We’ve made it through another week… happy Friday! Though your weekend plans might look a little different than normal, we hope that you have a restful and restorative few days ahead. Before we head off to relax ourselves, here are our favorite finds of the week:

— Artist Laura Deems has debuted her new body of work in a unique way: a digital publication. Inspired by John Singer Sargent’s poignant portraits of women, LD x JSS Ladies can be viewed in Laura’s new LD Journal.

— One of our favorite bars in California is at the MacArthur Place in Sonoma. Though they’re currently closed, they’re sharing the recipes to three of their most popular cocktails. Bottoms up!

— Indulge in some self care this weekend… Heyday’s IGTV has steps for an at-home facial using products you already have. Check it out here.

— We’re so inspired to see Rough Linen, a home linen goods brand, has begun mask production for Kaiser Permanente’s medical staff of health care workers and first responders. Tricia Rose, founder of Rough Linen says, “This is a wonderful use for our linen. We always try to minimize waste and this is the best possible way for us to give back to the community when it needs us most.” Bravo!

— Attention design lovers that are looking for a little escape! You’ll be pleased to know that Chairish just launched their Designer Showhouse Sale. As the country continues to hunker down, Chairish is offering the rare chance to shop 500+ coveted finds hand-picked by 30 designers, as featured in 20 showhouses—all at great prices.

— Wondering how often you should really be sanitizing surfaces in your home? Hunker breaks it down.

— How is your home office? If you’re wanting to spice it up a bit, Marie Kondo’s shop, KonMari, just launched a new workspace collection. Stay organized and stylish all at once!

— Sick of those sweatpants yet?? Why not reach for a flowing sundress instead? We’re eyeing Christy Dawn’s new spring collection, which is currently 20% off with code TOGETHER20. The LA-based sustainable fashion brand uses deadstock fabric to produce vintage inspired dresses made in DTLA by a team of sewers paid living wages and health benefits.

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