WFH? WTF!

I've always worked from home, but now I do it with a husband and 2 kids! Like most of you, my house has quickly become so much more than where we lay our heads at night. Our 1,200 square foot space now operates as offices for two, a classroom for two more, an after-school, dance-cardio …

boston sunday globe

  No biggie. Just sharing an article from The Boston Globe where I'm interviewed. The SUNDAY Globe. In which I am quoted 3 times. On the front page article of the "Address" section. With color photos, and other quotes from folks like the style director for Joss & Main and the editor-in-chief of HGTV Magazine. …

family photographs

Some designers advise keeping displays of family photographs in private areas, like bedrooms, but I respectfully disagree. Nothing makes a home feel more personal than putting your memories up where you can share them with others, especially when you are hosting holiday gatherings for friends and family! Here are two gallery walls I designed and installed …

my design process

Nothing is more exciting than designing a space from scratch! I'm a lucky girl: this project is a finished garage that had been used as a woodshop by the previous owner. My friend wants to turn it into a space where her very active 6-year old daughter could burn off some energy. The space is …

inspiration: bedroom walls

I'm working with a client who shares a common problem with many families in urban areas -- a small master bedroom without much natural light. Here are 5 bedroom decorating tips to avoid feeling like you sleep in a cave. 1. Keep it simple: cream walls paired with white bedding & window treatments. 2. Soft, …

my first virtual mood board

I just discovered Olioboard, an online moodboard creator. I started playing around with it yesterday, and got sucked in for an hour. What do you think? For this board, I started with the chair and the trio of bookcases, and wanted to add some fun color and whimsical florals for a feminine touch. The metallic …