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SHED Barber Shop

Whether you are new to a city, or you've lived there your whole life, there is a deep satisfaction that comes with finding the right person to cut your hair. It's a hunt that can be at times daunting especially for guys like me who don't go around asking other dudes where they got their hair cut. Maybe that's why my hair has gotten so long over the last couple of years. Either that, or I'm just lazy. 

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WORK : The Grand Opening

Here's another little grand opening party that you're not going to want to miss, and this time you can't say I didn't warn you.  Next Saturday August 23rd WORK will be celebrating their recent opening, and they want you to be there. So, what is WORK? Straight from the horses mouth:

WORK is a multi-disciplinary community designed to bring Austin a place where one can drink coffee, shop til your hearts content, participate in creative workshops, and get anything you can imagine designed as well as all of your digital needs met. WORK is Noah Marion Quality GoodsHoiden Supply Company, WORK Coffee Co. and GOLDEN EAGLE CREATIVE.

Yep, that's a pretty solid line up that you aren't going to want to miss. You can check out their FB page for all the nitty gritty. 

WORK : The Grand Opening event on Facebook.

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One of the things that I love about Austin is what a tight knit community it is. Generally speaking people look out for each other, and genuinely want to see other succeed. This couldn't be truer when it comes to small business owners. In fact that is exactly how Sunroom came into existence. Lucy Jolis and her fiancé had moved back to Austin after a stint in NYC. Lucy was running a successful Etsy shop full of vintage wear, but it had been her dream for years to have a brick and mortar store. That's when she got the message from a friend and client that runs Headdress. There was a small space opening up next door, and she thought it would be perfect for Lucy.

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Nannie Inez : Modern, whimsical, playful.

Deeyn Rhodes describes her store as "A vibe that's modern but a little more whimsical and playful". Thinking about that description it suddenly occurs to me that her ability to describe the spirit of Nannie Inez is just as bang-on as her ability to pick out good design. 

In an internet driven world with Pinterest and Tumblr and blogs, everyone can curate their idea of good design. Having a store however, takes that to a whole new level. From the first time I walked into Nannie Inez I was impressed with her collection of goods. What is most impressive about it to me, is Deeyn doesn't just follow the popular blogs to put together her purchasing list, she actually gets out there and finds the good stuff. You know, like in the real world. Not online.

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2014 Austin Modern Home Tour

The Austin Modern Home Tour may only be 6 years old, but it is quickly becoming the de facto premier modern home tour in Austin. This year's line up includes a diverse line up from remodels to new construction, and even a little mid century modern for good measure. Trying to get to all 13 homes in one day may be a bit ambitious, so taking a cue from my friends over at Citygram Magazine, I've gone through to pick the ones I'll be going to on Friday (you can see their picks here). 

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2715 Stacy - Open House

Let me be the first to say that I was surprised at how much better this house was in real life compared to the pictures.  Which is saying a lot, because it looks pretty great online. This little treasure likes to defy description however. While technically a condo (it's on a shared lot) it is a free standing home complete with private yard. The interior is nicely fitted out with a fantastic Ikea kitchen and bathrooms.

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