Saturday, December 13, 2008

There's a New Material Girl


There's a new Material Girl in town, the town of Brooklyn, NY to be exact. Meet Abbey, she's armed and dangerous with a Masters degree in Interior Design from Pratt Institute, one of our countries finest interior design schools. She is joining the dynamic duo of Emily and Lauren and their fellow cohorts in design Jill and Julie.

Thanks to the addition of Abbey they are now spanning the country with M Girls living in and running design businesses in Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Dallas, and now The Big Apple.

If you're not familiar with the Materials Girls blog (winner of my vote for cutest banner) check them out here. They're smart, savvy, passionate about design, and ridiculously young to be so successful.

They are getting ready to unveil a redesigned site soon and I can't wait to see what they have in store for us. Hey girls, if you need a designer in Vegas let me know - I'm available.

5 comments:

Emily Johnston | EJ Interiors said...

Hi jackie!! That was such a sweet post coming from someone whose own blog we have looked up to for quite some time!! I can't wait for you to see the new site- more marie antoinette blog banners to come!! Thanks for your continued support- we are just young designers trying to get our names out there and people like you make it all the while to keep trying! Thanks again and hey, you never know, we just might add a "vegas" in the future! :)
Emily

Renee Finberg said...

it is absolutely a killer banner !

it's always exciting to add new talent...

i am excited to see what comes next.

x

Julia Edelmann/ Buckingham Interiors + Design LLC said...

Jackie,
Thank you for the intro for our new NYC blogger and for your "banner love."
Especially enjoyed the "young designers" reference.
:)

Lauren said...

Jackie,

Just to echo the other girls, we really appreciate your "blog love," thanks for the terrific shout out! We are really excited about our new MG and the new site in progress!

Lauren

Jackie Von Tobel said...

Hey girls, glad you like the post - I always enjoy your blog and wish you good luck with your future plans.