Contributor Love

Brooklyn Limestone has the great pleasure of welcoming 4 fabulous contributors in 2014.  Stop by each of their blogs to learn more about them and the depths of their talents.

Jen Flores, editor of Rambling Renovators, and one of my favorite bloggers from way back.  Her taste is impeccable and her background in architecture and design shows in everything she touches. Writer, designer, networker extraordinaire, mother - she literally does it all! We share a lot of the same experiences as "old lady" bloggers and I could not be more thrilled to have her here as a contributor.  Jen will be sharing a series of seasonal crafts.



Colleen and Megan are co authors of Two Delighted and happen to be living my blog dream - sharing a blog with a like minded bestie!  Sadly, I have no sister and my best friend is most definitely not interested in blogging so I just have to live vicariously through them. Luckily for us, this talented duo has creativity to spare and will be authoring a series of posts of decor DIYs.








I've had the pleasure of getting to know Natalie Bradley via the weird world of social media.  She showcases her myriad talents by styling one beautiful soiree after another and has agreed to share some of her parties, projects and insider tips with the lot of us.


Victoria Major author of Confessions of a New Old Homeowner  shares her eye for beautiful things, photography and North Carolina home with readers. As a fellow lover of old suitcases and faux vintage signage, I was immediately drawn into her blog. Her talents for for re purposing found objects will be the focus of her contributor series.






A huge thank you to each of them for sharing their wisdom!  I can't wait to see what they will dream up next.




1 comment:

  1. This comment is really just for you and not for publishing. I love your blog and rarely see anything I feel the need to correct, but "myriad" means "many varied", and therefore does not need to be followed by "of", as in, for example, "she showcases her myriad talents". Please forgive this OCD former English teacher her pet peeve!

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