White Is The New Grey

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5 years ago when I started Mile High Style, the color grey was first breaking into the mainstream as the next big thing. Replacing the tired tan and that outdated yellow-y cream, I’ve used some shade of light grey* in nearly every interior project, loving the results. Grey walls look modern and calm and go with every… [Cont.]

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It’s hard to believe it’s been 2 years since Willow came into town, filling a major gap in contemporary women’s fashion. I bring all my clients in, I shop myself, and am so excited to help them celebrate this fabulous anniversary! Please come by this Thursday night for a great party + amazing giveaways!

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How To Pair Boots + Skirt

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As Fall is just about here, it’s time to address a permanently popular look and why it’s so rarely done right. Every September, women get excited about pairing boots with skirts and dresses, and although so many love this look, few know how to wear it correctly. Let me help you fix this- The reason… [Cont.]

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My Redesign

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I recently began work on a living room redesign for a client that is exacting, impatient, and impossible to please: me. You might assume that working in the world of interior design, I would love redoing my own space and want to regularly switch up the design, but nothing could be further from the truth…. [Cont.]

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The Cool Shit

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Without a doubt, putting the finishing touches (aka ‘the cool shit’) in a room is my favorite part of the design process- those unique and sometimes one-of-a-kind pieces are what make your space different, and cool, and yours. Living in NYC, you practically stumble onto cool shit on the regular, but in Colorado, despite our reserves… [Cont.]

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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.]

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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.]

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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.]

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I’ve spoken of both my affection for painted window trim and my disdain for accent walls; now that I’ve completed three different spaces all featuring painted windows of different colors, I’m ready to publicly make the call: painted window trim is the new accent wall. Ask any reputable design professional, and they should agree that the… [Cont.]

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PROMOTION: VOSS

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VOSS Art & Home is hands down the best thing to happen to the Boulder retail scene in a long time. I profiled them here back in February, and now they’re sponsoring our last Month of Mom promotion! Through the rest of May, enjoy 20% off everything (pop-up shop excluded)! Image via voss.com

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