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We love Pinterest -- as you may have noticed from the images in our sidebar and our links on our about page. I didn't totally love it in the beginning -- it was a lot of soft focus photos of cupcakes and cheesy inspirational typography. I like both cupcakes and typography, but it was a little too schmaltzy for me. So I eschewed it for a while until more people started using it and there was more variety.
I started a board that Kathy and I both contribute to called Moxie Dream House. We've always fantastized about what it would be like if we could live in the same city and have a brick n' mortar studio. Of course, our fantasy studio wouldn't likely include a bed -- we're not a cam girl site, much to the chagrin of some of our spammers -- but our Moxie Dream House board contains basically anything fabulous, pink, leopard or otherwise something we deem appropriate for our "fantasy studio were it potentially a giant mansion in which we could find room for all this stuff".
Here are some samples of the kinds of things we dream about:
A pink desk is imperative. And the chalkboard wall is brilliant!
If this was a real thing, we would be all over it.
I thought they should've named this lamp The Phyllis Diller, but no one seemed to get my joke, which of course, means I'm old and no one knows who Phyllis Diller is anymore.
A girl's gotta get to work, right?
Follow our Moxie Dream House board -- we're always adding new things and dreaming of ways a hot pink bathtub might be practical in an office...
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We may be bijou, but we're the cat's pajamas, so we're only able to accept a limited number of projects per season. We encourage you to submit your inquiry early.
Joelle is available for projects starting in Fall & Winter 2014 and beyond.
Kathy is on hiatus and no longer accepting projects.
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