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Sunday Suppers Sobremesa

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Sobremesa is a new series launched by Sunday Suppers in which hosts around the world have their own dinners in their homes/studios/locations. The concept is to celebrate community and food — and a portion of the proceeds from each dinner will go to The Hunger Project, a global program based on an innovative, holistic approach, which empowers women and men living in rural villages to become the agents of their own development and make sustainable progress in overcoming hunger and poverty.

For our spring 2019 sobremesa, we were joined in the kitchen by Aubrey Devin, Michael J Spear, Steve and Mary Jo Hoffman and Liz’s dad, Jim.

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BEFORE + AFTER.

Just in case we’ve accidentally given the impression that this renovation was by any means easy; let me assure you it’s been challenging. Like, the hardest thing I’ve ever done. But worth it! Here’s the same space just a little over a year apart.

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RUGSHAKER BALCONY.

This is a european rugshaker balcony that I had on my moodboard forever. I was contemplating having one fabricated, but then Bauer Brother Salvage had a beauty in their collection and it was exactly the perfect width for above our kitchen window set.

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DUST + FORM LIGHTS.

Brielle of Dust + Form has been a friend and client for years. We’ve always dreamed of finding a way to incorporate her incredible art into our space (though our shelves are already full of heme bowls and other delights).

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SINK BASE.

Remember that crazy marble sink that we found from a 1920’s italian garden? So cool, so heavy. Who can help us make a base? Thankfully Cooper of Studio Number B has never made the same thing twice, so he was game to help us find a solution for this ol’ gal!

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