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Farmhouse Bathroom Renovation

Our bathroom renovation project in upstate New York is nearing completion! Here’s a bit of the process: BEFORE PROCESS: ALMOST FINISHED:    

Custom Console Design

I recently designed this custom console table for a client in Houston, Texas. It’s not too frequently that I get to design a custom piece of furniture (as I know so many fantastic… Continue reading

Custom Perfection

It’s often a taken-for-granted experience to be creatively on the same page as someone else. Sometimes you may think that your words and images are portraying what you want, but then when the… Continue reading

M Monroe Design on NBC

I am beyond excited to share this: Last week the DG HQ Penthouse office by m | monroe design was used as the set for an episode of NBC’s hit show, Revolution! I realize that this… Continue reading

Roosevelt Island | Smallpox Hospital

UPDATE! I wrote the post below on April 26, 2010. Scroll down for big updates! This view from a client’s apartment, recently brought to my attention an amazing old building on Roosevelt Island.… Continue reading

NYIGF | 2014

This years NYIGF was overall about the same as last years (huge, overwhelming, and widely varied), but I definitely found a few new favorites in the mix. Here are my top picks: Pheromone… Continue reading

2014 | New Year, New Inspiration

I hope you’re all off to an excellent start! Here’s a look at what I’ll be up to in the new year (and a quick re-cap of 2013). –New year mailer, click image… Continue reading

tech | coin

What’s not to love about a well-designed, new piece of useful technology?! I pre-ordered mine yesterday and cannot wait to have it! Check out coin here: To order click HERE Coin, as reported… Continue reading

Natural inspiration

Just a little humpday inspiration: A few shots from my recent trip to the Museum of Natural History, and what I took away from it all. I refrained from photographing the entirety of… Continue reading

Niche Modern

Last weekend was the factory sale at Niche Modern (in Beacon, NY). I didn’t really need anything at the time, for myself or for clients, but it was still fun. There were glass blowing… Continue reading