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The expression “if these walls could talk” has always inspired me. I believe your walls should talk. They are blank canvases in your home for full self-expression. One of the first comments people make when they enter my home is that they love how our walls tell a story. Our home is filled with beautiful art from family photos taken by both professional photographers and myself to art done by my children. I believe our walls should talk and tell …

My wife Julie had not touched a “real” camera for over 30 years. In that period of time, much has changed in camera technology since she used her Olympus Film camera. As a ballet dancer and instructor, she was interested in taking photos of dance back in the 1970s and ‘80s. She took two photography courses at a community college where she discovered that she had an exceptional eye for photo composition. But when that Olympus camera was stolen in …

Ahhh, love. Whether you’re blissfully in it, searching for it, or savoring the single life, we can all agree that nothing tugs at the heartstrings quite like a good romance. At Fracture, we believe that some of the most captivating love stories aren’t the classics on your summer reading list or the rom-coms in your Netflix queue. Instead, they are the ones that YOU have to share. We asked some of our customers to tell the swoon-worthy tales behind their …

The holidays have officially wrapped up and it’s time to celebrate new beginnings, in style. Instead of your classic New Year’s party this year, spice things up a little with these fun themes. You and your guests are sure to have an unforgettable night! 1. Get Out & Glamp Time to take the party into the wilderness… Well, at least to your backyard! Glamping (glamorous camping) is the perfect way to bring your party both indoor and outdoor. Deck your space out …

As the holidays quickly approach and dreams of turkey, stuffing, and parades fill our heads, it can be all too easy to forget the true meaning of Thanksgiving. Instead of stressing over dinner, decor, and guest lists, take some time to reflect on what makes you #thankful. Here are 20 things we are especially thankful for this year. 1. Kids Thank you for the creative crafts, hugs, and endless love. 2. Great home decor Ah yes, there truly is nothing …

Whether you’re hosting your first Thanksgiving or your fifth, advance planning is the secret to your success.  Here are some tips to pace yourself through the dinner and decor planning so the big Turkey Day turns out as perfect – and enjoyable – as you’ve imagined. Four to Five Weeks Before: Finalize the Guest List Before the end of October, it’s time to finalize your Turkey Day guest list. Jot down the names of all potential guests, then write up …