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Tuesday 20 November, 2012

Blank Walls? No Problem!

I had the honor of appearing on the Live Well Network discussing what to do with all those blank walls in your home. To view the segment check it out here.


Tuesday 20 November, 2012

Blank Walls? No Problem!

I had the honor of appearing on the Live Well Network discussing what to do with all those blank walls in your home. To view the segment check it out here.


Friday 09 November, 2012

Back to Work: 10 Modern Desk Chairs

Let’s be honest: office furniture isn’t exactly the most thrilling segment of the interior design industry.  But for the ever-increasing segment of the population telecommuting and/or spending long, odd hours working from the comfort of our homes, we know the dining room table gets old quickly, and even a couch can begin to feel like [...]


Saturday 06 October, 2012

Venice Biennale 2012: Macedonia Pavilion

How to think about today’s architecture, captured in the pragmatic flows of changing society? Can architecture once more be captivating, romantic, humanistic, visionary, and everyday at the same time? It appears that today’s architecture is becoming increasingly complex and ambiguous, and thus increasingly manipulative. It is lost in the cloud of the everyday. But how [...]


Wednesday 11 April, 2012

Inside the Breakfast Nook

I had such a blast shooting a segment for Chicago Home + Garden’s “Bring It Home” series that was featured on WGN!  The host Rochelle Vayo Adkinson was such a doll-along with her assistant, Maddie Yastrow.  And, y’all know how much I love all my peeps over at CH+G Magazine.  The segment was all about [...]


Wednesday 11 April, 2012

Inside the Breakfast Nook

I had such a blast shooting a segment for Chicago Home + Garden’s “Bring It Home” series that was featured on WGN!  The host Rochelle Vayo Adkinson was such a doll-along with her assistant, Maddie Yastrow.  And, y’all know how much I love all my peeps over at CH+G Magazine.  The segment was all about [...]


Saturday 17 December, 2011

Interview: Designing a Chair Made of Sugar with Pieter Brenner

Pieter Brenner thinks of himself as a “German designer”, even though his childhood was spent in Amsterdam. Focusing on the premium segment of design,  Brenner’s projects are said to be characterized by a careful research of design-history and an interest for clearness. One of his recent designs, The Sugarchair, caught our attention due to its [...]


Friday 16 December, 2011

Interview: Designing a Chair Made of Sugar with Pieter Brenner

Pieter Brenner thinks of himself as a “German designer”, even though his childhood was spent in Amsterdam. Focusing on the premium segment of design,  Brenner’s projects are said to be characterized by a careful research of design-history and an interest for clearness. One of his recent designs, The Sugarchair, caught our attention due to its [...]


Monday 11 October, 2010

Color Is a Girl’s Best Friend

{Article from Chicago Home + Garden, on sale now!} Everyone has a favorite color.  Although I have many, one of my most favorite is orange.  However, color is truly personal, and furthermore is something that can define a space.  Although everyone has a color of choice, pairing hues can be a tricky task.


Monday 06 September, 2010

Open House Special!

I am so excited to have been asked to be a part of the LX.TV – NBC Universal ”Open Houses” series!  You can catch the episode on which I will be featured next Sunday, September 12th at  10:30 AM CST.  This “Designer Living” segment is a unique opportunity for designers to welcome viewers into their homes [...]