If Amy of ABCD Design had a brick and mortar shop around the corner (I hear her ultimate intention is to have her own product line...YAY!!), I would probably have to wear disguises so that I could go into the shop as frequently as I would. That's how frequently I would "drop in." I mean, I stop by her blog several times a day, and each time, I discover something new. I found Amy Beth Cupp Dragoo's blog originally through Poppytalk and then rediscovered her genius through Brooklyn Limestone last year. I have been hooked since. Her style speaks to me so much.
It's layered, but without a ton of senseless tchochkes. It's multidimensional, not cluttered. I love when there are items in homes that have meaning, that illustrate the family's personality, that bring joy and life to the space when you walk in. However, I do not like it when there is so much stuff that you can see things quickly devolving from there into the next episode of Hoarders. If there is a table where there is no room for me to set something down, it's not my style.
Ok back to Amy. Her NYC Loft, which I hear she has now moved on from (sad face), lights up my world considering my deep love of vintage posters.
On the upside, I hear that since she has moved from her NY Loft, she is now decorating her home in the country and a small NY apt she and Mr. ABCD keep in NY.
I cannot wait to see the results.
In the interim, grab a cup of coffee and get ready to get lost in this space...