By Marjorie Magazine Photos Courtesy of Cecelia Claire, Feature Photo by Grace Dupuy Enter a room, and it just might feel like home. But taking it a step further, Cecelia Claire creates a work of art. Inspired by her work as a translator in Europe where she sketched gardens and stunning architect of the Italian,… Read More If Walls Could Sing: How to Capture a Modern Mural with Old World Charm
By Marjorie Magazine Photos Courtesy of Nicole Letts By 2019, there was buzz in the design world of an emerging new style, or stylist as we should say. As we breezed through a decade of Scandinavian and Mid-Century minimalism with a little bit of polished industrial on the side, homes began taking on a more… Read More Home and the Rising Glamour of the Grandmillennial
In the spirit of America lies a deep-seeded sense of pride and pursuit of opportunity for all as seen by accomplishments of our forefathers and mothers. We celebrate the rich history that this young nation has contributed to the world in the name of liberty and the pursuit of happiness, and while she’s not perfect,… Read More Americana Anthem: What We Spy for July Starters
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Back to Marjorie Style is the key to really getting out in the sunshine for this spring. When you’re donning the right prints and surrounded by the loveliest colors, the warmth of these next months will feel right at home. But this season, we move away from the groundbreaking florals and bursting bright colors that as… Read More Things of Spring: Print Picks for a Stylish Season!