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Amo domus translates from the Latin as I love home. “I do love my home. And I think a lot of people love their home. And the more you furnish it, you know, to your liking, the more you love your space usually. So I decided to go with it,” said Kadeeja Best, the founder of Amo Domus.
Dominique Gebru is a rising star in the space of homemaking. A writer and digital creator, Dominique thinks about home as a place to just... feel good.
With a little encouragement and a lot of know-how, Madeline instills the kind of confidence that you never knew you had. In our interview, she discussed how her love of anything antique comes from the stories objects can tell.

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Bringing the World Home with Dana Curatolo of Archive Jersey City

Jersey City may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think interior design, but for Dana Curatolo of Archive Jersey City it was the perfect place to start a home and a small business. “I loved the creative movement that was happening. It just felt energetic and fun and layered and everything that I love about the history of old homes and buildings in New York,” said Dana. After growing up in Morris County and living in Weehawken, Dana started spending more time in Jersey City. “It had much more beautiful energy and vibrancy in history.

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Dominique Gebru

Dominique Gebru is a rising star in the space of homemaking. A writer and digital creator, Dominique thinks about home as a place to just… feel good.

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Madeline Westfall

With a little encouragement and a lot of know-how, Madeline instills the kind of confidence that you never knew you had. In our interview, she discussed how her love of anything antique comes from the stories objects can tell.

Photo of statue bust

Bringing the World Home with Dana Curatolo of Archive Jersey City

Jersey City may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think interior design, but for Dana Curatolo of Archive Jersey City it was the perfect place to start a home and a small business. “I loved the creative movement that was happening. It just felt energetic and fun and layered and everything that I love about the history of old homes and buildings in New York,” said Dana. After growing up in Morris County and living in Weehawken, Dana started spending more time in Jersey City. “It had much more beautiful energy and vibrancy in history.

A stack of books sitting on the floor

Dominique Gebru

Dominique Gebru is a rising star in the space of homemaking. A writer and digital creator, Dominique thinks about home as a place to just… feel good.

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