I am so excited to be making our first post in a long time!! I am back and ready to share lots of new ideas with our new product line. The first is making your own mini quilt. It is so easy and so darn cute! See images below and share with me how yours turns out.
Hi all, I have no idea why it has taken me so long to post about what an amazing time we had at the Dwell on Design Show in LA. Dwell Magazine welcomed us not only in the magazine, but also on stage with Amanda Dameron AND with a booth at the show. It was so exciting to be able to exhibit with the best in modern design across the country. We met lots of new people all making amazing things. BUT best of all we met some new fans of our products. I LOVE it when kids come up and get so excited about our dollhouses that I can’t help but give them away! We got to launch our new Modern stackable dollhouse at the show and sold bunches of them to modern people everywhere. Here are some photos of our exhibit and highlights from the show. My husband the architect was like a kid in the candy store running around taking photos 🙂
I have been so excited about starting this series of “Make it” for your huset that I spent all day working on our first one, Primrose. I have started a board on pinterest with English cottage inspiration (you can link to it here). It will take a few days to post all of the things I made but I hope you are excited to follow along and ask any questions along the way! Enjoy! Day one: Supplies
Some of you know that I started this little company because of my own house in Chicago. My husband is an architect and I went to undergrad for architecture as well. When we bought our house back in 2010 it was a total mess, but given our backgrounds we were looking for a project. Over the past 4 years we have been updating it making it a “new modern home”. I posted our basement renovation last year and wanted to post about our kitchen too! Next project is the back yard (once the snow melts). click here for the photos on Houzz Before
We were so flattered to be included in the Columbia publication Demo back in the spring. It was so fun having some photos in the studio. I am usually the person behind the camera so it was a big change for me to be the person being photographed. All photos by Jacob Boll