It’s Friday… you know what that means! Whether you’re reading on the train or curled up with your favorite beverage, please enjoy our top links of the week:

— If you’re in the Bay Area, don’t miss the opportunity to check out Erin Fong’s Open Studios this weekend. She’ll  be showing the first set of 25 letterpress prints from #erinsfriendshipproject AND you can crank a print of your own to take home from 1-3 on Saturday!

— Another Bay Area event to take note of is the Rough Linen Oddities Sale. On September 30th, you can shop irregular, imperfect, and sample products – all at deeply discounted prices up to 80% off!

— We loved Jenni Kayne’s interview with one of our favorite San Francisco designers, Caitlin Flemming. Plus, what a treat to get a look at Caitlin’s beautiful home!

Rebecca Atwood has a new collection and we’re coveting every piece. The playful patterns are inspired by Rebecca’s recent trip to Japan… have a  look!

— We featured Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent’s new collection this week, but have you checked out Jeremiah’s blog? His latest post on Spanish Colonial homes is full of eye candy!

— Ready for sweater weather? Cuyana’s new knits look like a dream! It’s made of blended wool yak, which is as soft as cashmere but warmer than wool. Shop hats, sweaters, and cardigans here

— With sweater season comes Crockpot season! Here are 5 recipes we can’t wait to try. 

— Have you heard of Revival Rugs? The direct to consumer vintage rug company is now working with local Turkish weavers and artisans to create one of a kind multi-panel kilim rugs. They’re designed by the Revival Rugs team using strips of vintage rugs and materials sourced throughout Turkey. We love that the brand is using discarded fabrics to create new and unique merchandise. Take a peek!

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