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How to See by George Nelson

I’m sure many of you are familiar with the legendary George Nelson. From his iconic lamps and lighting, to his clocks, furniture, and years of creative direction at Herman Miller, he was a leader in design and one of the founders of American Modernism. But did you know he was also a pretty prolific writer and photographer as well? In 1977, George Nelson released a book he called, “How To See – Visua
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Desert X

Palm Springs has always been known for it’s warm sunny weather, relaxing vibes, and incredible amount of mid-century modern design. Now, it’s on the fast track for also being a world class art world destination. It’s been a little over a month now that Desert X has been open to the public. Desert X is a curated exhibition of site-specific installations from established and emerging artists that are
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Mundane Aesthetic: Envelopes

Whoo! We’ve reached number 10 in my #AnAssemblyOfThings series. This image is available as a free downloadable wallpaper to dress your tech! Click here to download this as well as other free goodies. Photo and styling by J3 Productions
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Unison Home Challenge Spring 2017

This post is in collaboration with Unison Home. All opinions are my own. A few weeks ago, my friends at Unison Home invited me to take part in their #unisonhomechallenge. The challenge itself is pretty simple: Redecorate a room with some of the great products that Unison Home carries, document and share! Recently, my friend Paul moved into a new house, and while the rest of the place was coming along, the guest bedro
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Mundane Aesthetic : Perfume

As Neely says, “Sparkle Neely Sparkle!” Here is image number nine in my series #AnAssemblyOfThings. The image is available as a free downloadable wallpaper to dress your tech! Click here to download this as well as other free goodies. Photo and styling by J3 Productions
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COS Essentials

This post is in collaboration with COS stores. All opinions are my own. Do you love COS? I am such a huge fan of their modern and minimal take on dressing. The COS pieces I own have totally become my go-to pieces. They’re great simple designs work with so many pieces, yet they can also stand on their own. For Spring, COS are taking that concept and pulling together a sub-collection of pieces and are calling it
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Mundane Aesthetic: Chess

Game on for a new week! Here is image number eight in my series #AnAssemblyOfThings. The image is available as a free downloadable wallpaper to dress your tech! Click here to download this as well as other free goodies. Photo and styling by J3 Productions
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World’s Favorite Color

If you’ve been following this blog or Instagram, you’ll know that color is definitely something I’m not afraid of, and in fact plays such a big part everything I do. Color is such a powerful thing. With endless combinations, variations, and effects, it’s hard to imaging trying to whittle them down to one. Now, when I was a kid, my favorite color started out as Red. Then as I got a little older
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Mundane Aesthetic: Pink Persuasion

“I’ve never known a girl like you before…” A little “Pink Persuasion” to start your week off. Here is image number seven in my series #AnAssemblyOfThings. The image is available as a free downloadable wallpaper to dress your tech! Click here to download this as well as other free goodies. Photo and styling by J3 Productions
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The Bigger Picture – Daisy Jacobs

Happy Friday folks! For today’s TGIF videobreak, I stumbled upon this incredible short animated film that came out a few years ago called “The Bigger Picture“. It truly blew. my. mind. From the completely unique look, the styling, and then the poignant story, you’ll be mesmerized and touched. It’s won numerous awards and rightly deserved. Watch below: And to completely obliterate what
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