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“Home Made Simple” is a really great DIY show that shows you how to create high design at a low cost, but it’s also about gratitude. Like “Downton Abbey.”I made a dining table on “Home Made Simple,” which I was very impressed with. When I was young I started making furniture because I couldn’t afford to buy any. Let’s find this.” There’s only so much time to do it and to experience it so I never take that for granted. moving furniture, hanging art and drinking spicy margaritas. I would have liked to have a conversation with her as a grown up.
We walk into people’s lives and say, “I see how you live, I see what you do, I see what you believe in, I appreciate you, let’s create a room and space to reflect that.” It was really empowering. I think a lot of times with high design we kind of disconnect. We are all connected, it doesn’t matter where you are from, your socioeconomic status, anything. I would go to thrift stores and dismantle stuff and remake it and I ended up making some of the craziest pieces, some I still have. Well, my husband is kind of smart which it pains me to admit. Even back to Rachel Zoe who told me, “You need to be in interior design, you’ve got to follow your passion.” Brené Brown’s TED Talk about vulnerability. which is weird because it’s like 1 o’clock in the afternoon. I thought, “This is everything you need.”There’s a restaurant called Ysabel, I don’t know how long you are in town but you should definitely check it out.
My entire twenties were filled with decisions that make me think, “You had to go there, huh? ” but then the truth is I met my husband because of that. She was somebody who, the second I met her felt like I had before, as if we had been friends in another life and it was mutual. She’s always been so gracious to me and we have a beautiful friendship.
She’s one of those people who what you see is what you get and then some. I don’t even know if this is common knowledge yet, but my husband is Jewish, I’m a Buddhist, so you can imagine that fun conversation with Sheri. Everybody at the end of the day wants to live beautifully.
He's always asking me to do three, four [Aerosmith] shows in a row, and I can't. I know how to maintain my career, my health, and Joe's passionate. I think he's out there and someone's overbooking him. He'll be on the road through September 13, and Tyler's planning to do more touring on his own after Aerosmith finishes in South America.
They're doing like eight or nine shows in a row, or five in a row. "I would love to go, ' No, my heart is in Aerosmith and that's all,' but this is too good," says Tyler, who wrote and recorded in Nashville with producers such as Dann Huff and T Bone Burnett and co-writers like the Warren Brothers, Hillary Lindsey, Eric Paslay, Rhett Atkins and more.
Creating a room for us to fall back into, relax, recharge and reconnect brings a different type of strength through the entire experience, however, it changes. Talk to the person you are in love and sharing with, understand what’s important to them and really allow the space to be a reflection of both of you.
Our home has changed five times since Poppy was born because she changes and we change even more. I’m like, “I guess that vintage marble table isn’t going to be a good idea.” So the baby proofing is the newest heartbreak. I’m like, “This rubber comes in three colors.”I have a philosophy that you’ve always got to honor the past, acknowledge the present and leave room in your space for the future. So many people move in with somebody and try to hold on to who they were before they were with that person and that’s not what the space is about. I moved into my husband’s first home when we met in New York and I had the entire house repainted. I was like, “You can pick three items that you can keep. And I’m going to bring three items that are mine,” but it works.