Modenus Tweetup at the Architectural Digest Home Show

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Modenus Tweetup

For those who think Twitter is all about avoiding connecting with people out there in the world, think again. Through Twitter I have met, connected and collaborated with more amazing people in real life – people I might not ever have met, mostly because they live far away, if it weren’t for our connection on social media. Try it – you will be hooked.

Veronika Miller of Modenus hosted the tweet-up at the Architectural Digest Home Show on Friday morning. Interior designers, design bloggers, furniture designers, kitchen designers and anyone related to the world of interior design mixed, mingled. Plans were made, cards were exchanged, hugs all around, fast friends and a great time for all.
Happy social media!
 
(photo from Modenus)
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From the AD Home Show: Snug Furniture and Black Crow Studios

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Maybelline Te of Snug Furniture and Tracy Hiner of Black Crow Studios collaborated to create this amazing custom wallpaper for the backdrop to the Snug Furniture booth at the Architectural Digest Home Show. They met on Twitter and have been friends ever since.

Eye-catching and effective, the wallpaper not only exhibits Tracy Hiner’s tremendous talent for translating a unique subject to paper but also beautifully showcases the design process for many of the furniture pieces that were not shown in the booth.

Maybelline Te describes the Snug Furniture line as “furnishings for the modern urban lifestyle”. See more at Snug Furniture

Tracy Hiner states that Black Crow Studios “pushes the traditional idea of wallpaper into the realm of Art”.  For more see Black Crow Studios

Fortunately, Stacy of Quintessence and Carmen of The Decorating Diva took great photos of the Snug booth. I was far too busy catching up with Tracy and May to remember to take out my camera. We were “air” designing a custom wallpaper for a girl’s bedroom. I will let you know when it comes to fruition.

I love to hear from you. If you could design your own wallpaper that expresses who you are, what would it look like?

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