Tour My Marin County Interior Design Studio
A behind the scenes look at how I transformed our pool cabana into my design studio
My San Francisco Home Tour
A look inside our city apartment
Before & After: Benjamin’s Nursery Tour
How I transformed a closet into a nursery
Before & After: A Simple Home Office Update
Last year our graphic designer at Rue, Julie decided it was time to give her home office a little update. As a freelancer who often works from home, she needed a comfortable workspace that inspired her and kept her focused.
Tour My First San Francisco Apartment
Today I’m sharing all the details on the apartment I designed for myself when I first moved to San Francisco and before I married and began sharing a home with Andrew. After my light colored bachelorette pad in Chicago, I was excited to go in a completely different direction and play with dark colors when I arrived to San Francisco.
The Truth About Rue Magazine
In September 2010 Rue launched its premiere issue to 10 million pageviews. I was 27 at the time and our founding team of five was in New York City for our launch party.
Tour My Chicago Bachelorette Pad
I was 27 years old, newly single and living on my own in Chicago. It’s been years since this apartment was mine, but it still brings such fond memories every time I think of it.
Before & After: The Hartland Hotel Charity Project
Today I’m sharing a charity design project I worked on that started with an email from the team at One Kings Lane. They were working with the Hartland Hotel, a location providing affordable supportive housing to those transitioning out of homelessness, located in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood.
How to Get Published in a Magazine
Hands down, the number one question I get from interior designers is how to get published. Having your work featured in print or online is not only a validating milestone in your career, but also an excellent marketing opportunity for your business and brand.