Meet Jeanette Stieringer. You may have checked out her blog and are familiar with her keen sense of style and decorating. Jeanette gleans this from her many inspirational sources including Ballard Designs, Boyles, Carolyne Roehm, Domino magazine, and the list goes on and on. Not only does Jeanette find inspiration through websites, stores, and magazines, but also in her own creative studio. She has gone to a lot of work to create an environment that is pattered after the neoclassical style, which happens to be her favorite. When you see her studio photos, you will also realize that she is an expert organizer. With that being said, it’s no surprise that her favorite MM product is the Modular Organization System. What does she listen to in her perfectly decorated and organized studio? Sirius satellite radio, permanently set on 80’s music of course.
Jeanette began scrapbooking 4 years ago after being introduced by a friend. She didn’t initially consider herself as being an interested candidate for this hobby, but in her own words “I soon discovered a creative side that I never knew I had.” Her husband of 18 years and her nieces and nephews are the subjects of most of her work. As a result of this hobby, Jeanette has made many new friends from all over. Oh yea, I forgot to mention, Jeanette is a big time shopper. Her best friend’s favorite thing about her is the common passion they both have not only for shopping, but specifically for Target. It’s practically impossible for her to go in and just buy a diet coke, Kleenex, and dish soap, instead she fills her red basket with lots of “needs” she soon discovered while in the store.
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