The last few months have been off the charts hectic, in a good way. One of the projects I’m working on is a new beach house on Meads Bay Beach in Anguilla. I don’t know how or why our job site suffered only a little damage during Hurricane Irma, the strongest hurricane ever recorded in … Continue reading Work in Progress – Anguilla, British West Indies
Put me firmly in the YES camp. I’m the middle of sourcing cabinets for our Anguilla Beach House Project. As I read various online design magazines and blogs, it appears that white kitchens are “out”. People are sick of them. Apparently, they are boring and show no creativity. I disagree. I strongly believe that kitchens … Continue reading White Kitchens – Yes or No?
The two things people ask me all the time when they’ve learn how long I’ve lived here are, if I have any regrets or when am I moving back to America. If this were a sabbatical, I would’ve moved back by now and more importantly, I wouldn’t have gone through the hell that is getting … Continue reading Ten Years Ago I Moved to Rome, Italy
Breakups are stressful. Moving is stressful. Moving after a breakup? We’re talking stress squared. Anika Jackson, VP at Real Beauty Real Women, asked me to write a decorating post with some tips on how to make the transition a bit smoother. To read the rest of the post, click HERE. Continue reading Decorating 101 for the Suddenly Single
Edited by Carl Dellatore, INTERIOR DESIGN MASTER CLASS: 100 Lessons From America’s Finest Designers On The Art of Decoration, is an outstanding book. Although it’s geared towards students of design and professionals, this book would appeal to anyone who’s curious about interiors. The book is divided into six sections: theory, structure, style, process, elements, and … Continue reading The Design Files – Interior Design Master Class
As many of you know, my family is from the Caribbean with the majority living in St. Martin and Anguilla. There have been plenty of articles in the international press, and videos, showing the complete devastation and aftermath. As of today, we’re still waiting to hear about one of our relatives. We are sick with … Continue reading St. Martin and Anguilla Pre Hurricane Irma
Last summer I was interviewed by the lovely Tamu McPherson owner/creator of All The Pretty Birds. Those who follow fashion know what a big deal Ms. McPherson is in the industry. She’s a smart, dynamic, woman with a strong style POV. Tamu is also kind, down to earth, and hilarious. When she said she wanted … Continue reading My Tamu’s Cafe Interview