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THIS JUST IN: DittoHouse’s Courageous Woman Collection

A soft, sustainable textile that helps to empower girls and women across the world? What kind of magic is this, you ask? It’s actually the creative vision Molly Fitzpatrick, owner and lead designer of DittoHouse, had to create DittoHouse’s latest collection, Courageous Woman. Molly’s personal hero is Malala Yousafzai. The work Malala has done to provide access to […]

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My Parents’ Condo Makeover – Part 2

This post was written with hugs and thanks to Fireclay Tile and Wayfair who helped to sponsor this project. A couple of weeks back we revealed the front half of my parents’ condo makeover– a fun project, dear to my heart, that I got to work on with my sister Faith. Today, we’re excited to share […]

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Flight of the Heart

I met Amanda Daniels through a close friend of mind about ten years ago. At the time, my main gig was consulting with small businesses and helping with brand identities and graphic design. Amanda became a client of mine. Over the year or so that we worked together, it became clear to me that Amanda […]

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BEADS – THE BOHO BLING

Beads are a great way to add color, texture, and some shine to your wardrobe, but what about your home? It deserves a little shine too! Beaded decor accessories like jewelry boxes are definitely a nice way to add a touch of bling to any room, but there are more impactful ways to make a […]

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PLANT-BASED COLOR PALETTE

Do you find yourself proclaiming ‘OMG I wanna live here!’ when you walk into a botanical garden filled to the brim with all sorts of colorful plants? Yeah, we do too! On a recent adventure exploring one of our all-time fave plant-filled destinations, the Huntington Botanical Gardens in San Marino, CA, we felt overwhelmed with […]

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“City and Cosmos: The Arts of Teotihuacan”

I visited the LACMA last week, it was the last day of this exhibit: City and Cosmos: The Arts of Teotihuacan. Teotihuacan was an ancient, multi-ethnic, cosmopolitan city that was booming in the first millennium CE in what is now central Mexico– it was the largest urban center in the Americas in its day. The exhibit focused […]

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