Category Archives: Design

FLATLAND by Epilogue

My talented older brother started a progressive independent publishing company, Epilogue, and I’m so proud of him. Epilogue is a┬ádesign and publishing studio that focuses on giving new life and design to some of the world’s best literature. They take … Continue reading

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Beautiful Bracken

A dear friend just started a company making custom fresh floral jewelry. It’s absolutely stunning. If you have a special occasion or wedding coming up, or just want something incredibly unique and lovely, look them up. I imagine Bracken is … Continue reading

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Interiors for a Tuesday

These spaces are pretty beautiful. Full of color, character, and nice light. I’m especially a fan of big artwork and low, modern couches. Here are a couple lovelies for your Tuesday. Left | Right  

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Pinterest Prints

I usually just do one pair of prints, but this series calls for two more. Individual era’s of fashion, by their most iconic pieces. I especially love the Schiaparelli lobster dress.

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Molen Dream

One day Brent and I will buy a home and put down roots and feel like real adults. Renting is great for the transitional times in life when you’re not sure how long you’ll be in one location, but having … Continue reading

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Mid-Mod on the Hill

This time of year there’s nothing better than a well-lit room with beautiful colors and some greenery. Dwell is currently featuring an absolutely gorgeous renovated mid-century modern home on a hillside in Texas. These pictures of warm interiors with classic … Continue reading

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Interiors for a Tuesday

April has been a pretty busy month. I’m helping keep a 5-person department afloat with just 2 of us, and Brent is wrapping up his first year of grad school. It’s been busy, but I feel like we’re both accomplishing … Continue reading

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