PR for Interior Designers in 2023

Over the last two years, the home industry has soared. More people than ever are looking to interior designers to help make their homes better. My company does PR for interior designers, so we talk to design editors on a daily basis—securing full home tours in national and regional magazines all over the…

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When Nature Calls

City life will teach you to appreciate nature. Suddenly, grass under your bare feet becomes the greatest sensation in the world. Sometimes you need to stop and literally, smell the roses. Sure, cities have parks, but when you need to breathe in wide open spaces, there is only one place to go… Huntington…

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Macaroons…The New Cupcake?

Photo: Mike Trozzo
A few years ago thanks to bakeries like Magnolia (NYC) and Sprinkles (LA), cupcakes became a wild craze. Brides used them to replace the standard wedding cake, people stood in long lines for them and they replaced wine as the standard…
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800 Bottles of Wine on the Wall

If you haven’t heard, Culver City has arrived. It’s true there are plenty of ambitious restaurants to try if you haven’t already, but it’s the wine bar, Bottle Rock that has forced me to make the trek once a week to the city formerly known as home to Sony and not much else….

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If you're looking for a boutique hotel in South Kensington, look no further than The Cranley London, a charming townhome nestled in a neighborhood setting.

Small Luxuries

The Cranley Hotel London I  like five star (or is six the new five?) hotels as much as the next girl, but on a recent trip to Europe, I decided to nix the big chains and try something different. Small, luxury hotels it turns out can be more charming, more attentive and more…

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As Seen on Style Me Pretty: A Glamorous Fall Dinner Party Under the Stars

As Seen in Lonny Magazine: From Rundown Rental to Starter Chic