PayPal and Queer Eye Celebrity Designer Bobby Berk Help Millennials & Gen-Z Cope with Life at Home | News

SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — PayPal announced today they are partnering with Queer Eye’s home design expert, Bobby Berk, to help Americans confined at home find new ways to configure their space and plan for the holidays. In a new “Berking from Home” content series launching today, Berk unveils design solutions, product recommendations and how to budget responsibly for common household challenges like homeschooling the kids, self-care, remote working, and bringing joy into the holidays at home this year.

New research, conducted by PayPal, reveals that consumers are struggling as they share spaces with family and housemates in new ways amidst the ongoing pandemic. The survey found 27 percent of millennials and Gen-Z now work from their bedrooms, and nearly a quarter work from their living rooms, likely leaving limited room for relaxation, fitness, or communal space. More than one in three people who work

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Famed Car Designer Evaluates New 2021 Ford Bronco Design

Let’st just say he liked it… a lot.

coronavirus pandemic isn’t really something to be happy about, but it has brought a few good things to fruition. One of which was Frank Stephenson, which started to upload videos on his YouTube channel in the past four months; probably because he was holed up at home and got nothing else to do. We’re not sure.” data-reactid=”25″This coronavirus pandemic isn’t really something to be happy about, but it has brought a few good things to fruition. One of which was Frank Stephenson, which started to upload videos on his YouTube channel in the past four months; probably because he was holed up at home and got nothing else to do. We’re not sure.

roast of the new BMW 4 Series.” data-reactid=”26″As a car designer, Stephenson’s videos are mostly about how he came up with his previous work on many

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How a Designer Turned This “Modern White Box” Into a Lively—and Functional—Family Home

Photo credit: Heidi's Bridge
Photo credit: Heidi’s Bridge

From House Beautiful

If there’s an interior designer in New York City who knows how to give a modern, new build apartment a warm personality with a sense of history, it’s Shanti Crawford of Indigo & Ochre Design. With a background in international human rights, Crawford’s “first forays into design were to create income generation avenues for at-risk women,” she says. “It evolved from there, but I’ve always stayed true to my roots through my firm’s focus on socially responsible and sustainable design.” This is reflected Crawford’s colorful, thoughtfully collected, and layered approach to decorating.

So, before her clients—a family with three human daughters and one canine daughter—even closed on this 2,600-square-foot, four bedroom penthouse in Brooklyn, they asked Crawford to lend her expertise as a design advisor. “I was hired before my clients closed and construction was completed to give guidance on the

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