Curbless Showers maximize your space and add visual appeal. They get rid of shower barriers creating a seamless look and make your space appear larger. Curbless showers provide accessibility and easy cleaning. So why are they called curbless showers? The... Continue Reading →
One of my favorite publications that helps me stay up to date with the latest trends in design is Business of Home. In an article about nostalgia and shopping trends they see a real connection between the online life and... Continue Reading →
Yoko Ono clearly didn't have the experience of this wallpaper. I found video of wall papers being hand block printed and then hand painted as well. Pretty amazing works of art that can be customized for each client. Check out... Continue Reading →
In working toward my MA I am reading so much and accumulating some seriously trivial knowledge still interesting all the same. I am currently reading an essay by Michel Foucault “of other spaces: Utopias and Heterotopias” a more philosophical look... Continue Reading →
Living in a beach town and working as a designer some styles can become exhausting. So many people move here from up north or out west and want a classic or typical beach house. The reality is that it means... Continue Reading →
Most of have been to some sort of little sales thing at a friends home whether it was Tupperware, unmentionables, wine, jewelry, etc, we have had the experience or know of it. A pop up shop is a little different... Continue Reading →
When people say "You are so Creative" I simply say thank you. The reality is that the real creative work can be a struggle to get to. I call it Flow. Its that magical space where your mind, your imagination, is pulling on the vast network of input to come up with solutions to problems, new ideas and new art or space.