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Molly Stubbs

Copywriter + Digital Marketer

Location icon United States

Previously on the marketing team at home decor site, Chairish and a contributing writer to the Chairish blog and sister site DECASO blog. Experience writing ad copy for display, paid search, and social campaigns. I come from a digital media and agency background, previously a media planner at a B2B ad agency.

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The Society Pages
03/26/2019
LA BELLA VITA OF ITALIAN MODERNISM - The Society Pages

There is no shortage of ink-spilled in homage to Italian design of the 20th century, and for good reason. It was a century of innovative and dynamic work which only served to further cement Italy as a global creative force. But what makes this era's design so enduring?

Chairish Blog
12/20/2018
2018's Most Beautiful Restaurants

As 2018 is drawing to a close, we're feeling all kinds of nostalgia for the weeks and months gone by. Well, mostly for all the fabulous design we've seen over the last twelve months. We love a celeb home tour, a smartly appointed boutique, or an eye-catching hotel, but this year, restaurants have really stepped up their game.

The Society Pages
03/27/2019
THE HIGHLY CURATED WORLD OF TODD MERRILL - The Society Pages

As the grandson of antique dealers and the son of an auctioneer, Todd Merrill was quite literally born into the world of design and antiques. So it was only natural that he would open Todd Merrill Studio, his own antiques shop in 2000 on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.

The Society Pages
03/05/2019
THESE 14 WOMEN ARE TRAILBLAZING NEW PATHS FOR ANTIQUES & MODERNISM DEALERS

This International Women's Day we feel supremely lucky to be surrounded by so many powerhouse females. We're proud to count many incredible female design pros on our roster of world class dealers. We're consistently in awe of their caliber of product, industry knowledge, and general business savvy.

Chairish Blog
05/03/2019
Cathy's Travel Collection Idea Is Genius!

We're back with a new guest tastemaker for some quick-fire questions and a mini-curation of some fab Chairish finds! This week we are joined by interior designer, Cathy Austin. Now based in Charlotte, NC, Cathy's design career began with a foray into a different wing of the decorative arts: as an archivist for Sotheby's in N.Y.C.

Chairish Blog
02/25/2019
MA Allen's Raleigh, NC Home Is Chic AND Family-Friendly

The Raleigh, North Carolina home of interior designer MA Allen is as eclectically elegant as you would expect from someone who has been turning design world heads with her signature mélange of traditional sophistication and fearless use of pattern.

Chairish Blog
03/22/2019
Kari Has A Refreshing Take On KonMari

We're back with a new guest tastemaker for some quick-fire questions and a mini-curation of some fab Chairish finds! This week we are joined by designer, Kari McIntosh. Kari hasn't always been creating her signature refined, modern interiors.

Chairish Blog
02/22/2019
Say Buongiorno to Josh's Binge Watch Pick

This week we are joined by artist/designer/ and then New York City working as a textile designer. It's with a perspective from both the birthplace of Italian masters and the forefront of technology and design that he founded his studio, Chairish Artist Collective member, Josh Young.

The Society Pages
01/15/2019
10 REASONS LIVING CORAL IS THE NEW PINK

Living Coral , Pantone's 2019 Color of the Year is decidedly amphibious. Rising from the surf and awakening our desire for all things vibrant and Floridian, Living Coral is a particularly bubbly and invigorating shock of orangey-pink. Don't let its vibrancy detour you; however.

The Society Pages
01/14/2019
IN PROFILE: ALEXANDRA LOEW

Alexandra Loew's design approach is Quite literally; she founded her eponymous interior firm modern touches ensures that every space she undertakes feels like an intimate visual portrait of those who inhabit it-a room designed by Alexandra Loew is nothing if not bespoke.

The Society Pages
12/22/2018
The Complete Design History of Animal Print, From Ancient Times to Today

Editors may have declared animal print back 'in' at the culmination of this year's Autumn/Winter Fashion week (thanks to a bevy of feline-forward frocks sent down the runway by designers ranging from Givenchy to Calvin Klein), but that begs the questions: did animal print every really go out? We'd argue no.

The Society Pages
10/23/2018
IN PROFILE: ETC.ETERA lead by Sally Breer and Jake Rodehuth-Harrison

Something clicked when Sally Breer and Jake Rodehuth-Harrison founded their interior firm ETC.etera in 2016. An interior designer and a stylist/creative director, respectively, they combined their powers to establish a thriving design domain that has taken the Los Angeles design scene by storm.

Chairish Blog
10/22/2018
Discover How Designers Shop (and Win!) at Round Top, Texas

On a warm October morning deep in the heart of Texas, Team Chairish arrived at Round Top, home to one of the largest and most anticipated flea markets of the year. Our own fearless co-founder Anna Brockway was joined by designers Sarah Wittenbraker, Meredith Ellis, Amy Berry, and MA Allen, a team with an eye for fabulous finds.

Chairish Blog
10/10/2018
Playing Favorites with Jesse Parris-Lamb

Amanda Jesse and Whitney Parris-Lamb, the duo behind interiors firm Jesse Parris-Lamb, go way back. They first met as grad students at the Pratt Institute before embarking on their design careers with some of New York's top firms. It wasn't until 2014 that they combined their design powers and struck out on their own.

Chairish Blog
09/19/2018
Designer Small Space Home Tour: A Chic NYC Apartment

The first time designer Patrick Mele laid eyes on his Upper East Side rental, he was struck by a number of classic features: "high ceilings, great moldings, original marble fireplace, a little terrace, a killer location." A designer first and foremost, Patrick recognized that this "dusted over, tired flat" was a spot with good bones and great possibilities, despite some serious wear and tear.

The Society Pages
09/10/2018
SEMINAR SERIES: MASTER CRAFT WITH ANTHONY MORRIS

When asked about the importance of preserving traditional woodworking, Anthony Morris cites John Ruskin: "Life without industry is guilt. Industry without art is brutality." While Ruskin was pondering the despondencies of labor in Victorian England, the sentiment remains salient even today in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. It's there, that Morris, a master woodworker, has set up shop.

The Society Pages
08/20/2018
6 UNDER-THE-RADAR ARTISTS YOU NEED TO KNOW

Rob Delamater and Gaetan Caron have a knack for discovery. They are the team behind San Francisco-based Lost Art Salon, and they have built their gallery around artists " overlooked by the confines of art history." Equipped with the mission to provide affordable, original 20th Century art, Delamater and Caron started out by purchasing one-off pieces of art at flea markets and auctions.

The Society Pages
08/11/2018
IN PROFILE: ANTHONY BARATTA

Deemed the "King of East Coast chic," designer Anthony Baratta has spent the past 35 years constructing a unique brand of New England glam. After graduating from Fordham University, Baratta opened his first interior design firm in 1981. In the years that followed, Baratta built a portfolio chock full of color-rich interiors punctuated with classical coastal flairs.

The Society Pages
07/10/2018
INSIDE THE EVER-ELUSIVE MAISON JANSEN - The Society Pages

Ask any first-year design student to name the world's first interior designers and they're liable to rattle off Dorothy Draper, Elsie deWolfe, and Sister Parish. While these designers were the undeniable headliners of early 20th century design, there's one oft-forgotten name that predates them all: Maison Jansen.

Chairish Blog
06/19/2018
Designer Cortney Bishop's Charleston Home Is A Must-See

Cortney Bishop's design philosophy can best be described as incredibly holistic. She embarks on each project for her eponymous interiors firm with four main considerations: "the location, the lifestyle of the family, the architecture, and the view." When it came to her own family's home in Charleston, South Carolina, her approach was no different.

The Society Pages
06/10/2018
In Profile: Caleb Anderson

Caleb Anderson has a way of doing everything a bit bigger. Maybe it's his Texas upbringing-after all, everything is bigger in Texas, isn't it?-but Anderson is always up for making a statement. For instance, take Anderson's first foray into design. After kicking off his design career in his native Austin, Anderson made his way to New ...

The Society Pages
05/16/2018
IN PROFILE: FRAN HICKMAN - The Society Pages

Meet design's newest Brit It Girl: Fran Hickman. A born and bred Londoner, Hickman earned her impeccable design pedigree courtesy of turns at Soho House Group and Colefax & Fowler before founding her namesake firm, Fran Hickman Designs, in 2014. Since then, Hickman has been outfitting luxe spaces around the English capital for an incredibly ...

The Society Pages
03/02/2018
WHY HOLLYWOOD REGENCY REMAINS DESIGNERS' FAVORITE STYLE - The Society Pages

Flashing back to an era of unbridled glamour, Hollywood Regency style is among the most enduring styles of the 20th Century. Contemporary designers like Kelly Wearstler and Jonathan Adler have long made the style an iconic part of their repertoires, showing off the style's versatility by mixing it with styles as far-flung as Mid-Century Modernism and ...

Chairish Blog
02/15/2018
This Company Is Revolutionizing Lighting! - Chairish Blog

Kelly Aaron is ready to light up a room...any room! As the 'Chief Luminary' at Blueprint Lighting, the boutique lighting company she recently founded with husband Josh Aaron, with whom she also runs the vintage decor outfit Refine Limited, Kelly mans the design decks with help from son, Zoe (mother and son are pictured above).

On Our Radar (Weekly SEO link roundups)

Chairish Blog
04/26/2019
On Our Radar This Week

Here are some of our favorite stories from around the web this past week. Enjoy the eye candy! Sculptor power couple Jean-Michel Othoniel and Johan Creten invited AD into their summer home in the south of France and (spoiler) it's the most elegant artist's retreat we've ever seen.

Chairish Blog
10/05/2018
On Our Radar This Week

calls this Tribeca apartment, designed by ASH NYC, American Psycho meets The Paris Review. It's sleek, eclectic, and decked out with some unbelievable custom furnishings. You'll want to peruse this home tour. London's Gallery Fumi has been highlighting emerging designers since 2008.

Chairish Blog
09/28/2018
On Our Radar This Week

Casey Smith, one half of creative agency Studio Cavaco, has settled into his new L.A. pad in spectacular fashion. Best described as "polyglot decor," his 1928 West Hollywood duplex has been outfitted with all the greats: old and new (Perriand, Castiglione, Apparatus - to name a few). has the full tour.

Chairish Blog
09/06/2018
On Our Radar This Week

Matchesfashion is disrupting the brick and mortar retail experience with their 5-story concept store in London's Mayfair neighborhood. With two floors open to the public, private shopping services, an in-house recording studio, a cafe, and a terrace garden, this is a bold new take on IRL shopping.

Chairish Blog
08/24/2018
On Our Radar This Week

DTLA is home to a brand new Mediterranean eatery, Bavel, freshly outfitted by Studio UNLTD. The lush ceiling planters, custom tile work, and unexpected pops of color have us dying for a reservation; has your look around! How could we not share this recipe from Half Baked Harvest ?

Chairish Blog
08/10/2018
On Our Radar This Week - Chairish Blog

AD's September 'Style' issue is stacked with some heavy hitters. Case and point: tours of Man Repeller founder Leandra Medine's NYC loft and supermodel Lily Aldridge's Nashville Tudor Revival (shared with husband, Kings of Leon frontman, Caleb Followill). B. Wurtz has 18 Eames chairs in his home.

Chairish Blog
08/03/2018
On Our Radar This Week

The Aperol Spritz is undoubtedly the drink of the summer and we are loving the twist has given this classic Italian cocktail. Add fruit and vodka, and voila! You have the perfect punch to please a crowd. What happens when a "very hip couple" from California moves to New York and gives designer Kati Curtis the reins of their Victorian brownstone?

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