Designing for Daughter.

Have you ever seen a cute living space in a magazine and loved every scrap of it? I happen upon that situation all of the time. Rip, cut, pull… and out come the tear sheets for my style file or inspiration board. This is certainly the case with an article on the super designer mother-daughter duo from Good Bones Great Pieces. Mom Suzanne is an Emmy-winning producer, garnering five Emmys over her decade-long career at Martha Stewart Living Television and daughter Lauren is a former fashion features writer for Teen Vogue magazine. What an incredible journey those two are on! Recently published in Traditional Home, savvy mom helped daughter design a cozy fresh and bright post college NYC apartment sourcing recycles, heirloom, flea market and sometimes slightly imperfect pieces that are budget friendly, stylish, feminine, and oh-so-timeless. Hats off to this new graduate, her helpful supermom, and the lovely new home! Check out the results!

Traditional Home First Nest

Traditional Home First Nest

Traditional Home First Nest

Traditional Home First Nest

Traditional Home First NestTraditional Home First Nest

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1 Response to “Designing for Daughter.”


  1. 1 Megan Yarmuth 03/04/2010 at 3:15 pm

    Wow, those two are adorable and I love that loveseat! Thanks for sharing!


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