I am SO darn excited about revealing this to you guys because I think it might be my best yet! Just in time for your letters to Santa, here is my new design for M. Flynn called Heirloom. Why am I calling it that you ask? Well, let me tell you…
One of our all time favorite clients (whose Boston home is in EOS the book) surprised us a year or so ago when she told us she was building an awesome vacation home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and asked us if we could remotely decorate the space. We immediately said “hell yes” and got to helping her! Last week I took my family out to stay there for a few days and not only see the project in person, but explore a part of the country I had never seen. Traveling that far with Henry was a bit stressful, but he was a champ and we did lots of things to try to make it as enjoyable for him (and therefore us) as possible. More on that after we take a peek at the house!
Moccasin Chute Lodge is within a new development called Shooting Star at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain and Teton Village (and is available for rent all year-see more info HERE). It’s a large, modern log cabin-y style home with stunning views of the Jackson Hole slopes with enough room for a large family trip. We wanted to embrace the style found commonly in this area, but make sure it was still modern and anything but kitschy and certainly family friendly.
This past weekend I was out celebrating the opening of the Hamptons Designer Showhouse, including my space at it, the dining patio. This was my first experience designing a showhouse and it was an eye opening experience that taught me a lot. A big thanks to Frontgate for asking me to work with them on it and Traditional Home for covering it!
It was about 600 degrees in the sun so things were toasty outside, but we managed to get it completed without passing out. :)
I am so happy to announce the release of my newest design for my jewelry collection with M.Flynn- the Lucky Ladybugs! I have always been charmed by the tradition of making a wish when a ladybug lands on you (the only bug that doesn’t send me into psychotic jerky spasms if it lands on me). They are such beautiful tiny creatures and I wanted to use the concept of the lucky ladybug and create tiny stud earrings in their honor. So here are the fabulous everyday studs and also a dainty pendant necklace made in 14k gold with tiny full cut diamonds (most jewelry with small diamonds like this doesn’t use full cut diamonds) for the dots and even the eyes! Subtle but sparkly.
Hi again EOS readers! I’m super excited to finally share our finished kitchen with you guys. It took a little longer than expected (not surprising for any renovation – even less so when you’re doing the work yourselves) but Eric and I are really happy with the results. We hope you like it too!
As a reminder, here’s what the kitchen looked like when we bought the house: