A before and after home tour of a retro modern downtown Tulsa apartment.Read More
A full house does not mean you are done decorating your home; it means you are just beginning to work on real design. We shared how to start fine-tuning your home style in the most recent Tulsa Voice. Read a snippet below.
I’ve heard all my life how much personal growth lay ahead of me—after high school, after college, in my first job, in marriage, and so on. Turns out, it’s true. I know one negative attitude can ruin the collaboration of an entire team, I know bosses take you seriously if you take yourself seriously, I know it’s OK to pause an argument late at night and wait for the perspective only morning can bring, and I know money is important but happiness is priceless.Read More
Want to know more about what the Ashleys are thinking about and doing? Meseidy at The Noshery asked us to blog a few times a month about home decorating and projects. Here are sneak peeks of two posts for her so far:
Introduction by Vignette
Hi! My name is Ashley Daly, co-owner of Retro Den, a vintage home store in Tulsa, Oklahoma. When Meseidy asked my business partner, Ashley Palmer (two Ashleys!) and me to contribute some guest blogs to The Noshery, we were pumped. CONTINUE READING
Shopping for a friend, mom, sister, mother-in-law, wife, girlfriend? Check out these ideas below. We really enjoyed pulling together what might delight us if we unwrapped it this season.
Brass animals, truly the gift for all seasons, add whim and the final touch to a shelf or even the dinner table. // Woven baskets to store keys, jewelry or hairbands. // Sea-foam cocktail napkins. Sigh. Love. // Colorful, soft, gorgeous blankets made from sari remnants.Read More
Ashley and I had the incredible pleasure of furnishing a 6,500 square foot downtown Tulsa office space for Consumer Affairs, a super cool software start-up. Our friends at Prairie Hive helped us document the before and after process; read about the project and see photos on their blog.
We rescued this gorgeous conference table top and paired it with a set of metal bases. The table top was too long to take up the stairs or the elevator, and we were finally told it wouldn't be able to make it to the second story office. However, we brought in our friend Fix-It, truly the great fixer of everything, for his opinion. He spied an industrial lift sitting on the street outside the building and said we simply needed to find whoever owned or was renting it.Read More