Field Notes: Fire Island

If there's one thing I miss about living in New York, it's easy access to the coast. Colorado has a lot of things, but a large body of water is not one of them. And while the pros definitely outweigh the cons, a change of scenery is good for the soul. Add in lazy mornings, icy dips in the Atlantic, salty air, shoreside runs, and well, I was in my happy place to say the least...

Piece x Piece: One Cardigan, Three Ways

Weather in Colorado has its benefits. There are those token 70 degree days in February, sunshine almost every day, and the rare days of bad weather are almost always short-lived. But it can also change in an instant, with huge temperature swings to prove it. Warm and sunny quickly gives way to crisp and gray, so I’ve found that having layers in my capsule wardrobe this season has been key...

Studio Remodel (Week No. 2): Curating Interior Inspiration

I’m a huge fan of mood boards. In fact, we joke at home that I can’t even butter my toast without creating a mood board for it first. ;) I’m all about having a vision for where you’re headed. Kidding aside, last week I recapped all that’s gone into the studio remodel to get it to the place that it is now. Much of that was resurfacing floors and walls, but this week, I thought it’d be fun to walk you through my process of designing the interior...

Studio Remodel (Week No. 1): The Studio Beginnings

It was around July 4th last year that I felt the urge to blitz my workspace. I had been living with the status below for some time, and I had the rather impulsive decision that it was THE WEEKEND to get this in working order. By Friday at 5pm, I had not only cleared out my office, but also changed into my home reno attire (face mask, googles, and all) and begun soaking our popcorn ceilings to prepare for scraping...