Hotel Indigo: West London, United Kingdom

October 28th, 2013 1 Comment

A hotel and a restaurant that’s run entirely by lords and ladies sounds intriguing. Believe me when I say that the treatment we received during our stay at Hotel Indigo nothing short of royal. This newly remodeled boutique hotel located in the heart of Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, was our third and last stop on this trip to Europe. read more

Interior Design: Do what you love

October 22nd, 2013 No Comments

Jenny Schrank and I speak to students often. We are asked to talk about our unusual career paths, failures and successes in this  extremely volatile industry that is interior design. This time we speak to students at Milwaukee Area Technical College, Professional Development class. See what we cover. read more

Hotel Ares Eiffel in Paris, France

October 21st, 2013 No Comments

It’s been my life-long dream to go to Paris. I’ve been fascinated with the language, the history (especially Ludwig the XIV era) and the culture since I can remember. I took four years of French in high school (and forgot almost all of it since then) and my heart melts when I hear French whether it’s live, in passing or on television. 2013 was the year. I made it to Paris! read more

The Hoxton Hotel, London UK

October 14th, 2013 No Comments

Hoxton is cool! No, really. It’s a hotel like no other I ever stayed at. Casual yet high-standard; comfortable yet classy; edgy, inspiring, unexpected….and so much more. The Hoxton Shoreditch should be where you stay, next time you visit London, UK. read more

Featured in M Magazine

September 5th, 2013 No Comments

When I moved to the United States (over a decade ago), I didn’t have a plan. All I knew was that I needed to give myself a better start, a chance to succeed, which I just couldn’t envision in Poland. read more

NeoCon 2013 Color Palettes

June 17th, 2013 No Comments

Not familiar with NeoCon? Let me explain. It is a three-day-long, contract furniture, fixture and material show and conference. This international event brings more than fifty thousand designers, architects and exhibitors to Chicago to marvel over new product introductions and learn about the trends in the industry. read more

Testing Crypton Dog Bed

May 17th, 2013 No Comments

Crypton fabric is arguably the most durable commercial-grade fabric on the market. Other antibacterial/antimicrobial, soil-resistant technologies have been introduced, but Crypton was the first, and is the most recognized in the interior design industry. It was only a matter of time, that the company would introduce a home line, and specifically a Crypton pet bed collection. read more