Bachelor Pad: The Sources!

Thanks for all the sweet comments yesterday! I totally loved doing this place, so it makes me glad that you guys get what I was going for and like the work I did! I mean, I birthed this space: design, art, photographed! I even built half the furniture in here, which was not a good thing for anyone involved. What I like about this space, is that everything is stuff almost anyone could buy. Its nothing D&D, it's not really anything secret or only available to decorators, its simple stuff...and all together it cost about the same as if someone just went into a Crate and Barrel and said … [Read more...]

The Art Party At Bungalow 5!

Some photos from the event that Bungalow 5 had the other night celebrating that they hung my art in their showroom:  Thanks  for a great night Bungalow 5! … [Read more...]

A Champagne Toast With Bungalow 5!

One of my favorite furniture companies, Bungalow 5, is displaying some of my paintings in their new (and gorgeous!) NYC showroom! To celebrate their new products, as well as my art, they are having a little champagne toast on Thursday, July 7, 6-8 PM. OF COURSE, I am so honored to display my work in with such amazing furniture and I would love for you all to come and join us for a drink! You can RSVP to or leave a comment or email me and I'll pass it along. SO EXCITED! … [Read more...]

New Stuff @ Bungalow 5

The new products that Bungalow 5, one of my FAVORITE companies is selling is so pretty it makes me want to cry. Someone please go buy that blue mirror. Please. Put it over a pretty dresser or desk... White, black, wood... whatever you decide, please send me a picture when you are done. Im also LOVING the limed oak. And the acid green chair with the rattan back... Hot. I like to imagine those chairs in a dining room with a pedestal table, maybe in white, or even black! These chairs are also perfect pulled up to a desk. You can buy these babies HERE but unfortunately, the prices are not … [Read more...]

Nailhead Heaven

Why, oh, why am I so in love with nailheads? You could slap a nailhead on a pile of crap and I would shadowbox it and put it on my mantle. I have to limit my nailheaded products to one per room. I really am actively NOT learning how to nailhead my own stuff because of what it would do to my house. So nail-heads used to be associated with masculine leather furniture. But now nailheaded furniture has the kind of detail that can be used in the most feminine of rooms. The detail is what makes it so attractive. Take this Marco Low Table from Bungalow5. I am in love with it. The table is … [Read more...]