Style Spotlight with Mary Keller
Decorating your home can cost you a pretty penny. It’s not just the furniture that you have to invest in, but also the time and energy you have to spend. Confiding in and consulting with an interior designer can also be challenging, especially when most top-tier designers have a very high hourly or set rate.
Mary Keller, the founder of Mary Keller Home, understands the financial and temporal woes that come into play when you want to decorate your home. She has worked with clients all across the country to give transparent and sensible advice to those who are looking for a fabulously decorated home.
“My favorite part of my job is helping clients achieve a space they love on a budget they can afford,” she says. “I want to change the way people think about interior design. I believe it should be accessible, transparent, and efficient.”
Check out some of Mary’s picks in her style spotlight and some incredibly helpful advice on how to get started on decorating your home! Make sure to visit her amazing site and blog: www.MaryKellerHome.com.
No room is ever complete without them. Peonies, hydrangeas, anemones…I love single-color, super-full arrangements in simple glass vases. It’s the fastest, easiest, and least expensive way to freshen up a space.
Pearl earrings from Brooks Brothers
I wear pearl earrings every day – timeless and classic.
Bond No. 9 High Line perfume
Smells delectable, the bottle is beautiful, and its namesake is one of my favorite spots in NYC!
They have fabulous style and prices, and these are my top faves: The Union Jack (as seen in this Everton pillow) has been in style since 1603, and I’m still not sick of it. And these gorgeous gold nesting tables are super versatile and would add a little glam to any room at a great value!
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Posted on November 13, 2012 in Style