I like many people am a huge fan of Emily Schuman, the creator of Cupcakes & Cashmere. The woman is a complete powerhouse with her entrepreneurialspirit and fantastic eye for anything design related. Needless to say, I have a lot of respect for her and I've also had the pleasure to spending time with her both professionally and in a more fun way, too! A coupleyears ago, I was contacted by her interior designer, who let me know Emily was interested in a large framed piece for her new living room. I was so flattered as well as very excited to see how the two of them decorated with her chosen print, Chicago, North Beach Ave. As you all I know - I absolutely love seeing how clients incorporate their new Gray Malin piece into their home.
"A stunningGray Malinpiece that completes our living room.." Emily wrote here.
I loved what she did with her brand new space. The colors really pop and the overall vibe is so welcoming! To see more about all of the details there, be sure to check out her Living Room Reveal, and now for the latest in her decorating projects. Emily posted today showing off her brand new work studio, which includes a medium framed triptych of Vietri Sul Mare in white.
When Emily and I spoke about what to incorporate into this new space, she expressed that she wanted something that would really fill space on the wall and make a statement. I knew right away that a diptych or triptych would do the trick. I'm such a proponent of this approach, we've created a Fill Your Wall Shop to help highlight all of the options available for those looking to mirror Emily's studio decor.
One thing I have to point out is mine and Emily's shared love of the neon sign..
"Whether it’s people we work with on our clothing line, our manager, Cupcakes and Cashmere contributors, or potential collaborators, lighting up the neon sign and welcoming people into our official brand headquarters feels amazing."
I couldn't agree more with her sentiment. It's without question I loved seeing what Emily did with her new work studio and I couldn't be happier for her and how it turned out! To see more, definitely be sure to head over to Cupcakes and Cashmere, and to get your own Fill Your Walls inspiration, we've got that for you right here.
photo credit - Cupcakes & Cashmere