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I’m adoring the bright and punchy Tokyo-inspired collection from kate spade new york! I’ve collected my favorites to share but be sure to ¬†check out the entire collection here.

Color + Leopard + Black + Emerald = all of my favs!

Emily McCarthy's Style Crush : Tokyo inspired collection from kate spade

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Branding your Home

Most would assume these two concepts do not go together. But for me, I believe anything can be branded to represent your style, home, family and personality. A brand can be brought to life through your business, lifestyle, personal style, event and home. Today, I’ll be talking about how to develop a brand for your home and implement into all aspects from interiors to entertaining. I am often commissioned to design a Couture Monogram for a couple or family. There are many different ways to incorporate a monogram into the home – with advancements in printing and embroidery – the possibilities are endless! Sources like www.SpoonFlower.com¬†allow us the ability to screen print fabric, wallpaper and wrapping paper by the yard. By uploading your monogram, you can create various repeats to create a custom look for you. By ordering fabric, you can easily have furniture covered, drapes designed and linens made for entertaining. I love the idea of ordering a couple rolls of wallpaper and installing an accent wall in a powder room or dining room.

Take a look at the concepts I put together to demonstrate all of the various ways to incorporate your own monogram or family crest. Each letter creates a unique pattern repeat and looks lovely embroidered on furniture and pillows.

Let your imagination run wild – if you need help branding your home, email us at [email protected]. We also love working with interior designers and event planners as well – two talented worlds uniting!

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Everyday Etiquette No. 24 by Emily McCarthy

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Everyday Etiquette No. 23 by Emily McCarthy

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Categories: everyday etiquette