I’m Now An Amazon Expert!

I’m really excited to share that I’ve been asked to be a part of an exciting new experts program with Amazon! It’s just gone live, so there is way more to come functionality wise, but I wanted to share these first few articles.  Basically, once a week I’ll be sharing some “best of” lists and product ideas for the home.  I hope you’ll follow along!  Currently, the expert articles landing page is only viewable on mobile devices HERE (will be working via desktops soon!), but here are links to my articles:

My 10 Favorite Table Lamps

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Spring Patio Essentials

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15 Best Coffee Table Books

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Of course, I happen to think my book could be on this list, but I couldn’t use it.  But now that it has this fancy new title on the cover, I had to share it too!

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A Sunny California Abode

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Bright, clean interiors really speak to me as we inch into spring.  My house feels dingy and blah, so I’ve been looking for some inspiration to lighten and brighten.  And where better to look than Manhattan Beach, CA and this house designed by Lucas Studio in Luxe Magazine?  The cheery look starts at the front door too- just look at that darling picture! who wouldn’t be happy coming home to that?  (If you love that minty door, try Sherwin Williams Spirited Green!)

A Pretty Palette

As a designer you have to learn how to compromise with clients in order to create a space that reflects both your concept and your client’s taste beautifully.  This means you often don’t get to use ALL the fabrics, colors and items that you initially pull for a room.  So I often have fun just coming up with pretend concepts on my own when I feel inspired.  It’s like sketching but in 3D. :)

Yesterday I was looking through one of our fabric bins and came across this GORGEOUS  Schumacher Indian Arbre that I have looooooooved since I pulled it but have not gotten to use yet for anyone.  So I started pulling things to go with it and came up with this scheme in blues, violets and creamy whites.  This is basically how we pull together schemes for our clients on our office floor!