Author: digyourdigs


Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Co.

I’ve called Greenpoint, Brooklyn home for the better part of a decade. This is the neighborhood that welcomed me into Brooklyn 11 years ago and continues to be the only place I feel truly at home in this big, bustling city. For all the wonderful parts of Greenpoint (trees, parks, amazing Polish food and great […]

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3 Awesome Ways To Makeover 1 Cabinet

Keeping up with the latest trends in design can often be overwhelming, especially when you’re pinching pennies, your budget too tight for the occasional furniture splurge. Working on a budget, however, doesn’t mean you have to forgo style — especially if you’re feeling crafty. To prove our point, we teamed up with our pals over at […]

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Biz Ladies Profile: Nicole Shariat Farb of Darby Smart

When she noticed a gap in the DIY market, Nicole Shariat Farb decided to take matters into her own hands. Nicole was tired of trying to piece together all of the tools and resources needed for a single DIY project. She thought that there was an opportunity to create  DIY kits that come straight to […]

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NEW: San Francisco Social Media Workshop July 31st!

After last week’s Social Media Workshop in Brooklyn sold out, I got some very sweet requests for classes on the West Coast. My goal has always been to turn this into part of a larger online curriculum series (which will happen this fall!), but all of the sudden it dawned on me- I’m going to […]

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24 Hours in Paris with Anne Ditmeyer of Pret a Voyager

My head starts to spin when thinking about how I would spend a single day in one of the dreamiest cities in the world, but when we posed the task to DS contributor and five year Parisian resident, Anne S. Ditmeyer, she managed to outline  a lovely day indeed. Anne founded her blog, Prêt à Voyager, in 2007 to explore […]

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10 Beautiful Homes in France

Since our resident ex-pat, Anne Ditmeyer, gave us her insider tour of Paris today, I decided it would be the perfect time to look over some of my favorite French homes, from Paris to the countryside. Whether it’s the beautiful views, gorgeous detailing or their effortlessly chic minimalism, French homes je ne sais quoi. Click […]

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A Summer Sandbox for Arden

We’ve had this sandbox for Arden for a little while and we’ve finally set it up. I love this sandbox for a few reasons. One: I love that it’s made from wood. The finish on our’s is different than pictured below, it actually matches our patio furniture almost perfectly. Second, the cover folds up and […]

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15 Flora & Fauna Wallpapers

I was so inspired by the Auduban Society app I downloaded last week that I decided to connect my life of the great outdoors with my love of design. All of the gorgeous wildflowers and birds that surround our homes can serve as decoration (in print form of course) inside, too. So if you can’t […]

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Life Lately

I thought it would be fun to post a few fun things that have been drifting around in my head this week! This post may contain affiliate links. Thank you for supporting Copy Cat Chic.

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Zinc Door Mercer Black Modern Chair

To see a reference of all of our looks for less, please follow my 

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Copy Cat Chic Redo | Modern Bachelor Bedroom

I’m calling this ‘modern bachelor’ because to me it feels rather masculine, but I’m a lady and obviously head over heels for this space so it really comes down to just having a preference for a beautiful, minimal space. In spite of my best efforts, I couldn’t pare my home down to such few treasures […]

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Product Review | Birch Lane Scroll Candle Sconce

As for Birch Lane, I reached out to them because I wanted to see how the quality of their products matched up to their great prices. They offered to send me a product to review here on the website. I decided to pick these candle sconces. Ever since the stars came down, the TV wall […]

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