I have some new commercial work to share! Ages ago, I traveled to Seattle to style some stories for HGTV for my friend Jen and this one just published. The fresh white kitchen space was designed by Casey Keasler for her client, Sally. I just love what they created and felt so honoured to be able to style it for the shoot. You can read all about the remodel and see before and after photos on the HGTV website.
Sally's kitchen was so much fun to style. The white tile, butcher block counters, and all-white space are refreshingly modern and spare.
As a sidenote: We are always looking for locations for these stories, if you know someone with an amazing remodel they'd like featured, we are currently looking for locations in Portland, Seattle, and in Europe, particularly Stockholm. Contact me here.
I ended up using a few different Liberty fabrics to decorate my apartment so I was really excited to see that they just came out with some new furnishing fabrics! I have a cushion on a daybed I'd like to cover in the fabric below.
I am excited to share a preview today of an amazing new online shop. Cloth & Goods sells textiles, ceramics and artwork from small artisans and craftspeople. Owner, Melissa Newirth is an interior designer and stylist who has traveled the world studying textiles and collaborating with artists. She'll be offering her own exclusive line as well as products and art pieces she's searched the globe for.
I've had the chance to visit with Melissa at her studio a few times and I am really excited about what she is doing. She has a beautiful and calm aesthetic that focuses on simple, handmade, modern pieces.
Be sure and follow the Cloth & Goods Facebook and Twitter pages so you can be the first to hear when they launch!
There's nothing I love more than curling up in a quilt, espcially of course, if it was handmade by someone I love. This dotty quilt from APC is super lovely and perhaps inspiring for quilt makers out there interested in simple, modern quilts.
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