education, home inspo

What’s your home style?

This is a crucial question that most decorators and interior designers have to ask their clients. Problem is, not everyone knows how to define his or her home style. That's why I love answering online style quizzes. Okay, okay, it's a little simplistic—particularly those Buzzfeed ones—but even just looking at your own Pinterest boards will give you a… Continue reading What’s your home style?

education, home inspo, my works

Phew. Am exhausted. (Oh and a color palette.)

So. Hi. I just wanted to check in here because I've been feeling quite disappointed with myself that I haven't been blogging as I'd dreamed I would be. Sometimes I wonder what all those supermom-bloggers do to be able to make all those super-hyper-advanced-carpentry types of home projects, and blog, and live a life. Okay so that was… Continue reading Phew. Am exhausted. (Oh and a color palette.)


How I educate myself on all things interior design

All things happen for a reason, goes the cliche. But like many cliches, there is truth to it (which is what makes it a cliche in the first place—it's somewhat a universally accepted fact), especially when we are talking about my own journey into interior design. It was my job as a magazine editor that eventually awakened my… Continue reading How I educate myself on all things interior design

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My Favorite Design Books {Part 2}

Remember this nerdy post of mine from over a month ago? Nope, I haven't forgotten about it, as I did promise to give you seven more of my recommended titles. I guess I still haven't found a way to effectively and efficiently balance blogging and freelance work. (I am proud of myself today though, because I… Continue reading My Favorite Design Books {Part 2}

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My favorite design books {part 1}

As a lit major in college, I always relished in receiving book lists from my professors. Book lists only meant one thing: (book) SHOPPING! Whether it was hunting for inexpensive hardbound copies in book sales or the latest, nicest editions in the big bookstores, book shopping gave me such a thrill. And as soon as… Continue reading My favorite design books {part 1}