Emily Starr Alfano‘s beautiful farmhouse home tour is on Design Sponge today! Here’s a sneak peek at Emily’s whimsical style. More to come from this lovely home, and see the Design Sponge feature here!
A few weeks ago, I photographed a studio tour of Loyal Supply Co., a Union Square design firm and retailer. Ryan and Kimberly are the type of designers who you meet and then wonder – when do you ever sleep? They run a design firm and Kimberly prints letterpress, all while running their store, sourcing quality merchandise, and designing their own brand of accessories. But it doesn’t stop there, because they also have an online store, and their future goal is to have classes in their space. Drop by this artfully curated shop in Union Square and promote a local business! And say hi to their cute dog Huckleberry while you’re there. See more of this space at our feature on Design Sponge as well!
This was our first trip to Asia, and it was completely both visually overwhelming and stimulating. So many colors, so many people in the cities, so many weather-conditions (from misty and rainy to 105 degrees). We cruised on waterways, visited temples, saw remnants of bunkers from the war, went rock climbing, biked through rice paddies, and ate a ton. Here is a small selection from Ha Long Bay, the city of Hanoi, Hai Van Pass, Marble Mountain, and Hoi An. Some of our favorites listed below!
(Horizontal and vertical photos taken with the Fuji X-T1, square photos taken with the iPhone 6.)
Some of our favorites!
For this fun shoot I teamed up with Jessica Klein of Oh, I Design and Kathryn Yee of Bash Studio for Kathryn’s product launch of The Everyday Napkin, a hand-crafted napkin line made here in Massachusetts by Kathryn and her mother. I loved having coffee and chatting with these women! See more photos at Jessica’s post here: http://ohidesignblog.com/coffee-with-kathryn-of-the-everyday-napkin/
One of my favorite shoots of last fall! A beautiful, modern Boston loft with an airy feminine touch. I especially loved the neutral color palette, which let the view really shine, and the tiny pops of color injected throughout the space. Designed by Steve Santosuosso of Homepolish.