Welcome to August! Here in New York, it’s the summer winding down with one last month of strong sunshine and days by the pool. We’re taking one last deep breath before we’re heading into the busy Fall days filled with back to school prep and before we know it, the holiday season.
For August, we’re crushing on the energetic hue Tangerine. Tangerines themselves are a quick treat filled with flavor and a bit of an energy boost, sort of what we’re looking to get out of the last days of summer! It’s said to represent new projects, happiness, energy and motivation. This color is a great transitional hue to still keep some of the summer spirit alive, while transitioning our minds and our homes to cozy fall days. Read on for our designer approved tips on how to try Tangerine in your space!
Every Wednesday, Stacy hosts design and color experts from different industries for an inspiring discussion. On this weeks' episode, Stacy got to host the one and only Breegan Jane!
As a Los Angeles-based interior designer, author, philanthropist and mom to two boys, Breegan Jane is a dynamic voice in the industry. She hosts HGTV’s The House My Wedding Bought and is a featured face on programs including Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Property Brothers, Fix My Fail, and more. Breegan originally honed her design skills as a creative director and marketing professional for a leading luxury yacht manufacturer, which catapulted her experience in the industry.
Read on for the 3 main take aways from this exciting discussion!
Welcome to July! This month, we’ve fallen for the soft, tranquil shade Robin’s Egg. Robin’s themselves are symbolic of new growth and renewal, and their beautiful powder-blue eggs are also often said to be symbolic of joy, hope and clarity. As we’re entering the first full month of Summer as we settle into some normalcy, that’s something I think we can all get behind.
The iconic hue of Robin’s Egg blends well with a plethora of colors like, coral, gray and yellow. To bring a little joy and welcome new beginnings into your home, read on for our favorite ways to use Robin’s Egg.