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Spa Vibes in our Parents’ new bathroom with Benjamin Moore

This post was created in partnership with Domino and sponsored by Benjamin Moore. Every single time I paint a room I’m shocked at how a single can of paint can completely change a vibe in a space. But it’s not just the quality of color that has dramatic effect. The more spaces I decorate, the […]

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My parents’ condo makeover — Before and After

This post was created in partnership with Wayfair. My parents recently moved into an old condo that has been in our family for 40 years.  It was long overdue for a condo makeover. My great-grandmother Ida lived there for many years — I have really fond memories of visiting her and my Papa Si at the condo […]

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STAIRS WORTH STARES

You know that feeling when you see a design that truly resonates with you and your jaw pretty much drops straight to the floor? We’re always strivin’ for that feeling (and to evoke it through our product, too). These photographs, snapped by Justina during her global adventures, are doin’ it for us! Check out the […]

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Masks on walls

I have had a long lasting love affair with masks. Maybe it’s all that theater I did in high school and college, but I love the mystery that masks hold, what I feel like when I’m wearing one and how it transforms me, and the energy they give off when on display, especially in concert […]

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Mood Board Mondays: Bold, happy brights

I often get asked where my inspiration comes from. It’s always a difficult question to answer because most of the time I feel that inspiration comes almost as if by magic, or simply by virtue of observing and mentally taking notes of what’s around me all the time. I do, however often find that it’s […]

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Lightbox Jewelry!

This post was sponsored by Lightbox Jewelry I love statement jewelry, but I also love daintier pieces that I can wear everyday — pieces that hold meaning to me. Aside from my wedding ring, I also always wear a ring that used to belong to my great-grandmother Ida that my mother handed down to me. […]

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