One of the amazing things about Instagram is the ability to catch glimpses of places in locales you havenâ€™t yet or may never travel to. Iâ€™ve collected a handful of photos of spaces that others have shared that are inspiring me recently: Here is a peek at Amy Merrickâ€™s pop-up flower shop . . .
So, what were the gory details you ask? Well, thereâ€™s too much, and itâ€™s too complicated to get into fully.Â Letâ€™s just say the rug was simply pulled out from under me, and everyone else involved without being allowed or given the opportunity to restructure. A company came to me brandishing a . . .
I remember the first Harper's Bazaar I bought when I was a teenager. I was instantly in love with the visual storytelling through photography, the fabrics, the clothes. Many of the imagery was shot by photographers Patrick Demarchelier and Richard Avedon and to say that their work through this . . .
Itâ€™s no secret that I love textiles and patterns and spend much of my time creating them. In college I took a number of printmaking classes and really enjoyed the hands-on process of applying ink to paper. It is satisfying, especially in this age of computer generated everything, to actually roll . . .
I always say to my husband that an ideal business scenario for me would be to come up with the idea of a shop: to envision it, go through the logistics of opening it, design and furnish it, market it and then sell it to someone who would love to manage the day to day of it. Since Iâ€™m always . . .