Oversized Abstract Art

Why Abstract Art? There is something about abstract art we just love. Huge pieces like this fill up a wall in a cinch! As a cliche, it might be – you can interpret it in so many different ways. For example on the left, we see a wild animal. What do you see?   OversizedContinue reading “Oversized Abstract Art”

The Next Generation

I can’t help but share this sentimental moment I’m having regarding my family history and the relationship I’m building these days with my son.  After all the mess of Hurricane Irma, it’s just what I needed to pick up my spirits and resume my blogging. So here’s a bit about my personal life. I wasContinue reading “The Next Generation”

Hurricane Irma: Heathertique’s Lessons Learned

Wow.  Last week was such a mess. Hurricane Irma hit us here in Florida on September 10, the Atlantic’s biggest storm in over ten years!  Now, I’ve seen my share of hurricanes, and I admit that Fort Lauderdale (where Heathertique is located) wasn’t hit nearly as hard as some were, but the total impact ofContinue reading “Hurricane Irma: Heathertique’s Lessons Learned”

Eclectic Interiors That Inspire: John Robshaw

I’m always fascinated by perfectly-curated interiors that show off interesting collectibles in pristine display cabinets surrounded by coordinated color palettes and contemporary crispness.   Unfortunately, my own design aesthetic never turns out to be quite so perfect.    With my flair for interesting and uncommon collectibles, I find myself surrounded by a beautiful chaos ofContinue reading “Eclectic Interiors That Inspire: John Robshaw”

Hello, World! Welcome to our new blog!

Well, folks, it’s official!  Heathertique has blossomed from simply my way of styling my own home on a budget into a fully-fledged, full-time business curating uncommon goods into homes across the world!  The last few years have been absolutely incredible, and with this new chapter unfolding in front of us, I thought it was highContinue reading “Hello, World! Welcome to our new blog!”

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