introducing our pillow shop!

You guys! Our shop is open! We're thrilled to finally share our vision for these vintage, one-of-a-kind, unique pillows and make them accessible to everyone on the internets! To celebrate, we're going give you an exclusive, behind-the-scenes, for-your-eyes-only look at the process behind these puppies. And also show you a lot of pretty photos. 

We're always scouring at the nearest flea market, antique mall or vintage store and we've come across some pretty great fabrics along the way. Inspiration from the beautiful, vintage prints paired with our love for pillows, spawned the idea for our own shop, which will always have a unique style and changing product. As long as you, my dear kind sweet reader, create the demand. WINK WINK WINK. Cough* go buy some* Cough. 

We started off by having custom pillows made out of our found fabrics for clients here and there, and realized along the way how much we love designing and specifying how each one should look. It's proven to be quite hands on, which is very gratifying. We chose a lovely linen for the back and a brass zipper that we especially love exposed, map each individual pillow for the best pattern placement possible and once made, style and take pictures!  

Thank you for coming to our internet launch party, now go see the shop for yourselves and enjoy browsing! 

before + after: greenwich village loft

We love a good before and after as much as the next shmoe and we're happy to say we've got another one for you on this happy Friday. Our client Sach lives in a jaw-droppingly gorgeous New York City apartment with lots and lots of vintage charm. Beautiful exposed brick walls and tall ceilings come together to make the lovely bones that is her home. Believe it or not, this is the result of a Revive Box and we love it when we're local enough to style and photograph the finished product! 

Sach has great taste and replaced her sofa, ottoman and drapery on her own and mounted the TV above the fireplace before we even began the project. We created a floor plan, specified a few additional furniture pieces, artwork, accessories and suggested some solutions to tricky spots of the room. We also got to work with my very talented artist friend, Michelle, to create the large abstract statement piece just for Sach. Basically, it was a fun project with a lot of collaborating and now I want to move in. I promise I won't not eat your pop-tarts and peanut-butter filled pretzels. Thanks to Sach for choosing us and letting us share your space! 

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