Back in September, I was honored to be a panelist at the Resource Home Show at the Woodland in Maplewood.


I’ve got a space down at the Maplewood Mercantile. Come on down and check out my collection of beautiful textiles, designer pillows, vintage rug, and other interesting objects. Stop on by, or email me for an appointment.


Hello Friends! As so many of you know I am working on a large project helping to make Isaiah House a warm and welcome place for families who don’t have homes. My team and I are working on the Cafe/Lounge and within that space is a play area for kids 0-7. We are collecting toys and books to fill the shelves and make this place feel like a space the kids really want to be. If you can help out at all, even if it means buying one small board book or a deck of cards, it would mean so much to me, my team, the people who work at Isaiah House and, of course, the little people who call it home. Thanks so much for taking a look and I am adding things every day so if you son’t see something that floats your boat then just wait a spell… something good is bound to pop up!

Here are some links to articles about the project and Isaiah House:

Village Green
“Happy Spaces Contributes Uplifting Designs To Isaiah House in East Orange”

NJ Star-Ledger
“East Orange shelter becomes a “Happy Space” for the homeless”

Shout Out to the Merc in the New York Times

Here’s a link to a story in the NYT that mentions the Mercantile, in Maplewood, NJ:

New York Times
“Comparing Suburbs: New Jersey vs. New York”