It’s a new addition of our semi-regular column! As we continue to work remotely here in Brooklyn, we are sharing with each other what we're reading, watching, and are inspired by. Today we’re sharing them all with YOU! Read on for our recommendations.
We are excited to receive mail of all kinds as we continue to stay at home, that includes email newsletters! Here are a few newsletters we love and highly recommend adding to your inbox!
Blabla Kids started this inspiring newsletter to help families stay connected. The weekly newsletter includes projects and the cutest pics of the BlaBla world!
State the Label makes hand-painted clothing and a pretty amazing newsletter! We especially loved their Quarantine Quarters email from last week. State asked their community to submit images of their home and share their stories, the results were incredible!If you aren’t subscribed to Ann’s newsletter yet, what are you waiting for?! The journalist slash podcast host shares all the links and reads you need from around the web.
Last summer we photographed our Camping Collection outside of Grand Teton National Park in The Silver Bungalow, a 1971 Twenty-Three foot long Safari Airstream trailer! We had so much fun styling the Silver Bungalow with Coral & Tusk and hope this look book provides inspiration for decorating your small spaces!
For the maximalist, it may be difficult to practice restraint when decorating a small space. However, styling your bed is a great place to load up on layers! Choose brightly colored pillows and bedding to create a pop of color and an inviting area in your tiny house or apartment.
In a small space it’s important that any single area can serve multiple purposes. In the Silver Bungalow the bed converts into a dining area. Our Brooklyn team can attest that their dining rooms also function as an office and living room. We recommend adding something special to your space for each transition. Here we set up the dining table with a table runner and dinner napkins, which can also really help make your home feel fresh when it’s time to change your “desk” into your dinner table.
And of course the best way to maximize your small space is to take it outside! Expand your footprint with a seating area on your porch, side yard or stoop. For the Silver Bungalow, Courtney restored the collapsible striped awning as shown above. When the awning is out it creates a fun space to enjoy the outdoors!
Airstream: The Silver Bungalow
Location: Snake River Ranch
Photographer: Will Ellis