If you follow Serena Mitmik-Miller‘s beautifully serene Instagram feed, you’ve probably found yourself swooning over her Topanga Canyon home. Go figure. Her living space is an extension of her meticulously curated boutique of handcrafted clothing and home goods, General Store. After moving to Los Angeles from San Francisco, to open their second store, Serena and her husband, architect Mason St. Peter, took on a project to restore a 1927 hunting cabin in LA’s largest wilderness area. I wouldn’t consider myself a minimalist by nature, but I can greatly admire the way in which they have made their somewhat pared down space so incredibly warm and inviting.

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(via Domino)