My name is Stacy Curran, and I am a decorator and blogger near Boston, MA. I assist clients locally and nationally via e-design. Please click here to send me a general email or to inquire about design services.
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This is primarily an interior design, decorating, and DIY (do it yourself) blog. Every day, I try to feature beautiful, elegant, well designed interiors by designers and decorators everywhere to provide home inspiration for myself and my readers. I feature rooms and homes of every style – traditional, transitional, french, rustic, modern and contemporary, shabby chic, vintage, etc. – although transitional decor is a personal favorite. I occasionally write about lifestyle, makeup, skin care, gifts, travel, and other items. For those who care, I was born on Cape Cod and now live on the south coast of MA near Boston.
I occasionally publish sponsored/partner posts for which I get paid. There are also affiliate links on this blog. Please assume I make a commission on anything you buy after clicking any of the links from this blog. If you are interested in sponsorship (paid posts or sidebar advertising), please email me here. Please only contact me if you agree that the content will be disclosed as sponsored or paid, as required by the FCC. I will never honor requests to keep the fee arrangement from my readers.
Please understand that I get dozens of emails a day from readers asking me to answer questions for them. Sometimes it is just asking if I know a paint color, for example. If I do, I will gladly send you a reply email. The same applies with sourcing – if you ask me where a lamp is from, and I know, I will happily tell you. Please understand that what I can’t do, however, is spend hours researching the answer if I don’t know it.
Finally, I can’t answer questions like “Where is the blue sofa from in that pin you pinned last week?” If you have a question about a specific pin or photo from one of my posts, I need you to send me the URL before I can even attempt to answer it (otherwise I just can’t find it because I have 50,000 images on this site). It’s cases like these where the Google reverse image tool is your best friend!