Made napkin boxes out of wood to hold the old paper napkin boxes together! Made napkin boxes out of wood to hold the old paper napkin boxes together! Made napkin boxes out of wood to hold the old paper napkin boxes together! Made napkin boxes out of wood to hold the old paper napkin boxes together!

Made napkin boxes out of wood to hold the old paper napkin boxes together!

Greensboro, North Carolina Greensboro, North Carolina Greensboro, North Carolina

Greensboro, North Carolina

elsewheremuseum:

Our House Intern, Katie Shlon, has been making drawings of house and garden spaces with hopes to turn some of these images into wallpaper for Elsewhere’s common areas. Here’s what she had to say about the pieces:"I made these drawings during some quiet weekends at Elsewhere. They’re fun to do and a great way to stay engaged in active looking.The drawings are little snippets of our surroundings, things that I look at everyday and think are interesting. We’re surrounded by tons of stuff at Elsewhere so it’s nice to just focus in on small parts of the environment. The drawings themselves take into account the energy of each object and reflect my own perception of the character."
Check out more of Katie’s amazing work at http://www.kshlon.com/

Awe, Elsewhere posted about me on their Tumblr— check it out! Here are some things I’ve been doing while I’m in North Carolina this summer <3 It has been a truly phenomenal experience so far and I am so lucky to be surrounded with such beautiful, caring, and inspiring people!  elsewheremuseum:

Our House Intern, Katie Shlon, has been making drawings of house and garden spaces with hopes to turn some of these images into wallpaper for Elsewhere’s common areas. Here’s what she had to say about the pieces:"I made these drawings during some quiet weekends at Elsewhere. They’re fun to do and a great way to stay engaged in active looking.The drawings are little snippets of our surroundings, things that I look at everyday and think are interesting. We’re surrounded by tons of stuff at Elsewhere so it’s nice to just focus in on small parts of the environment. The drawings themselves take into account the energy of each object and reflect my own perception of the character."
Check out more of Katie’s amazing work at http://www.kshlon.com/

Awe, Elsewhere posted about me on their Tumblr— check it out! Here are some things I’ve been doing while I’m in North Carolina this summer <3 It has been a truly phenomenal experience so far and I am so lucky to be surrounded with such beautiful, caring, and inspiring people!  elsewheremuseum:

Our House Intern, Katie Shlon, has been making drawings of house and garden spaces with hopes to turn some of these images into wallpaper for Elsewhere’s common areas. Here’s what she had to say about the pieces:"I made these drawings during some quiet weekends at Elsewhere. They’re fun to do and a great way to stay engaged in active looking.The drawings are little snippets of our surroundings, things that I look at everyday and think are interesting. We’re surrounded by tons of stuff at Elsewhere so it’s nice to just focus in on small parts of the environment. The drawings themselves take into account the energy of each object and reflect my own perception of the character."
Check out more of Katie’s amazing work at http://www.kshlon.com/

Awe, Elsewhere posted about me on their Tumblr— check it out! Here are some things I’ve been doing while I’m in North Carolina this summer <3 It has been a truly phenomenal experience so far and I am so lucky to be surrounded with such beautiful, caring, and inspiring people!  elsewheremuseum:

Our House Intern, Katie Shlon, has been making drawings of house and garden spaces with hopes to turn some of these images into wallpaper for Elsewhere’s common areas. Here’s what she had to say about the pieces:"I made these drawings during some quiet weekends at Elsewhere. They’re fun to do and a great way to stay engaged in active looking.The drawings are little snippets of our surroundings, things that I look at everyday and think are interesting. We’re surrounded by tons of stuff at Elsewhere so it’s nice to just focus in on small parts of the environment. The drawings themselves take into account the energy of each object and reflect my own perception of the character."
Check out more of Katie’s amazing work at http://www.kshlon.com/

Awe, Elsewhere posted about me on their Tumblr— check it out! Here are some things I’ve been doing while I’m in North Carolina this summer <3 It has been a truly phenomenal experience so far and I am so lucky to be surrounded with such beautiful, caring, and inspiring people!  elsewheremuseum:

Our House Intern, Katie Shlon, has been making drawings of house and garden spaces with hopes to turn some of these images into wallpaper for Elsewhere’s common areas. Here’s what she had to say about the pieces:"I made these drawings during some quiet weekends at Elsewhere. They’re fun to do and a great way to stay engaged in active looking.The drawings are little snippets of our surroundings, things that I look at everyday and think are interesting. We’re surrounded by tons of stuff at Elsewhere so it’s nice to just focus in on small parts of the environment. The drawings themselves take into account the energy of each object and reflect my own perception of the character."
Check out more of Katie’s amazing work at http://www.kshlon.com/

Awe, Elsewhere posted about me on their Tumblr— check it out! Here are some things I’ve been doing while I’m in North Carolina this summer <3 It has been a truly phenomenal experience so far and I am so lucky to be surrounded with such beautiful, caring, and inspiring people! 

elsewheremuseum:

Our House Intern, Katie Shlon, has been making drawings of house and garden spaces with hopes to turn some of these images into wallpaper for Elsewhere’s common areas. Here’s what she had to say about the pieces:

"I made these drawings during some quiet weekends at Elsewhere. They’re fun to do and a great way to stay engaged in active looking.The drawings are little snippets of our surroundings, things that I look at everyday and think are interesting. We’re surrounded by tons of stuff at Elsewhere so it’s nice to just focus in on small parts of the environment. The drawings themselves take into account the energy of each object and reflect my own perception of the character."

Check out more of Katie’s amazing work at http://www.kshlon.com/

Awe, Elsewhere posted about me on their Tumblr— check it out! Here are some things I’ve been doing while I’m in North Carolina this summer <3 It has been a truly phenomenal experience so far and I am so lucky to be surrounded with such beautiful, caring, and inspiring people! 

folly beach, sc

more drawings in  greensboro, nc

more drawings in greensboro, nc

folly beach, sc

my parents backyard in columbia, sc

sketching after foraging some wildflowers in greensboro, north carolina

elsewheremuseum:

Looking for a way to store and label dry goods that’s both creative and efficient? Our House(pitality) Curator and Intern Katie have come up with a system that we’re super excited to share. Try making small banners (wood works well because it won’t get dirty or water-warped like a paper label) with elastic loops. On the front, label each jar’s contents. On the back, write simple instructions for preparation. That way, you’re not constantly running to Google and putting your oil-covered-dinner-prep fingers all over that MacBook. The elastic slips right over the rim of a mason jar, and VOILA — you have a rustic, eco-friendly, reusable storage option. Do you have a system for storing and labeling dry goods? Send us a photo! 

I&#8217;m interning at Elsewhere this summer in Greensboro, and this was my first project! Check it out. elsewheremuseum:

Looking for a way to store and label dry goods that’s both creative and efficient? Our House(pitality) Curator and Intern Katie have come up with a system that we’re super excited to share. Try making small banners (wood works well because it won’t get dirty or water-warped like a paper label) with elastic loops. On the front, label each jar’s contents. On the back, write simple instructions for preparation. That way, you’re not constantly running to Google and putting your oil-covered-dinner-prep fingers all over that MacBook. The elastic slips right over the rim of a mason jar, and VOILA — you have a rustic, eco-friendly, reusable storage option. Do you have a system for storing and labeling dry goods? Send us a photo! 

I&#8217;m interning at Elsewhere this summer in Greensboro, and this was my first project! Check it out. elsewheremuseum:

Looking for a way to store and label dry goods that’s both creative and efficient? Our House(pitality) Curator and Intern Katie have come up with a system that we’re super excited to share. Try making small banners (wood works well because it won’t get dirty or water-warped like a paper label) with elastic loops. On the front, label each jar’s contents. On the back, write simple instructions for preparation. That way, you’re not constantly running to Google and putting your oil-covered-dinner-prep fingers all over that MacBook. The elastic slips right over the rim of a mason jar, and VOILA — you have a rustic, eco-friendly, reusable storage option. Do you have a system for storing and labeling dry goods? Send us a photo! 

I&#8217;m interning at Elsewhere this summer in Greensboro, and this was my first project! Check it out.

elsewheremuseum:

Looking for a way to store and label dry goods that’s both creative and efficient? Our House(pitality) Curator and Intern Katie have come up with a system that we’re super excited to share. Try making small banners (wood works well because it won’t get dirty or water-warped like a paper label) with elastic loops. On the front, label each jar’s contents. On the back, write simple instructions for preparation. That way, you’re not constantly running to Google and putting your oil-covered-dinner-prep fingers all over that MacBook. The elastic slips right over the rim of a mason jar, and VOILA — you have a rustic, eco-friendly, reusable storage option.

Do you have a system for storing and labeling dry goods? Send us a photo!

I’m interning at Elsewhere this summer in Greensboro, and this was my first project! Check it out.