Tag: book review

  • Interior Design Made Easier Than It Looks

    Interior Design Made Easier Than It Looks

    Miami-based DKOR Interiors, a boutique interior design firm based in North Miami, FL, has launched their first book DKOR Interiors portfolio and case study, where the all-female, four-person shop, led by principal Ivonne Ronderos make dreams come true for their clients. The book was her way of showing the... Continue Reading

  • Domestic Divas Don't Clean

    Domestic Divas Don't Clean

    Lisa Quinn is more than just an author, she's an interior designer, television host, wife, mother and a self-proclaimed fraud. The fraud moniker stems from the fact that she was advising folks on how to keep a perfectly clean and neat home, kind of like a Martha Stewart clone, but wasn't practicing what she was... Continue Reading

  • Where Did Your Rent Money Go? The Art of Buying Less

    Where Did Your Rent Money Go? The Art of Buying Less

    In Obsessive Consumption, Portland-based artist Kate Bingaman-Burt examines consumerism through art. Faced with credit card debt, Bingaman-Burt responded by documenting her experience through drawing and photography. The book represents a selection of three years worth of Bingaman-Burt's ink drawings. I had... Continue Reading