Design Crush: Urban Grace Interiors

  1. Sweet Nothings says:

    great interview!!! I have a new crush

  2. Paloma {La Dolce Vita} says:

    Excellent interview, Camila! I really enjoyed reading this. Erika is hands-down, one of my favorite designers for the same reason she likes her top designers. She creates unpretentious, stylish, and attainable interiors. Her kitchens and bathrooms are amazing! She is incredibly talented and equally sweet and gracious.

  3. citysage says:

    LOVE her style—it’s a little traditional, a little relaxed, and 100% wonderful!

    and I’m SO in agreement about the father of the bride house being the best house EVER!

  4. Blueprint Bliss says:

    Love the interview. Thanks so much for sharing.

    When I first came across Erika and her blog- I read it from start to finish on Sunday afternoon. I was hooked!

  5. michelle says:

    Pattern Language is a classic, and inspired a book called Patterns of Home, which I highly recommend.

    Great interview; your crush has rubbed off on me too!

  6. LindsB says:

    What a great interview! I’ve had a design crush on her ever since I found her blog! She has great style and is super sweet- cant get better than that!

  7. MyLittleHappyPlace says:

    I’m so thrilled you got an interview with Erika! I would love to ask her to do the same for MLHP, but have been too scared of looking like a stalkeratzi! Knowing her (albeit only via her blog), I imagine she’d be as gracious to just about anyone.

    You are so right about her being such a lovely person, and quite the role model for us – as design junkies and human beings.

    Well done on the interview!

  8. Sarah Danielle: Jeune Marie says:

    Great interview, Camila!! You always have the most interesting things going on at High-Heeled!! I love Urban Grace style/blog and it was wonderful to read this. I especially love the “10 commandments”!!

  9. erika says:

    Camila! You made my day! I’ve been home since lunch with a headache I can’t shake… I just got up off the sofa and much to my delight I see this interview is up! Thank you for being so gracious and kind! I’m blushing and grinning ear to ear for your kindness.
    Honored to be BFF worthy!

  10. {michelle} says:

    I recognized it immediately, Father of the Bride house! GORGEOUS, I used to wish I lived there.

    Love your blog!

  11. Centsational Girl says:

    Great interview. Funny how everyone loves the ‘Father of the Bride’ house. I used that house as inspiration for drawing up our house plans !

    Perhaps a new career in journalism? Naaaah ! Design, always !

  12. No.35style says:

    i LOVE her work!! She is definately a favorite of mine…soo anxious for her nursery ideas and i am in love with her office kitchen!!

  13. Lauren says:

    Great interview!!! She really is just amazing. Hahaha I totally emailed her & told her how amazing I thought she was when I first found her blog (via you!) too!!

  14. amber {daisy chain} says:

    wow – loved that interview. her style is very real and comfortable but still stylee – now if I could only afford to hire her, buy do I need some help.

  15. Laurel @ Ducks in a Row says:

    What a fun interview – I’m off to look at her blog.

  16. alice says:

    Great Interview Camila!

    You asked some really interesting questions and I loved hearing Erika’s answers. Her idea of staggering projects is something I must learn from!!!

  17. Courtney says:

    words can’t describe how very much I love this girl! She’s the absolute best and it’s really true…every time we’re together, I get hoarse and loose my voice. She makes me laugh THAT much!

    She’s so very talented!!

  18. Meg says:

    I’m so glad you reached out to Erika so we could enjoy such a thoughtful and insightful interview- great job!

  19. mary-kathryn says:

    i always love her blog too… and now yours as well!

  20. pve design says:

    oh, how could we not love that erika as she is just lays it all on the line, with grace. really, one talented gal, who will be adding the role of mommy to her repertoire, can hardly wait to see her multi-task.
    Sure to impress us all, in her down to earth lovable self. Nothing faux about her. Love her.
    Great interview.

  21. Haven and Home says:

    Erika was one of the very first blogs I read, I love her! I was thrilled to read this interview, great job Camila!

  22. Elements of Style says:

    Great interview with a GREAT girl!!!!

  23. paula says:

    fabulous interview. Erika has amazing taste. thanks!

  24. Gururaj says:

    There is a wide range of disciplines within the career of interior design. Some of the disciplines include: structure, function, specialized performance, special group needs, discipline needed for business, computer technology, presentation skills, craft skills, social disciplines, promotional disciplines, professional disciplines, aesthetic disciplines, and disciplines with cultural implications. This list shows how interior designing encompasses many different disciplines and requires education in science and technology as well as being moved.
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  25. Freckles Chick says:

    I ADORE Erika! I’ve been following her blog too (and her twin sister’s!). This is a fabulous insight into her work/life. Thank you so much for featuring her!

  26. smitten design says:

    I’m echoing all of the comments above, but great interview. I simply love her blog and her style…now i’m off to discover your lovely blog!

  27. tharan says:

    Nice blog… you can find more home interior design ideas , which will help you to decorate your home.

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