5.30.2008

thank you, apartment therapy!



Gracious, is it press week or what? I've had loads of people to thank lately, and today my dear Laure from Apartment Therapy is one of them! I e-met Laure a few months ago when she was kind enough to let me feature her Daily, and now the tables have turned and I'm in the hot seat!

Not only did I open the doors to my home for an AT tour, but I dished to Laure on my messy garage, my upcoming move and the Jetsons.
To read the interview, click here.
OR, if you'd like to catch the slideshow of my home, click here.

25 comments:

Decor Fellow: James Saavedra said...

Midwest?! Say it Ain't So...

jess gonacha said...

YAY!! Congrats!! What a great interview. All I say is, you can't move before Ryan and I get back out to CA to visit again!!

design for mankind. said...

Yes, it's so. :( But I'm going to convert an old schoolhouse or barn and it will be fabulous!!!

AND. Don't worry, Jess--- I'll wait for you! :)

Thereza Rowe said...

Fab, Fab, Fab!!!!! i love your style Erin!
Congrats! :))

absolutelyawesomethings said...

Woow,Great blog! fantastic job you are doing!By the way thanks for visiting my blog.Ciao for now

quaint handmade said...

all erin all the time is all right! i love your style and what you did with the tv is BRILLIANT! loved seeing your nest.

karina said...

Congrats, sweet Erin!!!!

vol25 said...

wow, congrats! That is super exciting. :)

Melissa Lewis - Off The Wall said...

Great interview girl and awesome home! Thanks for the inside look and the fabulous pictures. You've got style:)

Samantha said...

What!!! Moving? When? Please say after August. We neeeeed to meet up when Dave and I come west.

Great interview.. Stunning home.

Marilyn said...

Are you kidding? You deserve all the press you get! :)

vintage ledger said...

Congrats on the press! Thanks for commenting on my blog. :)-kristine

Justine said...

a few things I love:
the fun tree print in the old fancy frame -- great juxtaposition!

The painting with the trees hung sideways over the fireplace -- fun composition!

Your ability to keep everything black and white in your office area -- that takes discipline!

diana said...

ooh, I'll have to go check out you on apartment therapy, I love a bit of organised collection. Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog. I checked out your etsy shop and love, love your inspiration poster. I love hidden words in posters. I'm currently doing a project on hidden words in eyecharts.

danica said...

Your home is so, so, so beautiful, Erin!

a~iek said...

I'd have to agree with James on the "Midwest" comment. Great article Erin - fabulous home also...(as I still here eating breakfast and I look around at the mess I've made from weeks of traveling).

design for mankind. said...

Awww, thank you so so so much everyone! :)

A few of you are questioning the Midwest motive, so I'll give you the skinny:

I'm from Indiana originally and moved to L.A. almost five years ago with my husband. We always planned to move back to start a family in Indiana where our parents and siblings all live, as well.

No, it's not the most glamorous place, but for me, it's home.

And no, I'm not starting a family quite yet, but perhaps that will be in the future.

The move is planned for this fall--- wish us luck and stay tuned for news on our Indiana home! :)

Krissy said...

Man, it looks like I miss out not checking in on my blogs on the weekends!!! That's awesome you were featured, and your home is gorgeous (I've told you that before from D*S...) You're one popular gal :) Hooray for moving to the midwest! Guess I'm partial though.

Hila said...

Well done Erin, that's fantastic!!

Karen said...

Congrats on the AT interview! Your house is beautiful :) Can't wait to see what you'll do with the new place in Indiana! :)

A Print A Day said...

i didn't know you posted on weekends too!

i think i may have seen your home in another blog...probably designsponge. i thought it was really pretty then, and still lovely now!

you deserve all the press girl!

and indiana! i've only been to illinois and minnesotta, mid-west-wise, which i love. i've always been curious about the other states. but i'm sure you'll be featuring much of it!

design for mankind. said...

Ha, I don't normally post on weekends, but I couldn't wait to give this update!!!

And thanks so much, guys--- I can't wait to show you my love for the Midwest, too! :)

Jennifer Ramos said...

Hey, thats great! I really LOVE the artwork over the fireplace...its great! All the best!


Jen Ramos
'100% Recycled DESIGNER Cards & More'
www.madebygirl.com
madebygirl.blogspot.com

design for mankind. said...

THANK YOU! :)

JLC Studio said...

Oooh, the midwest is the best (okay, I'm a little biased being from Chicago)...

Great interview and I LOVE your home...so light and bright with great collections :)

welcome.

because beauty lies in the details of design. in the pencil shavings, in the blueberry waffles. the vintage dress, framed portrait, old postcard.

design is inevitable. celebrated. design for mankind.

5.30.2008

thank you, apartment therapy!



Gracious, is it press week or what? I've had loads of people to thank lately, and today my dear Laure from Apartment Therapy is one of them! I e-met Laure a few months ago when she was kind enough to let me feature her Daily, and now the tables have turned and I'm in the hot seat!

Not only did I open the doors to my home for an AT tour, but I dished to Laure on my messy garage, my upcoming move and the Jetsons.
To read the interview, click here.
OR, if you'd like to catch the slideshow of my home, click here.

25 comments:

Decor Fellow: James Saavedra said...

Midwest?! Say it Ain't So...

jess gonacha said...

YAY!! Congrats!! What a great interview. All I say is, you can't move before Ryan and I get back out to CA to visit again!!

design for mankind. said...

Yes, it's so. :( But I'm going to convert an old schoolhouse or barn and it will be fabulous!!!

AND. Don't worry, Jess--- I'll wait for you! :)

Thereza Rowe said...

Fab, Fab, Fab!!!!! i love your style Erin!
Congrats! :))

absolutelyawesomethings said...

Woow,Great blog! fantastic job you are doing!By the way thanks for visiting my blog.Ciao for now

quaint handmade said...

all erin all the time is all right! i love your style and what you did with the tv is BRILLIANT! loved seeing your nest.

karina said...

Congrats, sweet Erin!!!!

vol25 said...

wow, congrats! That is super exciting. :)

Melissa Lewis - Off The Wall said...

Great interview girl and awesome home! Thanks for the inside look and the fabulous pictures. You've got style:)

Samantha said...

What!!! Moving? When? Please say after August. We neeeeed to meet up when Dave and I come west.

Great interview.. Stunning home.

Marilyn said...

Are you kidding? You deserve all the press you get! :)

vintage ledger said...

Congrats on the press! Thanks for commenting on my blog. :)-kristine

Justine said...

a few things I love:
the fun tree print in the old fancy frame -- great juxtaposition!

The painting with the trees hung sideways over the fireplace -- fun composition!

Your ability to keep everything black and white in your office area -- that takes discipline!

diana said...

ooh, I'll have to go check out you on apartment therapy, I love a bit of organised collection. Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog. I checked out your etsy shop and love, love your inspiration poster. I love hidden words in posters. I'm currently doing a project on hidden words in eyecharts.

danica said...

Your home is so, so, so beautiful, Erin!

a~iek said...

I'd have to agree with James on the "Midwest" comment. Great article Erin - fabulous home also...(as I still here eating breakfast and I look around at the mess I've made from weeks of traveling).

design for mankind. said...

Awww, thank you so so so much everyone! :)

A few of you are questioning the Midwest motive, so I'll give you the skinny:

I'm from Indiana originally and moved to L.A. almost five years ago with my husband. We always planned to move back to start a family in Indiana where our parents and siblings all live, as well.

No, it's not the most glamorous place, but for me, it's home.

And no, I'm not starting a family quite yet, but perhaps that will be in the future.

The move is planned for this fall--- wish us luck and stay tuned for news on our Indiana home! :)

Krissy said...

Man, it looks like I miss out not checking in on my blogs on the weekends!!! That's awesome you were featured, and your home is gorgeous (I've told you that before from D*S...) You're one popular gal :) Hooray for moving to the midwest! Guess I'm partial though.

Hila said...

Well done Erin, that's fantastic!!

Karen said...

Congrats on the AT interview! Your house is beautiful :) Can't wait to see what you'll do with the new place in Indiana! :)

A Print A Day said...

i didn't know you posted on weekends too!

i think i may have seen your home in another blog...probably designsponge. i thought it was really pretty then, and still lovely now!

you deserve all the press girl!

and indiana! i've only been to illinois and minnesotta, mid-west-wise, which i love. i've always been curious about the other states. but i'm sure you'll be featuring much of it!

design for mankind. said...

Ha, I don't normally post on weekends, but I couldn't wait to give this update!!!

And thanks so much, guys--- I can't wait to show you my love for the Midwest, too! :)

Jennifer Ramos said...

Hey, thats great! I really LOVE the artwork over the fireplace...its great! All the best!


Jen Ramos
'100% Recycled DESIGNER Cards & More'
www.madebygirl.com
madebygirl.blogspot.com

design for mankind. said...

THANK YOU! :)

JLC Studio said...

Oooh, the midwest is the best (okay, I'm a little biased being from Chicago)...

Great interview and I LOVE your home...so light and bright with great collections :)