After a reader visit, makeover, and some sightseeing, it's time for Maxwell & Tara to shove off from Washington, D.C. There's a full day of driving to be had as they head south to High Point—but not before a special stop to visit some friends (you may have heard of them) in Richmond.
Before we go any further (and farther), you need to meet someone very important. Westy, our faithful steed for the duration of the Makeover America tour, is a 1991 Volkswagon Westfalia. Take a look around!
After three days in Boston, Maxwell and I finally begin our EPIC cross-country road trip! Watch us shove off and be sure to follow along as we drive the '91 VW Westfalia (Westy for short) all the way to LA. What happens when you're stuck in a van for three weeks? Hilarity and antics will surely ensue.
Guess what, y'all? We are finally moving into our new office! Let's take a tour of the space before everyone arrives. Desks, computers, chairs, computers: check, check, check! Let's jump into the new office together.
For many, ketchup is a die-hard food item that people typically refuse to make a switch on. Founders, Scott Norton and Mark Ramadan started their journey in a Brown University dorm room hosting homemade ketchup tasting parties for friends. Utilizing fresh ingredients and pairing it with their hunger for innovation, these two incredibly driven men now sell ten delectable condiments that will take your sandwich game to the next level.
In our very first episode of Maker Visits, we met Farrah Sit, a ceramicist and furniture designer. This week, we journey back to Brooklyn to meet with the talented and extremely lovely textile-designer, Rebecca Atwood.
After meeting with Rebecca, we were so taken by how inspired she was by her surroundings. Combined with her journey through the corporate world as well as her need to source locally in New York, Rebecca creates a dreamy world where she creates beautiful items for the home.