Aspire To Inspire

Tagged: folk art

  1. PRIZE: MARBURGER FARMS

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    I am finally wrapping up my trip to Round Top and I wanted to make sure that I featured my favorite booth from the Marburger Farm’s show that I came across.  My interior aesthetic is complex and I usually don’t like to buy antiques from a booth that represents one particular aesthetic.  I like to […]

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  2. POWER IN NUMBERS: COLLECTIONS FROM ROUND TOP

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    I’ve been into merchandising for a very long time and it is something that I have always had a vision for and something that I really love to do. From merchandising retail spaces, to designer ‘s collections as well as merchandising my home, I love to group things together to make a statement.  For the […]

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  3. SOUTHWEST PILGRIMAGE: SALTON SEA & SALVATION MOUNTAIN

    My week long road trip to Texas was an epic journey of sights and experiences that I will never forget.  I will share all of our stops with you in the next week, hopefully you enjoy them visually as much as I did! The first stop was east of Los Angeles in the Coachella Valley […]

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  4. FLEA MARKET SUNDAY

    It’s been a busy few weeks for me getting back into the swing of things with work that I haven’t had anything to share with you lately.  I started a exercise and diet program that has kept me spending most of my time at the gym and the rest of the time at the grocery […]

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  5. SANTA FE FOLK ART FESTIVAL PART 3: INDIGO/DENIM TRENDS

    As I strolled thru the Folk Art Festival, I was reminded that many of the techniques and stylings we see in clothes today were originally started and hand crafted in indigenous countries all around the world before we ever saw them on the shelves of Anthropologie or Urban Outfitters.  From handmade embroidery in Peru to […]

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