Hats off to Las Vegas Market for hosting quite the party last week! With over 5 million square feet of showroom space to see in five days, we were busy bees. If you missed my Las Vegas Market Tips post, catch up HERE to see how we approached this challenging feat.
I spent my Memorial Day different than most, instead of pool parties and BBQs I had the opportunity of visiting Nicole Taylor Sharp and Mark Weinberger on their talk radio show, Spotlight on Vegas Business. What an experience it was! Upon arrival I met a few other local business owners… Dave Olesczuk from Fitbody Bootcamp, Lia from Belia Beauty and Skin Care (such a sweetheart, she donates her time and services to Cancer patients…my Mom will be seeing her soon for an oncology facial!) and finally Ruth Furman of Imagewords, a PR Queen and friend of mine.
During my interview with Nicole and Mark on SPOTLIGHT ON VEGAS BUSINESS, I gave some tips on how to add interest to your home with the first day of summer officially approaching next month. I promised some really great pieces and here they are without further ado…. plus a few more items I’d love to add to my home décor.
Hey Guys, it’s Austrie! I’ve been chatting with one my favorite fashion/beauty/fitness bloggers, Stevie Henderson (she’s even done some styling for New York Fashion Week!). Talk about Confident, Fearless and Inspiring! She’s got some great advice about upcoming summer trends and fashion faux pas she’s not afraid to break. She’s also shared the links to some of her favorite things and some items on her wish list. So go ahead, fall in love with her style just as I have.
A few weeks ago I attended the largest furniture show around, High Point Market in North Carolina. It was a trip full of information, growth and networking! I managed to snap over 140 images from my phone in the one day that Amber and I dedicated to seeing what was new and exciting in the world of interior design and décor. I’ve curated the best of the best for you and I’m sharing them over the course of a few different blogs. If you haven’t had the chance to read Part 1, get caught up HERE.
I just returned from an amazing trip, I experienced many “firsts” during my travels! My first visit to the state of North Carolina, my first experience at High Point Market, my first mastermind coaching event with one hell of a business woman Terri Taylor (stay tuned for a future post on her and the fearless team she leads), my first time meeting the one and only … K E L L Y W E A R S T L E R ! Need I say more???! I’m still on cloud 9 a week later!
For the past week I’ve been staying on top of my favorite fashion feeds to absorb all that NYFW has had to offer. Aside from the obvious reason of keeping up with the latest trends, one of the best parts for me is seeing what the shows’ attendees are wearing. Here are the Street Style looks that stole my heart …
Last week proved to be a busy one for design professionals alike. With five trade shows to choose from, the second annual Design and Construction Week kept Las Vegas hustling and bustling. My design assistant Amber and I attended Las Vegas Market since our focus is in interior design, decoration, and styling. Over 140 new showrooms were added to the roster, so we had a lot of square footage to cover. Here are the highlights of a few of my favorite products, showrooms, and vignettes.
If I’m ever lacking creativity or need a rush of artistic insight, beauty tips, a fashion update, and pretty much anything under the sun… I look to Pinterest. It’s my go-to site and houses over 5,000 ideas I’ve collected since joining. I love the fact that I can easily organize projects, have the ability to “hide” ideas and sources with those sneaky secret boards, as well as share links with friends, family, and even my clients. No matter how busy my week has been, I always fit Pinterest into my schedule. Here are some of my latest pins.
It’s not even Christmas but I can’t help but think of what I’m going to wear in celebration of NYE 2015. Since my boyfriend and I will be ringing in the new year on the Las Vegas Strip, I feel the need to be glamorous! Considering that last year’s festivities attracted more than 320,000 people… it may be difficult to avoid that ever dreaded “Who Wore it Best” situation.