We are taking a pause in our monthly Artist Spotlight series to highlight some other creative women that we have recently become fans of. Last year, when we were featured in the Summer 2019 issue of Origin Magazine, we were completely embraced by all of the love shown by fellow artists, designers, creatives and bloggers featured in that issue. We know how hard it is to make it in any business, let alone as a creative woman balancing work, passion, home and family. So as so many people in the design community have promoted and shined a light on SGD, it is our turn to shine that light back on some amazing women creating beauty and love and inspiring content!
Roma is an artist based in Dallas who shares our love of color, abstract art, and creating joy-filled spaces. Her Instagram account not only features her artwork, but recipes and videos of her creative process.
Paola Roder is an Atlanta based designer recently featured in Apartment Therapy. She not only creates her own bold, graphic, punchy designs, she is co-host on the Instagram page @mymonthincolour which solicits followers to submit photos based on a daily theme to be featured on their feed.
Carla's covers everything from design to food and crafts on her Instagram page and blog. Also based in Atlanta, she shares our love of a good flea market.
The Rath Project
While we fully support the use of bold wallpaper in a powder room, We knew when we saw her balloon dog art that Diane Rath was someone who shared our crazy, eclectic style. Her aesthetic includes color, pattern, pop art and unique objects to create a personal, liveable space.
At Charlottes House
Charlotte calls herself, among other things, "lover of color", and "wrangler of chaos". She is also a crafting wizard and her Instagram feed features not only eye-popping, colorful designs, but adult and kid craft projects that are sure to get you out of your COVID Coma.
Kate Pearce Vintage
I mean, this bathroom with it's serpentine wallpaper and tiger rug really says everything you need to know about Kate Pearce. Edgy, eclectic, vintage enthusiast; we'd follow her around a flea market any time.
The Indigo Leopard Home
You'll find layers upon layers of color, pattern, texture and greenery at the Indigo Leopard Home. Oh, and she painted a leather sofa green with leather shoe paint. Definitely something we have to try.
So, give them a follow, show them some love, share their amazing talent. We are all in this together, my friends. Love Wins.