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Friendships usually have a sweet (and sometimes quirky) story behind them. Just think about how you and your best friends all met, and the methods you've taken to remain steadfast throughout the years. One look at Natalie Joos'
Tales of Endearment
will give you a plethora of examples of how creativity is one way to keep things going, and her exploration of Arden Wohl and Andrew Yes' friendship is a prime example. Wohl, the unofficial queen of vintage, met Yes, a designer, in film school at NYU. Now, the two have come together to showcase Yes' latest collection of pillow balls, and at the same time, the passion for artistry that binds them. Click through to see these innovative pals and the pillow balls that we've become obsessed with.
Sometimes you just need to start over. Before the turnaround, K's office was all sage green and burgundy with craftsman furniture and a big chunky executive desk. When she called us, she was ready with some furnishing ideas, but the Homepolish designer we matched her with, Heidi, suggested she wipe the slate clean. The read
Every year, we tell ourselves we'll start planning for the holidays a little earlier. But, once we get that first festive RSVP in our inbox, the rest just snowball in, and suddenly we're booked through New Year's. Luckily, The Outnet is giving us a reason to actually look forward to the hustle — and elevating our read