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  1. Have you ever wondered how to decorate your home for the holidays while maintaining a sense of simplicity and modernism? Don’t get me wrong, I love the over-the-top quality of the holidays and the nostalgic magic of Christmas because deep down it makes my 12-year-old heart very happy. But as I get older and work toward curating …

  2. Amanda Jane Jones, be still our design-devoted hearts. You likely know Amanda from her work with Kinfolk, where as the founding art director, her minimalist and sharp approach to layout changed the game of modern magazines. Or perhaps you recognize her kind smile and cute kids from Instagram, where she’s gained a sizeable flock of followers. …

  3. BROUGHT TO YOU BY Sonos One

    PHOTOS BY Judith MarilYn

    A year has transpired since we set up shop in Studio 125, and I’m still not totally used to working with other people. Not necessarily working with, but in proximity to others. While I spent 6 years in an open office setting, I worked solo for a very long time. As a contractor, I would be …

  4. Studio 125 and Wit & Delight are excited to announce that we are hosting a very merry Holiday Market at Studio 125 on Saturday, December 16, 2017, from 11 am – 4 pm featuring a variety of curated local vendors. Expect to see clothing, jewelry, home goods, vintage wares and other beautifully designed accessories this weekend. …

  5. BROUGHT TO YOU BY SAMSUNG

    PHOTOS AND VIDEO COURTESY OF ALCHEMY X AND BARBARIAN

    I’m so excited to reveal one of my favorite decor projects of 2017! Way back in August, Samsung reached out to see if we’d be interested in designing a space inspired by what they called “the most beautiful TV you’ve never seen.” Naturally, I was dubious, but I soon found out this client was not kidding. …

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  7. I take deep pleasure in cooking. First and foremost because I have a love and appreciation for food that most definitely teeters on an unhealthy obsession. But I also love cooking because it distracts me from the enormous pile of filth that is our world and at times, my brain. I do it often enough that …

  8. It’s Friday night and I have big plans. I transition from week into weekend through a full production of getting ready. After work, I shower and prep for the night ahead, except I linger a little longer under the shower head, steaming the bathroom up to its full potential. I even use my expensive, fancy shampoo. …

  9. December 1st kicked off day one of Nisolo’s Holiday Bundle Up campaign and we are so excited to be a small part of this initiative! I have been a longtime follower and fan of Nisolo; I’ve always admired their well designed and ethically made goods, not to mention I absolutely love my pair of Ecuador sandals. I …

  10. There are two types of gift givers. Those who enjoy the process of perfectly measuring, cutting, folding, and taping together a gift that is as delightful and thoughtful as what’s inside. Or, you have people like me, who are thinking about the 15 other things they need to do as they haphazardly hack their way through crunching, …

  11. When you’re missing someone you love, you rarely feel the loss quite as sharply as during the holidays. I haven’t had a close family member die, but I’ve had to grieve the end of several treasured relationships. And I’ve walked beside people I love through their own grief. I know the holidays can be brutal. If …

  12. BROUGHT TO YOU BY Samsung

    PHOTOS and Video Courtesy of Alchemy X and Barbarian

    A TV saved my marriage. I kid, I kid, but there is teeny bit of truth here. Who knew a TV (not a TV show, or a TV doctor) but an honest to goodness, physical, electronic device could have been such a pain point in my marriage? But more on that later. Like most red-blooded Americans, …

  13. “Syntax and sensibility: Nobody wed them quite like Joan Didion,” says New York Times columnist Frank Bruni, in a profession of love to Joan and her unusually placed prepositional phrases. Nobody does anything quite like Joan Didion. The way she almost unsentimentally audits death and memory. The way she waves a bony index finger, more knowing …