Art Corner

If you haven't yet,  I hope you can set aside a little time this weekend to listen my recent interview with Karen and Zandra of Little Yellow Couch and the Style Matters Podcast. One of the topics that has resonated with listeners is the discussion we had about a few pieces of the art in my house.

This corner in my family room holds pieces that are dear to me for different reasons and happens to be where the only pieces of mass produced art can be found downstairs. My husband gave me the long architectural prints ages ago when we bought our first house. They're at least 6' long and very unique. The framed owl print on the media cabinet is by my dearest and bestest lifelong friend, Lori Vrba, who is a photographer and mixed media artist.

But what I get asked about most is the vintage coastal painting that literally hangs by a string.

Come hang with me and the ladies of Style Matters and hear why I think making thoughtful choices about the art in your home is one of the most overlooked opportunities in decorating.

Style Matters Podcast

Earlier this summer I talked with Zandra and Karen of Little Yellow Couch and hosts of the Style Matters Podcast. We had the best time chatting about my work as a prop stylist, decorating and the fear that comes with making design choices, thrift stores, crappy art and we even went deep with the question "why does style matter?"

These ladies know how to ask good questions and kept me on my toes. We kept coming back to the conversation of how fear can be paralyzing. It's a juicy convo but one that I hope will inspire you to not take your choices so seriously. It's just decorating! 

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