Posts Tagged ‘recommended reading’

We’re {Almost} Famous!

Remember Mere’s awesome bathroom transformation? It caught the eye of a writer for and was featured in a roundup of 11 ways to make over your bathroom for $100 or less. Check it out – Mere’s stencil project is the second slide in the slideshow. Not to be outdone, I’ve also got some exciting news! […]

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I’ve been up to my arms (almost literally sometimes) in paint this week. I showed my friend the colour of my back door by referring to a splotch on my arm one night over dinner. And yes, I will be buying a better exfoliant for après paint days soon! While I’m finishing up some last […]

Recommended Reading: 11.13.2013

I’ve been a little Pinterest-happy this week, so I thought I’d share the things that caught my eye and why I loved them.         Staircase Makeover via Young House Love Once again, I need to thank the Petersiks for doing exactly what I’ve been wanting to do in my house. It’s so […]

Recommended Reading: 11.06.2013

Traditional Kitchen by Brookline Interior Designers & Decorators Jonathan Cutler, AIA   How’s your week going? I can’t believe it’s Wednesday already. I just got in from a fun evening talking about colour at a seminar I co-hosted with Catherine Pulcine. As you can imagine, with over 25 years of experience in the interior design […]

Recommended Reading: 10.30.2013

BOO humbug! Yes, that’s right. I am the Ebenezer Scrooge of Hallowe’en. It’s just not my thing. Good thing Mere has you covered for the pumpkin holiday! As for me, I am counting down the hours until November 1, and you will not hear me complaining about how early the Christmas stuff starts showing up […]

Recommended Reading: 10.23.2013

  When I was in Toronto last week, the showrooms were buzzing with anticipation for High Point Market, which is happening now in North Carolina. Held twice a year, High Point Market is the world’s largest furniture industry trade show. Some 75,000 buyers, manufacturers and design industry insiders flock to the show to see and […]

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