Hello Lovely is a design sanctuary where you’ll find ideas and help to make more peace with your home.
As an HGTV and shelter magazine junkie, I love all things home! Stories with beautiful HOME DECOR, INTERIOR DESIGN inspiration, DECORATING ideas, RENOVATION stories, and DIY design aim to help you see the possibilities for a lovely, timeless, and tranquil home.
Photos of inspiring French Country interiors are most popular and SOOOO READY TO BE PINNED!
I’m Michele, a professional counselor, writer, and interior stylist. I’d love for you to:
My handy husband and I live in a fixer upper with European Country interiors we’re slowly but surely renovating and transforming entirely ourselves DIY style with a sense of humor firmly in place! Our sons are all grown up and still my world.
My happy place? Faith and family.
When not pondering beautiful home decor and interiors (my fondness for European-inspired white interiors, timeless and tranquil beautiful home decor, and magazines is hard to miss!), you’ll find me creating: a painting, an essay, homemade cinnamon bread, or new music at the piano.
Hello Lovely loves partnering with brands big and small to promote lovely home ideas, furniture, interior design inspiration, DIY, renovation, and more.
Hello Lovely is growing with 6+ million views and 7.4 million monthly Pinterest views.
Education: B.A. in psychology (Northwestern University), M.Ed. in Counseling (University of Missouri-Columbia).
Writing Experience: Hundreds of my articles have been published in print in more than 100 women’s, parenting, and home magazines across North America on the topics of parenting, humor, education, creativity, and housekeeping. My writing style is conversational, light-hearted, lyrical, and often stream-of-consciousness.
Here’s a silly interview I did as an excuse to show off some of our renovations…
Care to collaborate? I work with fabulous brands and businesses to promote products and services. Contact me at michele AT hellolovelystudio DOT com
Significance of the ballerina slippers you’ll often glimpse on Hello Lovely? This photo is one of my favorites I snapped of a ballerina I styled. I collect dead pointe shoes and danced as a sugar plum fairy in 6th grade…ballet was NEVER my strong point (I have hips and am not flexible!). Yet for me, pointe shoes represent feminine strength and a fierce work ethic–qualities I admire.