In a functional space like the bathroom, every design detail counts! Which is why we've spent lots of time curating a collection of bathroom accessories so beautiful, they easily double as decorative accents. Swipe for a few of our favorites, or click the #linkinbio to see our entire bathroom line!
Throwback to the 1st ever Honey Blossom Sweater I actually made for myself in Sand & since it’s now officially Spring 🌼 I’m looking forward to wearing it (especially for those spring beach weekend walks) #sweaterweather lose the coat 🤞🏻 #goldfrecklesknitwear#tbt
Guess whaaaaat?! I got the After post from our home remodel up on the blog just now! I wasn’t expecting to be able to pull this together so soon but I’m pretty excited to share.
I also included a bunch of personal photos in the end because somehow just the empty rooms felt a little too sterile to me. (Check out my profile for the link!) One of the things that was most important to me was that the whole house from the outside in would feel cohesive. Throughout the process I had to keep coming back to my vision boards on Pinterest to keep from being pulled in too many different directions.
Neither @jroseak or I are designers by trade and while we’ve done some remodeling on other buildings before, it’s different when it’s an entire house, basically from scratch!
Truthfully though, I have always loved design and making the spaces that we live in feel good, so it was a dream to be able to do this.
A lot of the details are still in process, but big picture? We have come a *long* way.
So the last week I've had a lot if new followers and realized that I hide behind this account. So I want introduce the space, but also myself because really...its just a reflection of me! I'm Amy (@amy.rewilded) - originally from Oklahoma, living in LA after ten years living abroad in Bulgaria and Korea. I'm a cultural nomad and still spend most of the year travelling. I'm a former Peace Corps volunteer and educator turned cultural anthropologist. My day job is as a freelance cultural strategist in the brand world, but I still spend as much time out in the world in sustainable development as possible. I've always loved treasure hunting and a vintage clothing passion evolved over the years into collecting stories and magic through the traditional crafts and adornments of cultures around the world. Stay Rewilded is my home turned showroom in Arts District Los Angeles that's essentially a colorful playground to engage with those stories and collected treasures from global artisans and let all the magic flow. I call it Stay Rewilded, which is inspired by the conservation concept of rewilding (or allowing an environment to return to its native wild state), because I believe that fiber arts and craft is part of the wild, feminine nature we are all being called to return to. The traditions of creating such have passed from ancestor to ancestor through carpets, baskets, tents and tapestries - each with a cultural history, spirituality and uniqe identity & experience woven in. And to connect with these pieces and art is to connect back to our wild, creative soul. So welcome to Stay Rewilded. It's a lot of things - a shoppable @Airbnb, photo and event space available for rental on @peerspace, a community gathering space for intentional events, and a sustainable vintage clothing/textile shopping experience by appointment. It's also an alternative to the concrete jungle of DTLA with wayyyy too many plants (and counting!) as I explore the green adventures of new plant motherhood 🌿🌿🌿🌿. It's also my living portfolio for interior design and wardrobe styling. So enjoy the colorful adventures. And PLEASE introduce yourself in the comments and what drew you to Stay Rewilded!
I painted our bathroom ceiling black a little over a year ago and I have NO REGRETS. What can I say, I’m a contrast kind of girl. 🖤
Speaking of painting, I have a fun spray painting project to do this weekend. Nate ran to the store the other day and I asked him to pick up a specific white and light beige spray paint. If you remember from previous stories, he’s colorblind and when you buy spray paint, you just look at the color lid, right? My poor husband spent 30 + mins reading all the spray paint labels to make sure he got the right colors because he couldn’t find the beige. He did buy the correct colors so he pretty much won husband of the year! 😆
Thought it was Friday for a hot minute! Jokes on me 😅 Just finished up the weekly email announcing some super exciting things happening around here. If you aren't on the list, run, don't walk, to the website and subscribe! Updates go out every Friday. I always try to throw in a little special something for subscribers, like scary photos of the room we are going to renovate for the #oneroomchallenge 🤣
Those 5 minutes Sunday morning when everything is clean. Longing for it right about now. Shop your screenshot of this pic with the LIKEtoKNOW.it app http://liketk.it/2ACZ8 #firstname.lastname@example.org#LTKhome#LTKfamily
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#marchmeetthemaker | Day 21 |
I remember being so incredibly chuffed with this piece. It was one of the first sgraffito pieces I made, almost exactly two years ago. I think it has a more retro feel than the pieces I make now. It's the darker clay I think. Perhaps I should bring it back... what do you think?!
WHATS A SPOT IN YOUR HOME YOU CANT STOP REARRANGING? /// The continued saga of me restyling my mantle. I think I really like these candle sticks and bowl (thrift finds & family pieces!) On this side of my dark, palette knife beauty. 🖤
But I'm off again Sunday, so it may get switched up again😅
Day 20 | Design Process #marchmeetthemaker
My design process typically starts when I’m making a run of something else. I’ll screw one of them up, and in an attempt to save myself from having to recycle the clay, I’ll problem solve to make something new. The new design gets put out there into the world. If it sells and wasn’t too much trouble to make, I’ll usually make more, perhaps editing the design to be more aesthetically pleasing. This particular shape and design was created with terra cotta. It was a customer request to make it with black clay. I loved it so much I made a few more. 🥰 •
I'll save you the long winded saga of finding the *perfect* fabrics for the #17aveparkwayproject dining and just say...WE DID IT. AND WE ARE IN LOVE. Hooray for custom colorways and discovering new textile artist (along with some old standbys). #flatlay
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Monochromatic, but with a pop of gold✨ Swipe for a closer look at the tiling and wallpaper details of this #BBIDDazzlingMixInDouglasPark powder room.
Looking back at all my interior shoots I’ve realized there’s this thing I do...I always shoot a room from another room. Not sure if that’s something you’re supposed to do in interior photography but I can’t stop. 🤷♀️ shot for @dotemagazine.