I have exciting news! Our kitchen is the featured Kitchen of the Week on Houzz. In case you haven't seen it yet, check it out here.
Many thanks to Becky Harris of Houzz for a great article that speaks so eloquently to the inspiration and motivation behind our recent renovation.
For the past year I've been working with clients in Boston. At first, we gutted their Beacon Hill condominium to update the utilities, raise the ceiling, refinish the floor and restore some of the residence's architectural details. Over the summer I had the opportunity to begin decorating the home and I'm flying East tomorrow to continue the process. We'll be adding rugs, accessories, accent pieces and, of course, some indoor botanicals. Follow my search as I Instagram potential items for this project at #beaconhillchd. It will be fun to have you along!
I'm super excited to announce that my mother in-law, Natalia, is exhibiting her Pod Art for the first time and you're invited. Whether you're local or not please join us this Saturday, October 11th, at her studio in Lafayette. If you have any questions or need directions email me at email@example.com To learn more about her unique work click here. Looking forward to seeing you,
There are no rules in these spaces and I like that. Carefully selected furnishings and accessories speak to the personality and experiences of their owner, not to a particular trend or style, which ultimately makes them classics in their own right. By paying close attention to details through arranged curiosities, vignettes, mixed shapes and bold colors, these homes have an added dimension that pulls one in wanting to know more about the who, what, where and when about it all.
This post was inspired by a recent book purchase, The Chamber Of Curiosity. It's filled with inspiring images and beautiful texts celebrating personal interior style. It's a must have!