Curbly is a DIY design community for people who love where they live.
Everyone should have a happy, beautiful home. With the right tools and knowhow, every person can create a place that fits their personality. Curbly helps you bring out the best in your home.
Bruno Bornsztein - Publisher
Bruno Bornsztein is a home-improvement enthusiast who learned how to tackle DIY projects with the help of the Web. He launched Curbly in 2006 to help explore the creative side of home decor and foster a community of people who love where they live.
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Chris Gardner - Editor-in-Chief
Chris Gardner is an artist, writer, and sawdust maker who’s passionate about seeking connections between creativity and community. Chris is also the founder of Curbly's sister (brother?) site, ManMadeDIY, a blog that catalogs the independent craft and handmade movement through a masculine lens. He lives and makes messes in Portland, OR.
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Brittni Mehlhoff is an artist turned full-time blogger and craft stylist, with a love for mid century furniture and Scandinavian design. On any given day, you can find her behind a pile of craft supplies, playing with scissors and a bottle of glue. Occasionally, she wields a handsaw too. Her projects have been featured in national print publications like Country Living, Uppercase and Woman's Day, along with popular design sites around the web.
Capree Kimball - Contributing Editor & Social Media Manager
JoAnn Moser - Featured Contributor
JoAnn, aka DIY Maven, is not only an avid DIYer, crafter, reader and photographer, she is talented fiction writer as well. A graduate of the University of Minnesota, she also holds an MFA degree in creative writing from Hamline University, St. Paul, MN. Her interests and educational background have made her an invaluable asset to the Curbly community since 2006.
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Alicia Lacy - Featured Contributor
Matt Allison defines himself as a husband, father, urban farmer, eco-advocate, closet designer, photographer, thrifter, thing maker, mid-century modern lover, homemaker, designated household cook and blogger. Prior to donning these assorted hats he worked on both sides of the glass as a producer-engineer and musician for the better part of a decade, traveling the globe performing original music before settling down as a stay-at-home dad to two sprightly kids, switching from breadwinner to bread-maker. He makes a mean sour dough. He also holds a diploma in graphic design from the Foundation School of Art in Cape Town, South Africa, where he resides.
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Faith Towers - Featured Contributor
Faith Towers is a designer, writer and crafter with a passion for all things creative. She received her art degree from Skidmore College, and her work has been featured in many well-known publications such as Forbes and Yahoo. She writes her own blog called Design Fixation and spends her days designing wedding invitations and stationery. Much of her free time is spent exploring Boston with her rambunctious puggle Charlie.
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Lexy Ward - Featured Contributor
Lexy Ward is one of those who wears many hats. From craft stylist to event planner to blogger to caterer, she does it all. An artist at heart, she loves to spend her time making. As founder and editor of the DIY & lifestyle blog, The Proper Pinwheel, her projects have been featured by popular sites around the internet. She currently resides in Denver with her husband and their dog, Tagg. They just welcomed their first daughter, Vita, in October 2013. At almost any moment, she can be found with a Diet Coke in one hand and a hot glue gun in the other.
Rachel Mae Smith - Featured Contributor
Rachel Mae Smith is a full time blogger obsessed with all things bright, clean and colorful. She’s always on the hunt to learn something new, whether it be sewing, baking, or woodworking. Her projects have been seen print magazines, along with popular sites around the web. When she’s not on Pinterest, or brushing glitter out of her hair, you can find her exploring and Instagramming the Pacific Northwest.
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