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A Closet Fit For A Stylist

“You need a wall of shoes.” That was the first thing my friend Jason, the owner the NYC bar, The Wayland, when he saw the sad looking closet area in our new Brooklyn apartment. Jason designed his award-winning bar (DailyCandy even declared it the best bar in the country for 2013) from reclaimed materials, such as flooring from a school gym that was torn down a few blocks away and even a wine casket that creates the perfect
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Insta-Redecorating

I’m a little embarrassed by this picture above, to be honest. I’ve lived in my Brooklyn condo for 9 months now and have spent all of my time and money (hence some of my last fall wardrobe that you may be sick of already) updating each room. With summer just around the corner, I’m thinking of getting a cooling system installation, but that’s for another time! One of the first things I did of course was get my
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How To Cover An Eye-Sore In Your Home

art by Randy Howard When we found our condo in Brooklyn, there were certain elements that nearly turned me off—and I’m sure other potential buyers as well—one of which being these eye-sore of air conditioner units being the focal point of two rooms. While I can’t complain that we have a/c during summers in the city (#firstworldproblems?), I didn’t love that was the first thing I noticed when I walked into the room. My solution was to hang
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Friday Favorites: Office Edition

image courtesy of Jonathan Rodriguez When I recently moved into my new condo in Brooklyn, I was psyched to finally have a separate office space for both my styling and jewelry line, instead of taking over half of our living room with clothing racks, files, bags, etc. I turned this little lower level nook into my home office space, but found I was using it more as a storage space (thanks to a huge closet) and working upstairs.
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