Unlike the rest of the country, late spring is when most Arizonans decide to hunker down at home as the weather swelters outside. In order to make your space more inviting, Yoselin Castro, senior interior designer at Phoenix-based Mackenzie Collier Interiors, discusses tips and tricks for a homier haven.
We’ve all been there. Standing in front of that disheveled pantry, chaotic closet or messy bathroom cabinets wondering, “How am I ever going to get this organized?!” Emily Rainier, founder of The Renewed Space, outlines five tips for home organizing this spring.
If your springtime to-do list includes a bathroom renovation, follow these design tips and tricks from interior designer Karen Gutierrez of Phoenix-based Mackenzie Collier Interiors for a stress-free and super-chic bathroom refresh.
From incorporating wallpaper and wainscoting to crafting the ultimate work-from-home or multi-functional space, Yoselin Castro, senior interior designer at Downtown Phoenix’s Mackenzie Collier Interiors, has outlined the biggest home design trends for 2022.
Whether you’re hosting friends and family for a get-together or welcoming out-of-towners for a holiday stay, Phoenicia Essence offers homeowners a chance to create a fully immersive, cozy holiday experience via its cold-air diffusing technology and seasonal fragrances.
This holiday season, spoil your loved ones with the gift of wellness from locally owned Phoenicia Essence.
The start of fall is arguably the most welcome time of year in Arizona, and Phoenicia Essence’s fall fragrance lineup accentuates those cozy, warm vibes that fill the air (literally, thanks to the Arizona company’s cold-air diffusing technology) during the onset of October.
Thirty years ago, Sam and Debbi Habbel took a leap of faith and launched a scenting business out of their garage. Fast-forward to 2021, the Habbels are known as pioneers in scent marketing and their brand, Phoenicia Essence, is now one of the top scent marketing businesses in the nation.
Cave + Post Trading Co., Phoenix’s newest eclectic gentleman’s mercantile and maker space, has opened its doors to the public and is offering visitors a curated selection of clothing, accessories and home goods. The spot is run by a husband-and-wife team, Patrick and Mary Burch, with the help of their five kids.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation has launched a lineup of new home décor and lifestyle products that have been carefully curated by local and international artisans. The new products, exclusively sold only at Frank Lloyd Wright Store, are a part of a continued effort to preserve the esteemed architect’s legacy and propel his concepts into today’s homes.