Our little "intern" paid us a visit this past week and did her best to be very helpful. From helping our marketing assistant pack boxes, to silently observing how we mock up our window displays, little Charly-girl did her best not to fall asleep on the job this time. However, as soon as I turned my back, she immediately jumped into an open crate we had on the floor. The look on her face was so innocent, I couldn't help but snap a pic.

I wish she could visit everyday. What are your thoughts about dogs in the office? Inquiring minds want to know.

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There's an island mid way between California and Hawaii a little bigger than the size of Texas.  Are you picturing palm trees and golden sands?  Pretty idyllic, right?  Well, no ... not exactly.  Not until you hear what that island is made of: plastic.  As in trash.  As in OUR trash. Known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, this floating plastic island is a toxic mess, killing marine birds and animals and their young.  And aside from killing off wildlife, the plastic island is also poisonous, releasing toxic chemicals as it floats along. Plastic is convenient, lightweight and easy to use.  We get it.  But the qualities that make plastic adaptable and durable also make it an environmental nightmare.  Why?  Because plastics don't biodegrade. Instead they photo degrade, breaking down under exposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays into smaller and smaller toxic pieces.  The bottom line is this: with the exception of the small amount that has been incinerated, virtually every piece of plastic that was ever made still exists in some shape or form. So what can you do?  Just say no to single-use plastics.  Bring your own recyclable bags to the grocery store.  Spread the word.  Recycle.  And please, please be kind to the earth. For more information, check out the wealth of information at surfrider.org, or riseaboveplastics.org.
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...It's WAY more fun! The other day we were treated to an "employee fun day" and it totally lived up to its name. Our parking lot was turned into it's own version of "WIPEOUT" with an over-the-top obstacle course, a remote controlled surfboard game, and even a giant pendulum thingamajig where you could really take your aggression out on your co-worker. It was a fun break from being inside on an equally beautiful day. We even hadThe Lime Truck cater our event which served delicious ahi poke nachos, carne asada fries, and a gelato cart to boot! Too bad everyday can't be employee fun day! Oh wait! It is! :)
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Called one of the design world's top tastemakers, Kelly Wearstler is the IT girl of interiors.  KW's projects range from Hollywood Regency styled Beverly Hills estates, to insanely decadent Malibu beach houses, to idyllic island retreats at the far corners of the globe.  Her ultra glam style and use of bright colors have won her a faithful following -- including all of us at L*Space.  We're fans of her BIG, BOLD style which simply drips glamour.  Check out her blog at myvibemylife.com and her site at kellywearstler.com
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