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We have a passion for vintage kitchen interiors and wanted to share some of our faves with you. Most of these date from the late 50’s into the mid-60’s. We prefer the more modern Laura Petri style kitchens over the early 50’s Lucy Ricardo versions. Some of these feature design ideas we’d be happy to use today!
What does the term “Bear” mean to you?
“A fun-loving, huggable, big, hairy guy.”
What’s your idea of a perfect date?
“Heading out on a hike or out on the water for the day, stopping at the farmers market on the way home & cooking a meal together. Enjoying it all underneath the stars.”
How would you describe your personal interior design style?
“Modern, natural & minimal. I don’t like a lot of clutter. While I prefer clean lines and a modern aesthetic I love bringing nature inside. Wood accents, plants and natural light are essential.”
What kind of music do you listen to?
“Everything from Fleetwood Mac to Drake. I love discovering new artists and I will forever be a huge Tori Amos fan.”
“I am an avid Crossfitter. It may not be everyone’s thing but it certainly works for me. I come from an endurance background, so incorporating weightlifting is essential if I want to bulk up. I try to go to Crossfit least 5-7 times a week. I also enjoy swimming, biking, hiking and skiing when I can.”
Occupation: “I work as an Art Director and Photographer.”
Hobbies: “Cooking, Crossfit, outdoors, music, painting/drawing, travel, photography.”
Guilty Pleasure Snack: Cheese-It’s
TV Faves: “Game of Thrones, Strangers with Candy, I love Lucy, Six Feet Under, Golden Girls.”
Last good movie you saw: “The Normal Heart’ on HBO. Incredibly well done & poignant film.”
Currently Reading: “The Maze Runner”
Turn Ons: “Blue eyes, strong hands, creativity, spontaneity, affectionate guys, confidence and above all someone that makes me laugh.”
Turn Offs: “A negative disposition, bullies, unacceptance within our own community, ignorance and arrogance. “
“Our lives are not our own. We are bound to others, past and present, and by each crime and every kindness, we birth our future.”
― David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas