My Collection for M.Flynn Jewelry (& A Party!)


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I am so excited to launch another cool collaboration project I’ve been working on today!  I was approached by Megan and Moria Flynn, of Boston’s adorably amazing M. Flynn Jewelry, to design a capsule collection of fine jewelry for them this fall.  And starting today it’s available for pre-order! (And fun fact, my middle name growing up was Flynn- my grandmother’s maiden name- so I am sure we are related somehow!)

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My New Collection With Jill Rosenwald!


I am SO excited to finally launch my new collection with my friend and incredible ceramicist Jill Rosenwald!  You may have seen me instagramming it in the past couple months as we developed it and FINALLY it’s available to order! Recently we did a little shoot with Sarah Winchester to show off the wares in use, and I am thrilled with the result.  I wanted to do a modern, painterly take on classic blue and white china patterns like Blue Willow and Royal Copenhagen.  I LOVE the loose, fun quality of these pieces (all hand thrown and hand painted in Boston) and the gold rims just add a little extra sparkle.


Our Office Mini Makeover with Pottery Barn

Earlier this spring we decided that our bright coral walls in the office were a bit much for us day in and day out. I get tired of things incredibly fast in my environments, and felt that it was time to go lighter and more neutral since we spend all day looking at color and pattern.  So we painted the walls Farrow & Ball’s Pointing (using their primer first since the pink was quite hard to cover) and then partnered with Pottery Barn to style up the space. And here it is, as featured on Pottery Barn’s blog (hop over there for some home office styling tips from me).

We’re not quite done yet (we have some old wingbacks being re-upholstered and a few more things to do but here’s a little peek).

A Fun Project

Last week I had the chance to see the final product for a cool project I worked on last year. We were engaged by a development/ real estate company to consult on the floorplans, layouts and interior finishes for a condo building development in Medford called One St. Clare.  It was a great project because I always get SO frustrated when I tour new construction homes and condos and see mediocre “builder grade” finishes that went out of style in the 90’s.  It doesn’t cost more to use more classic, universally appealing finished- in some cases, it can even be cheaper! White subway tile in a shower costs a fraction of tumbled travertine, for example, and looks so much better!

I happen to think these units came out awesome!  The model unites were staged by Stephanie Morrison and they came out fantastic.

These professional shots show the colors better than the iPhone ones I tool below.  The walls were painted Sherwin Williams Eider White with Extra White trim and we selected a greyish pre-finished wood plank floor that came out incredible.


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