It’s no secret that one of my favorite things in the whole world is thrifting. Basically every weekend (and sometimes more than once a week), you can find me…
When we design for disabilities, we are not just increasing access for the disabled, we are creating better design for all.
My tips on a streamlined, budget-friendly decoration process. Whether it’s a redesign or starting from scratch, this process will set you up for success.
You’re marching and posting and signing petitions, but make sure you’re helping to support small businesses, too. Here are some of my favorite Black artists that you should support.
So here I am about a month after my first impressions review and halfway through the course! Overall, I can tell you that I have been pleasantly surprised by the rigor. In these last few courses, shit got a lot more technical.
Wood paneling is no longer for your grandma’s house. It’s back and bigger than ever. Here are my favorite ways to incorporate it into a home.
Having a mantel to be able to decorate is super exciting … but also can be a little daunting. Here are some tips to guide you as you put it together.
Sometimes you just need to look at things that make you happy. Here are some homes from movies and tv that make me feel good.
You’re gonna be right alongside me as I go through my online certification with The Interior Design Institute. In this first part I cover my decision process, and my review of the first 2 modules.
There are plenty of ways to make your home feel fresh and new with things you already have, no need to spend money.