interior design

front door sneak peek

by Grace Bonney

We’ve been working on our new D*S office for weeks, and if we’ve learned anything so far, it’s that everything in a big space (relative to our apartments) takes forever to finish. We’re up to our ears in all types of paints, rugs and lighting, and we’ve been slowly making headway over the past few days on a few different fronts. I’m going to share more photos once we’re finished (we’re still waiting for our shelves and sofa to be completed), but I wanted to show a happy moment from yesterday — our finished door decal! Our D*S logo was turned into a brushed brass door decal that now graces the front of our navy blue office. We are still deciding on other outer door decorations, but I’m so pleased with the way this turned out that I had to share. It feels shiny and sophisticated at the same time. Thanks to Randi Brookman Harris for the tip on where to print vinyl; it was way cheaper and faster than I expected, and the result is fantastic. Stay tuned for more updates in the next few weeks . . . xo, grace

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