great day – and keep up the great job on the blog!


  • I didn’t know you guys had a blog!?! You should link to it on your intstagram or something. Love your new rug, anything with a little history makes it a little bit richer! Also love the string shelves a little bit down.

    • Yes! The blog’s only a month or so old, so you haven’t missed out on much! I’ve occasionally posted photos from here on insta, but you’re right, there’s no proper link. And thanks so much, I’m glad you like the stuff! It’s been fun putting this new space together.

  • I love that you combine different prints! & been enjoying your blog!

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