Monthly Archives: July 2015



There’s no denying it anymore- style has come to Boulder and it’s here to stay. With the rebound of the economy and new retail acquisitions like Cedar & Hyde, Nod & Rose, and Alpine Modern, you can no longer open a competitive retail business with minimal attention paid to the design. Quite the contrary, as… [Cont.]


Big Picture Decorating

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I’m currently finishing up a family room re-do (pictured) that has raised the issue of big picture decorating, something that I anticipate with every project. What is big picture decorating? Simply, choosing pieces that work with the style and needs of the entire room, not only a part of it. And what that looks like… [Cont.]




I can remember, vividly, when Marc Jacobs-helmed Louis Vuitton released their collection designed by Japanese contemporary artist, Takashi Murakami. Seeing the staid, iconic Vuitton logo reimagined as a rainbow of youthful, poppy fun made me crazy with bag lust; to this day, I don’t think I’ve ever wanted anything more. But over the next year,… [Cont.]