Thank you so much to Laura DeSisto, Colby Radomski and Corrina Raznikov for taking a trip down to the textile mill in Rhode Island and learning about how I design and produce hand screened textiles. We had a fun day of shooting at the mill, and was thrilled to see photos from that day along with some of my recent projects featured in the article! Check it out here.
A recent project I completed for clients in Middletown, Rhode Island involved a complete interior overhaul -- updating paint, bathrooms, all lighting, carpeting and a kitchen renovation which left the current cabinets intact but redesigning the island. Painting the cabinets in a bright white with new countertops, hardware, sink fixtures and lighting transformed the room a lightened the palette. Read more about the project and browse photos in the Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, June 4, 2017 edition here. Thank you to Marni Elyse Katz for writing the article!
Tracy Foley and I are honored to have been featured in New England Home's September/October 2016 issue in "Rooms We Love: Show House Stars" by Paula M. Bodah (p. 78). The space we had designed at the 2016 Junior League of Boston Show House was the Bar -- a room situated between the parlor and dining room of the historic Nathaniel Allen House in Newton, MA. You can read the article on the NE Home blog, and find out more about our inspiration for the design here, along with a before photo here. And p.s. we were thrilled to share the page with our dear and talented friend, Mally Skok and to be featured with our show house neighbors Gerald Pomeroy, Scott Bell...
Thank you Lynda Simonton and New England Home for including my hand-screen printed fabrics in the July/August 2016 issue. We love that you describe the designs as "snappy!" Please check out the digital issue (and this, on page 174) over here.
Thank you everyone for your incredible feedback! We appreciate that you helped support the Junior League of Boston and the Newton Cultural Alliance by coming out to see the Show House! Please click on each image to read the full articles. Pam, Pam, Pam...you are too nice! and from the talented designer that you are, Tracy and I are truly flattered! (click on Posh Palettes Blog below).