St. Patty’s Day Inspired Cocktail Recipe


  I’ve been experimenting and testing my mixology skills for St. Patrick’s Day. Luckily, the hunt for a perfect and festive cocktail has ended. If you’re entertaining or hosting a lucky little party of your own, definitely give the Mint Green Margarita a try! Here’s what you’ll need: Ingredients (makes 2 cocktails): 1.5 oz Silver Tequila (we love  Continue Reading »

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Trends in Tiny Homes


Tiny homes, micro living, modern moderation: Whatever you call it, downsizing and minimalistic living is becoming a more common trend.  From narrow townhomes and self-sustaining cabins, to Manhattan studios, here are some of our favorite tiny spaces—and the trends, tips, and hacks that make their homes feel spacious.   Functional Floor Plans No inch in  Continue Reading »

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Color. It’s the burst of energy, the bold accent, the neutral balance. But selecting the perfect color—and then the colors that’ll go with it —can seem overwhelming, and sometimes impossible. Instead of pulling out your hair or relying on others opinions to find the color you love, use one of these four color-generating tools. The  Continue Reading »

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Fresh Fashion for Spring

Spring Fashion Collage 2015

Bring on the warm weather and the activities that come along with it! Of course that includes freshening your wardrobe for the season. This year, I’ve been coveting casual, comfortable, and fun pieces that fit my lifestyle. The following items are currently on my wish list for spring. Which are your favorites and what trends  Continue Reading »

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Calling all Bloggers!

Blog for Interior Collective!

  Designers, architects, photographers, artists, and enthusiasts – we want to hear from you! Grow your brand, get increased recognition AND earn some extra cash by blogging on the Interior Collective! Just send an outline of the following to for your chance to become part of our blogging team: Summary of your blog, area  Continue Reading »

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Photo via West Elm Often considered the new neutral, Indigo is a timeless blend of rich blue and purple hues, and is one of the world’s oldest natural dyes, produced from the plant of the same name. From masculine to feminine, contemporary to classic, rustic to refined, here are some of our favorite uses of  Continue Reading »

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Modern design means clean lines, and clutter-free. But no matter how diligent you are at keeping things organized, life happens—and it brings along some chaos. Luckily, the secret to a clutter-free home isn’t getting rid of everything you own or becoming a cleaning freak who can’t bear to have anything out of place. Rather it’s about taking simple tricks and tips and using them as clutter cures.

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Designer Spotlight Alena Capra

Designer Spotlight + Small Bathroom + Traditional Kitchen #AlenaCapraDesigns #CaesarstoneUS

Alena Capra is the owner of Alena Capra Designs, an award winning, boutique interior design firm based in Dania Beach, Florida. With 12 years experience under her belt, she has completed numerous interior design projects from South Florida to New York, and is currently working on adding e-design services to her list of client offerings.

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Spring Design Trends

Spring 2015 Design Trends #CaesarstoneUS

Everyone is anxiously awaiting spring, the rising temperatures, and a new season to influence a fresh look. If you’re looking for design inspiration- here are a handful of trends I’m hoping to see more of in the upcoming months:

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Large Scale Art DIY #CaesarstoneUS

Nothing makes my heart sing quite like art. I love finding originals, discovering talented artists, and filling my home with unique pieces. However, not every budget allows for originals and pricey prints. I believe the best way to achieve a curated collection is by blending a variety of mediums, even if that means rolling up your sleeves and filling in the gaps yourself. Purchase a few investment pieces you’ll love forever and mix in less expensive works, such as this large scale DIY canvas.

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