Over the next couple of weeks, I've called on some of my friends to help out around here. I have a grueling schedule ahead of me and I didn't want the blog to suffer because of it. All of the people I've asked to contribute guest posts have one thing in common; we all graduated from the same interior design program 4-5 years ago. Since then, our lives have all taken very different paths. You'll hear from people in London, New York, San Francisco and of course Toronto. Feel free to ask them any questions you may have and of course check out their own blogs. First up is Katrina from the blog Dot Dot Dash.
Hi there readers of The Marion House Book! Kat here from Dot Dot Dash. I'm honoured that Emma asked me to do a guest post.
As a fellow Ryerson Interior Design grad, I've since continued my studied in Architecture here in London. First finishing my Architecture Degree at London Metropolitan, followed by a masters (ARB/RIBA Part 2) at the Architectural Association. Currently, I work for a retail architecture firm CivicArts and in the last few months I've entered the blogging world with Dot Dot Dash.
I thought I would share with you this loft conversion from my side of the pond, located in Shoreditch, East London.
The wide open white washed spaces, easily transformed, is what initially drew me in. I love the mix of modern and 1920's furnishings sitting against an amazing backdrop of white exposed brick and structural beams.
“Shot at TheShoreditch"