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Feb 26, 2021

๐Ÿ“ Research: Togo Furniture


The Togo line of design furniture for Ligne Roset was first presented to the public in Paris in October 1973, and remains one of the iconic furniture lines of the 20th Century. Its weird bohemian vibe and sensual curves can make any room instantly more interesting and nappable (nappable can be defined as the qualities or conditions that create a good nap). 

Feb 23, 2021

Steph Stuff™

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Rare Q&A with Steph

What is the best way to keep a room smelling fresh? Do you like candles, incense, sprays? Recommendations?
Don burns a lot of incense around the house. If you're not careful, your home can begin smelling like a college dorm room. Selection is key. We love all the stick incense from Kuumba International. They don't saturate your clothes or linger in your house. If you don't like incense, we also burn palo santo wood. If you're ever in Denver, check out Sacred Thistle. It's one of our favorite shops – in addition to palo santo wood, they also have some killer ceramics, plants, and these really unique candleholders that we love. If you don't like burning things... you can always pick up some room spray. Aesop makes a nice one.

Feb 14, 2021

Feb 9, 2021

๐ŸŽจ Artist: Rob Mulholland

Rob Mulholland is a sculptor and environmental artist based in the United Kingdom who exhibits throughout the U.K and world-wide and undertakes both public and private commissions.

Feb 8, 2021

On Writing

Just start writing. Do a page a day. None of it will be any good. But the practice of writing is like zen. It's a process. It helps with balance. I always seem to come back to writing when things aren't working. Or when it feels like things aren't connecting. Writing reinforces patience. It reminds me that all things are connected – that all things are exactly where they need to be in this moment – the past, present, and future... all connected. Write to synthesize it. To connect yourself to it. There are answers in writing. Not in the words, but in the act. The act of writing is it. That's the thing.