Monday, March 1, 2010

Check out my interview on Joey and Lana Make a House a Home

I was honored when Lana of Joey and Lana Make a House a Home, asked me to answer a few questions to feature on the blog. Here are just a few questions and answers, with a couple images to illustrate. Hope you had a great weekend!

2. When did you start blogging?: What drove you in the direction home design? I started blogging June 2008. I think I’ve always been interested in interior design. I’ve been a chronic re-arranger my ever since I was a little kid. For me, setting up my room was how I played. That interest was brought back to life in 2007 when I signed a lease for a beautiful studio in a Brownstone. I didn’t have the faintest idea how to make a studio feel like a home. So online I went, discovered amazing design blogs, amazing ideas, and I was hooked! I’d been living in my studio for 8 months and was having so much fun turning it into a space that reflected my tastes, and I wanted to share that joy with everyone else and all the great design resources I’d found along the way.


3. What has been your favorite post?: I can’t think of a particular favorite, but I do have a favorite “style of post.” I tend to like my posts on organizing ideas, especially for home offices, because they are usually ideas I can implement without spending any money, and best of all, they motivate me to work. Here’s an example http://decorology.blogspot.com/2009/09/gorgeous-home-office-and-organization.html

3 comments:

Vanessa said...

Nice to learn more about you. I love home office images too - always motivates me to keep mine neat and to have pretty accessories!

Anonymous said...

Fun. I read your interview and on the second home question, your description fits Savannah, Georgia to a "t." Highly recommend at least a visit to the first city in Georgia.

You will lOVe the boutiques, restaurants/cafes, million park squares, old old architecture and it's totally by the beach w/ a few connected islands to boot.

Ashley said...

@anonymous - it's so funny you say that. I went to Savannah once just for a day to visit SCAD before I picked a college and loved it. I always have this little nudge of a thought to live there sometime. Needless to say, you've made that nudge a little stronger. -Thanks!

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