Welcome back to Hot Sauce, the series where I do a deep dive into current trends that I see in interior design. I have always loved insect motifs, which first came onto my radar in the context of Victorian jewelry. I love this theme and was excited when, a few months ago, when I started seeing insects and bugs pop up in product lines and on Instagram.
Welcome to the first installment of my new blog series, Sauce Makers, where I interview small businesses, creative entrepreneurs, and artists to share their stories. My first interview is with July Laban, a Brooklyn based ceramicist that I met through Instagram.
Last weekend I staged, styled, and shot the home of some dear friends of mine in Darien, Connecticut, so they can list their home for rent. You can see the listing here!
Work is bringing my friends and their family back to the city, but their house is such a gem that they are going to rent it out. This place was truly a joy to photograph because of the beautiful design and great light. It is under a five minute walk to the Metro North, close to shops, and family friendly. Whoever snaps this place up will be very lucky!