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Pop & Circumstance is a blog dedicated to building a simply beautiful life. We’re all about inspiring design and decor and will be bringing you the best from Boston, MA! We adore all things vintage and believe one of a kind pieces make a home. We look to the past for inspiration and take time to celebrate the small things. It’s all about unfussy elegance.

Becky is P&C’s chief treasure hunter, blogger, and full fledged vintage lover. With a background in visual arts and marketing, she lives for creating and discovering great design. Becky spends her free time searching high and low at flea markets, estate sales and antique shops for one of a kind items and has a special place in her heart for Brimfield. She is head over heels in love with her city and plans to share many of the fabulous places and spaces in Boston on the blog. If you’d like to connect with Becky you can email her at popandcircumstance@gmail.com.

4 comments

  1. [...] look forward to her monthly desktop backgrounds, which, according to our design and marketing fave Becky Brackett, “upgrade my work computer and make my desk a little [...]

  2. […] Many of my old favs will be rocking the farm, along with some inspiring new crafty folks. Here is a sneak peek at the newest members of the Vintage Bazaar flock: Pop & Circumstance […]

  3. […] Cambria Grace snapped the couple, while Caroline O’Donnell from Wild Folk Studio made the floral arrangements. Wells styled the shoot using props from Becky Brackett’s Pop & Circumstance. […]

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