My Workspace + Some Inspiration

Above is a little peek at how I spend my days... in my kitchen, on my laptop, drinking coffee and designing stuff. (I also just used a similar photo for my new Facebook and Twitter headers). I often dream of having an entire room to use as a workspace... here are some images that I've filed away for the day when I finally have my own home office.

I'm loving the mix of industrial style furniture with pops of bright color in the 
creates collaborative workspaces for entrepreneurs, providing them with infrastructure, 
services, events and technology so they can be inspired to do what they love.] 

This space employs the same tactic. Isn't that blue 
Eames Eiffel chair to die for? Via Ultralinx.

I would love to have a chalkboard wall in my future 
dream workspace. Image found over at Japanese Trash.

Gorgeous color combo at this desk. Via Everything Etsy.

Although it might not be the most comfortable choice, a 
lucite chair would look fantastic. Via The Clueless Girl.

A classic black and white gallery wall would be a great way to 
display photos from my travels. Image found at This Is Glamorous. 

And of course, I'd add some greenery to my desk. Via Domaine Home.

And if you're like me, you could look at inspiring workspaces all day. Although it may not be the most productive pastime, it makes you feel like if you had one of these spaces then you could be productive. So here are some more home offices to drool over. 


Holiday Cards Are Here!

Can you believe it's that time of year again already?! I'm already knee deep in custom orders (email me here if you're interested in a custom card of your own) and I just added a couple of card designs to my Etsy shop. They're available both as printable files and as physical cards that come with beautiful kraft paper envelopes. 

Head over to my shop to check them out.... thanks guys!


7 Delicious Cocktail Recipes Perfect For Fall

I've been embracing fall lately (in case you missed it, I officially accepted fall's arrival in last week's no-carve pumpkin post) so I thought I'd share some drink recipes perfect for the changing seasons. Click on the corresponding numbered links above to see the recipes. 

And here are all of my original cocktail recipes. Happy weekend!


7 Stunning No-Carve Pumpkin Ideas

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I've finally accepted it... fall has arrived. So I thought I should jump on the pumpkin bandwagon and share some DIY ideas with you. These no-carve pumpkin projects are great alternatives if you don't like the messiness associated with pumpkin carving. And, they last much longer too! No more moldy, leaky pumpkins on your doorstep. Click on the corresponding numbered links above to check out the tutorials for each pumpkin. 

And here are a few other interesting ones, if you're looking for something super unique. Happy fall everyone!


{Typeface Tuesday} 8 Romantic Script Fonts

If you're a regular reader of Design Fixation, you may have noticed that I'm a total script font fanatic. I can't get enough of them. And there are some beautifully romantic, almost poetic typefaces floating around that I've been dying to share with you. Below are eight of my favorites. Underneath there are links to the sources so you can download them yourself. Some are free, and some are not (but totally worth the money). Enjoy!


Geometric Color Blocking Inspiration

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As evidenced by my previous post, I'm completely obsessed with these bright, geometric, color blocked kinds of designs. They've been inspiring me to do all kinds of fun DIY projects (one of which was my rock). Above are six of my faves. 


Color Block Your Rocks

I picked up this smooth, oval shaped rock from a beautiful beach in Marblehead, Massachusetts that we go to pretty often in the summer - and it was just begging to be transformed. I've been inspired by these bright, geometric, color blocked sort of designs that have been all over the interwebs lately. So I went for it! 

There's not much to the tutorial; make sure your rock is clean, and use acrylic craft paints to create any design that suits your fancy. I did three coats on mine, but you could probably get away with two depending on the original rock color. And I used a cookie cutter in the shape of a tree to hold it up while it dried. Hey, you have to make due with what you have! DIY'ing at its best. I like these rocks too... so pretty.


10 Elegant Fall Decorating Ideas

Unlike almost every other human on earth, I'm not the biggest fan of fall. The main reason is because it means that winter is sure to follow and I very much dislike winter after maybe the third week of it. But I also get a little sick of all the hideous, over-the-top decorations that people fills their yards and homes with during the month of October. Now don't get me wrong, I love seasonal decor... but only when done in an elegant, understated and tasteful way. Like these gorgeous ideas:

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So, what do you think? I've already put some branches in a vase, and next on my list is the metallic painted pumpkin vase. And if you're in the mood for even more autumnal inspiration, head over here.

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