"I always want to be in ease and flow and meaning so I am constantly weeding out what's no longer necessary and rearranging to bring forward something that is calling."
Take a tour of Becky Etchberger's beautiful and light-filled Williamsburg apartment.
"I like to remind myself that in our behavior, actions, and the way we treat others, we are constantly telling people who we are and what we want. That sentiment extends to what we wear and how our homes look...I've worked hard to clear my own mental and emotional clutter, and I like to think my space now represents that same thing."
"I am in the midst of one of the most fulfilling moments in my entire life. I have crystal clear clarity of what I am supposed to do in my life right now and I am doing it...I had no idea my life would look like this at 38. It’s rad all around."
"These voices warm my home with stories of where I've traveled to, who I have shared time with, and how far I have come on my journey. It's a great reminder of impermanence, gratitude, and solidarity."
Chelsea Fuss is a European transplant who learned, as she tells us, "to embrace a messy but beautiful life, and that can be applied to everything, even to home."
Casey Keasler of Casework Interior Design takes on a home renovation of her own and offers professional tricks, tips and advice to solo dwellers interested in remodeling their space.
Sometimes the perfect respite from life's unpredictability is a favorite spot in our homes. For Tiffany Wendel, a professional stylist and mother of twins, redesigning her home after a divorce sounded like the perfect form of self care. With deep, textured greens and airy blues comprising the design direction of each room, it seems every inch of Tiffany's home is meant to pay homage to calmness, balance and, the thing she loves most of all, the ocean.
Designer Casey Keasler of Casework is sharing a before and after of the Portland home she is redoing for herself, by herself.
In our latest installment of the Single Women and Their Spaces series, we tour the home of artist and designer, Julianne Johnson. It seems every corner of this house is designed with intension to optimize space, not only for living, but also for dreaming.
On a very special Single Women and Their Spaces, we spoke to The Bungalow founder, Christine Sanders, about the challenges of raising a child as a single mother, overcoming grief while maintaining a successful business and savoring life's little moments every day.
We're taking a tour of Sophie C'est La Vie's creative space, a Brooklyn tattoo artist with a colorful and dynamic sense of style.