Jennifer, thank you for allowing me the opportunity to feature your home on Cocoon Home Blog. You’ve created a masterpiece.
Here they are: Cocoon Home’s new logo and site designed by creative extraordinaire, Dabito of Old Brand New. After meeting him at The Creative Residency's Social Media Practicum last summer, I knew he was the one to rebrand Cocoon Home Design. In just a few conversations about my work, my goals and my aesthetic, Dabito created a sophisticated, modern new logo. Showcasing earthy elements, bold accents and mixed patterns, the new look of the website and business cards speaks perfectly to my design sensibilities. I couldn’t be any happier with the results.
Thank you, Dabito!
Hop on over to his site for the full story and let us know what you think!
It’s official: Cocoon Home is busier than ever with multiple design clients, an upcoming event, a new logo and site (coming soon), and a product soon to be revealed! I’m a bit crazed , but loving every minute of it. Each interior project is completely different from the others allowing me to source and shop at a variety of places: the Alameda Flea Market, HD Buttercup, Flora Grubb, Pottery Barn, DWR and Anthropologie among many others. My clients’ broad variety of styles and aesthetics [for sure] keep things interesting! The new logo and site are being created by Dabito of Old Brand New and I couldn’t be happier with his interpretation of Cocoon Home thus far. Stay tuned for the big reveal. Later this month, we’ll be hosting an event at our home featuring the work of Daniel Barbera of Australia and Cosentino, San Francisco. Lastly, the Cass Clutch, a 70′s inspired suede handbag, will make its debut in late Spring. So many wonderful things are happening at once! I’m honored and grateful for the opportunity to help so many people create spaces that are uniquely their own while exercising my own creativity. I do love my job!!
While furniture scouting for a client I came across designer Tracey Boyd. Her unique collection for Anthropologie got me super excited. Each piece is detailed with either a mix of metals, lacquered finishes or interesting patterns. One of her pieces can become a focal point in any room or make any space stand out. I’m looking forward to finding homes for a few of my favorites. I love my job!!
1. Urban Outfitter's leather sling stool is perfect for additional seating just about anywhere indoors or out.
2. This Boet shield necklace needs to meet my wardrobe!
3. I'm still loving airplants and these wood and copper mounted terrariums are a sweet new way to display them.
4. Zara's long seamed dress might just become my Spring staple.
5. This Great Meadow Mural is the inspiration for Zoe's bedroom new look.