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Call me Ginger Spice… but I’m really into girl power. I’m thrilled to share with you a brand new book release (which oozes girl power) by fellow entrepreneur Julianne Taylor, Creative Director + Founder of Taylor Burke Home. { Publisher: Fashion + Décor Publishing }”Who is this for?” you might ask. As noted by Traditional Home’s own Tori Mellott, its “For every woman who’s ever entertained the thought of starting her own business in the field of design… Not just another pretty coffee table book, Julianne Taylor’s colorful and helpful compendium of insight for making it in the design world will always be on the top of your pile as you’ll be referencing it over and over again!”

What’s even more fun is that I was chosen to be a part of this book. To be able to share my experience, my vision, and speak on my passions is one of my greatest joys in life. Thank you so much, Julianne for allowing me to be a part of such a wonderful, forward thinking creation.

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A portion of the proceeds will be donated to organizations that support rising entrepreneurs.

This inspiring book features 35 female entrepreneurs in the home décor industry. All of the women featured are product developers and/or significant influencers in the industry. It offers a behind-the-scenes look at insightful tips and tricks to pushing past the start-up phase into a viable long-term business. DesignHER is a collection of 33 real and sometimes humorous short stories that explain the pitfalls and mistakes these female entrepreneurs made in breaking into the home décor industry. It’s definitely the ideal book for those interested in starting their own business, learning about the home décor industry, and/or looking for inspirational success stories.

“I am thrilled to present you the stories of some truly inspiring women shaping today’s home decor industry. By celebrating the success of each individual in DesignHER, we set the stage for continued support, collaboration and connection that has the power to elevate us all.”

– Julianne Taylor, Author

The book includes a plethora of amazing women and businesses (also TSC contributors) including Taylor Burke Home & Julianne Taylor, Meg Braff, Jill Sorensen, Jill Sorensen, Emporium Home & Ashley Childers, Dana Gibson Design, Emily McCarthy, Chairish & Anna Brockway, Katie Kime, Ro Sham Beaux, Ann Yancy, Lacefield, Beth Lacefield, Times Two Design, Lauren Renfrow, Shine by S.H.O., Susan Hornbeak-Ortiz, Lindsay Cowles Designs, Waiting on Martha, Mandy Kellogg Rye, Victoria Larson, Jamie Dietrich Designs, Mitchell Black, Lynai Jones, Design Campus, Lori Dennis and Kelli Ellis , Rivers Spencer Collection, Rivers Spencer, Repurpose Recolor, Cari Cucksey, Leland Gal, Maggie Mielczarek, Dunes & Duchess, Stacy Kunstel, Cotton + Quill, Mary Catherine Folmer, Sherrill Canet Interiors, Jill Rosenwald Designs, Society Social, Roxy Te Owens, Addison Weeks, Kat Mulford & Lee Lesley, Barbara Cosgrove Lamps, Vancollier, Beth Collier, Tritter Feefer, ML Littlefield, Lucy Smith Designs, The Antiques Diva, Toma Clark Haines, and Mirth Studio, Sally Bennett.

Pick up your copy of the book at Amazon.com or via info@taylorburkehome.com

(You may also recognize some of the content from this post from my blog post on The Southern C!)

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Pssst, things are feeling rather celebratory around here! (You know how much we just adore a good party.) The talented Kimberly Whitman has published an ode to the monogram showing their ever present status in the modern home. Monograms are the new language of chic, and they offer countless ways to brand your life. We were thrilled that we got to lend our own style to the pages. 

Celebrating the grand entrance of monograms into today’s requirements for a curated domain, Monograms for the Home dusts off the idea of the family insignia being a relic and shows it shining bright as a reclaimed staple. Purchase a copy for your own monogrammed home by clicking here.

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Which signature monogram pieces do you display in your home?

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Head over to Style Me Pretty Living for a little Q&A with yours truly! Beautiful images from Kelli Boyd Photography.

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