weekly wrap up

Debbie Carlos Prints + Weekly Wrap Up

by Stephanie

There are so many reasons to celebrate this week. Our team finalized the details and signed the contract for our second Design*Sponge Book with Artisan (yay!), our very own Silka is getting married this weekend (double yay!) and one of my favorite artists, Debbie Carlos, just released a new set of prints and a gorgeous guest print by Breanna Musgrove of Scout and Catalogue. While Silka’s big day is the main reason I’m happy this week, I’m also loving these incredible new posters from Debbie and Breanna. The guest piece from Breanna is a gorgeous large-scale ode to marbling and the stone pieces from Debbie were inspired by stone slabs found on the streets of Mexico city. I love all of the swirling pattern happening here- it’s a great way to bring some detail to your walls without going crazy with an entire wallpapered pattern. Click here to check out both and pick up your own copies at Debbie’s online shop. Have a wonderful weekend and we’ll see you on Monday! xo, grace


Below is a summary of this week’s highlights:

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