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Curated Closet Spaces by Tailored Disposition


Tailored Disposition is a professional organizing and decorating service in the San Francisco Bay Area. Christina and Danielle work with individuals and families helping them create a space that reflects how they want to feel and function everyday. 

You don’t have to be a celebrity or a stylist to enjoy the luxury of organization!

Some inspiration courtesy of The Coveteur:


Clockwise from left to right:
Celebrity Stylist Caley Lawson’s work featured on The Coveteur
Rosie Huntington Whiteley’s closet featured on The Coveteur (2 images)
Jessica Alba’s shoe closet featured on The Coveteur
Celebrity stylist Luisa Fernanda Espinosa’s Chanel bags featured on The Coveteur

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July 4 Recipes by Bobbie at Events, Etc…


EVENTS ETC…, an award winning, full service catering and event production company, founded in 1983 by Barbara (Bobbie) Fakkema celebrates its 31st birthday on July 4th! Since then, Bobbie has produced a long list of extremely satisfied and loyal clients including Facebook, Ernst & Young, Nokia, and The LA Times.



Santa Maria Tri Tip

2 T Granulated Garlic

1/3 C Fresh Cracked Black Pepper

1/2 C Garlic Cloves

3 T Kosher Salt

2 T Brown Sugar

2 T Harrisa

(3-4#) Prime Tri Tip Roast


Combine Granulated Garlic and Black Pepper, Mince garlic with knife or alternatively in food processor while alternately slowly adding Salt and Brown Sugar to form a paste, then mix in harrisa. Rub outside of roast first with Salt, sugar, garlic, harissa mix, then sprinkle with black pepper garlic mix. Cover and refrigerate for 18-24 hours. Warm grill and sear on all sides bringing internal temperature to 125 Degree Fahrenheit. Let rest for 15 min, and slice against the grain.


Barbeque Baked Beans

1 Pound Dried Great Northern Beans

4 to 6 Slices Bacon

1 Cup Chopped Onion

1 Clove Garlic, Minced

2 Cups Ketchup (I like Hunt’s)

1/2 Cup Molasses

1 Cup Firmly Packed Brown Sugar

1 Tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce

1 Tablespoon Yellow Mustard (I like French’s)

1 Teaspoon Chili Powder

2 Tablespoons Garlic Powder 


Pick through beans and soak overnight in salted water.  Drain beans and cover with water this time cooking till soft but not bursting. Combine ketchup, Worcestershire, brown sugar, Molasses, mustard, chili powder, garlic powder in a large bowl.  Cook the bacon in a large skillet to crisp. Remove bacon with slotted spoon and add in onion and sauté with fat for 3 mins stirring, add garlic clove and sauté. Drain reserved beans and 2 cups of their cooking liquid. Stir in dry ingredients to bacon fat/onion combo, and then add reserved beans and water. Stir in rendered bacon and bake in 13 by 9 casserole dish @ 350 degree for 1 hour or until bubbly.


Brian’s Buttermilk Cornbread

1/2 C Butter

2/3 C White Sugar

2 Eggs

1 C Buttermilk

1/2 T Baking Soda

1 C Cornmeal

1 C A.P. Flour

1/2 T Salt


Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Grease an 8” square pan.  

Melt Butter in large skillet. Remove from heat and stir in sugar. Quickly add eggs and beat until well blended.  Combine buttermilk with baking soda and stir into mixture in pan. Stir in cornmeal, flour, salt until well blended and few lumps remain. Pour batter into prepared pan. 

Bake in preheated oven for 30 mins, or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean.


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Bay Area June Loves


1. We live in SF- who are we kidding? A light weight scarf in turquoise reminds us of our holidays in the Caribbean Islands, while shielding us from the inevitable wind. ALYS GRACE carries an assortment of soft Chan Luu Cashmere and Silk Scarves.

2. ROCKS WITH SOUL‘s most kissable item, The Diamond X Ring, is a luxurious and affordable must-have to adorn your fingers with. It’s available in yellow, rose, white and rhodium. Allow time to order your size. 

3. Take a walk through LIVING GREENs nursery and check out one of their specialties- a hot trend in landscaping- vertical gardening. They are innovating new directions in this growing sector of garden making by integrating art with thematic plant ‘stories’ that attract butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. They can provide the proprietary infrastructure for your project, or design and execute from start to finish.

4. Have we told you how much we love Golden Goose Italian sneakers? They have stood the test of time- unlike the Isabel Marant sneakers. Okay, they are pricey, but definitely one of the best investment pieces in your wardrobe. These ‘Deluxe Brand Sneakers’, perfect for strolling up and down SF hills, are available at Angela in Menlo Park. Their website is down, so here’s their contact info:

ANGELA // MENLO PARK // 650.323.7410

5. Don’t go to the beach or the pool without Colorscience’s Sunforgettable SPF 50 Brush in Perfectly Clear, available at DR. KATHLEEN WELSH‘s office. This lightweight mineral powder won’t feel heavy as it blocks UVA and UVB rays with micronized titanium dioxide. The Sunforgettable SPF 50 Powder Brush is easy to carry and easy to apply, thanks to the self-dispensing brush that makes re-application throughout the day simple. 

6. On a hot Summer’s evening, what could be more refreshing than to top off dinner with a Kaffir Lime ice cream and coconut sorbet, with pistachios, Buddha’s hand and pineapple. Indulge at SPRUCE.

7. San Francisco’s destination for luxury home furnishings, ANTHEM carries this collection of Summer suitable decorative floral appliqué cushions in white. They would accent any modern or traditional home.

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1920’s-1980’s Vintage Jewelry Trunk Show at Pearl


Preview Party

June 4, 4:00p-6:00p

Trunk Show

June 5 – June 7, 10:30a-6:00p

June 8, 11:00a-5:30p 

Pearl Wonderful Clothing:

1219C Main Street St. Helena, CA 94574 

p: 707-963-3236

FEATURING: World renown vintage jewelry collector Carole Tanenbaum!

Carole Tanenbaum’s trained critical eye helped her to cultivate a stellar selection of over 20,000 pieces, forming a cohesive collection that is now known worldwide. Every piece is hand selected with an eye for design, creativity, strength and exceptional workmanship.

They will have 55 Pieces available for 4 DAYS ONLY at PEARL in St. Helena.


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Everyone has been asking me about the family with all the businesses on the inside cover of TSG Silicon Valley…. Well here is the answer….


THE H&H COMPANY is the collaborative force behind a handful of innovative, family-based companies in Northern California. 

Mary & Brian Heffernan are the “H&H” and have a passion for small town, small business and family centered food and adventure. Brian has a background in farming and law and Mary has been starting small businesses since she was a teenager. They currently own and operate 8 businesses in the Bay Area and in their newest endeavor they’re starting up a family-run cattle ranch in Siskiyou County raising all-natural cows, pigs, lambs and chickens so they know where their food comes and are able to share it with others.


SHARPS GULCH RANCH - A working cattle and hay ranch in Siskiyou County.


BUMBLE – A farm-to-fork restaurant for locals and families to gather and enjoy a healthy meal and relax with friends over coffee or a glass of wine while children can check in to the bright, sunny playroom.


ACADEMIC TRAINERS – An all-inclusive center that provides guidance and resources to help students excel in their studies.


AREA 151 – A local arcade for all ages with throwback redemption games and the latest side-by-side competition.


PLAY! - An indoor play space for kids to explore, learn and play!


RED RACER HOBBY SHOP – A vintage hobby shop with a modern flair.


THE MAKERY – A retail shop and DIY studio space that offers unique items and a place to create using the best quality materials around.


THE BOTANIST – A beautiful shop for all things botanical and offers well-curated planted pots, event florals, arrangements and vintage gifts.


FOREST ON FIRST – An all-natural cafe, juice bar and play space with an indoor custom-made tree house play structure for the little ones.


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TSG Bay Area May Loves


1. BIANCOs Astier de Villatte exquisite ceramics are entirely handmade in Paris, France. Made of black terracotta clay, Astier de Villatte uses a unique technique to craft each piece to amplify the unique character of the clay, celebrating its imperfections and ensuring that no two pieces are exactly alike. Inspired by 18th and 19th century designs, each piece is hand glazed to create a beautiful, milky white finish. Their pieces make chic Mother’s Day gifts for moms who enjoy entertaining.


2. Woodside’s EMILY JOUBERT makes the most exquisite flower arrangements worthy of mom! They are pleased to offer delivery service to their surrounding area in Silicon Valley.


3. Dazzle mom in KATHLEEN DUGHI’s Acqua Tahitienne Necklace made with Tahitian pearls, a diamond rondelle with colored diamonds in 22kt gold, 18kt yellow gold, 18kt rose gold, and platinum with a 152ct aquamarine removable pendant.


4. THE SAN FRANCISCO OPERA’s Summer 2014 Season awaits you, and mom! Reserve your tickets today for Show Boat, La Traviata and Madame Butterfly.


5. Pamper mom, and yourself, by taking her to the spa at SOLAGE CALISTOGA.  Their ‘Double Your Leisure’ package includes lunch for two at Solbar, two 50-minute massages, two Signature Mudslides at Spa Solage, and complimentary access to their geo-thermal mineral pools and bocce courts.


6. Surprise mom with 7 ON LOCUST’s Gold Nautilus Studs. The Nautilus is one of the most ancient creatures on the planet.  The nautilus shell is one of the most beautiful representations of nature as the ultimate artist.  


7. Delight mom with THE MODEL BAKERY’s good old-fashioned berry and cream cake. Karen Mitchell is the founder and the traditional recipe for this sweet treat was handed down from her aunt.

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