My husband jokes that I’m a “wannabe minimalist” and he’s totally right. While I definitely see the benefit of living a life uncluttered by the chaos of meaningless things, I still like to “feather my nest” as he says.
I received such a great response from all of you about our new build project - this suspended open wardrobe. So, I thought I’d take it a step further and use my Art Direction background to teach you guys three ways to style it, and why it works.
To celebrate the new site and merging my creative projects, I revisited my very first watercolor pieces to hunt for lessons I’ve learned, finding my personal style, and the creative growth it inspired.
As we head into the weekend, I wanted to share this super simple project with you guys. I’m a huge plant lover, so much so that I actually name my plants so it felt fitting to give these guys some life.
A while back, I was approached by the interior designers at Décor Aid who were inspired by some of my watercolors to share their collective design wisdom and help readers recreate one of the most often overlooked rooms in any home - the entryway.
Whatever you’re thinking, it’s probably not that. When I say the words “creative living” I can almost see the connotations it conjures. Paint splatters are involved, for sure. Maybe some kind of bohemian, nomadic lifestyle.
I’ve wondered for a very long time if I should even bother starting a creative blog. Years, actually. The word “blog” is so tainted these days. Too many “lifestyle resources” already clutter the digital world.