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One Kings Lane and Better Homes and Gardens Makeover story

We're really into this story featuring Estee Stanley and her new Hamptons home, where One Kings Lane and Better Homes and Gardens teamed up and gave her porch a fabulous makeover. The space is a mix of indoor and outdoor furniture, fabrics, and accessories centered on summer entertaining and family living. We're so happy you can see how our pillows fit in with the gorgeous space - the focus is in pinks and blues with a neutral backdrop, allowing the accents to feel fresh and inviting. 

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Cute Mini Memo Pads are here!

One of the joys of my work is developing products, so when I spotted some vintage supplies I had an idea. These little beauties were designed after I found a cache of memo pad inserts. So practical yet cute for your daily list making. I love that the pages come in 2 colors, so you can have a hot list in another color. Of course they are limited edition, so when they run out, that's it! The covers are a woven polyester, and can wipe clean with a soft damp cloth. The material is formaldehyde-, phthalate-, and PVC-free. They come with an extra refillable pad insert. A mundane task is made a little more cheerful with these memo pads. Happy list making!...

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Summer coverage in "O" Magazine June issue

Hey, I can't believe it's summer already. Well, not quite, but this weekend is Memorial Day, and isn't that the beginning of summer? It's a beautiful day here in NYC, so the anticipation is building. And what is better than daydreaming about a summer in Santorini? How nice to be included in this round up of beautiful blue and white items that grace the page. (I love those sandals.) Thank you so much @oprahmagazine and @therealadamsays for the shout out!

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The Creative Process of Journaling

I recently came across an article in the Huffington Post regarding the benefits of journaling, and how it can lead to a more productive and better life. It reminds me of "The Artists Way" by Julia Cameron, and if you aren't familiar with her work, I highly recommend her books and website. My sister gave me her book and workbook and I truly believe her process of journaling allowed me to reconnect and develop my creativity again.  I find when I journal I am allowing myself to empty my mind of extraneous, mundane thoughts that clutter and distract me. I know we all have things to do and to be honest, life can get overwhelming (running my business, as well as design and...

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Shibori Love

I'm a little mad for Shibori. I can't help it. The process of folding and dyeing, and then seeing the patterns develop are exciting and super addictive. I am learning some new techniques while also using indigo dye, which is kind of a beast. Really messy, lots of water and dye everywhere, but the end result is extremely satisfying. I hope you enjoy the variety of patterns, which are currently only on journals and tea towels so far. I'm having a blast working through developing my process and colors. More to come!

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