Jessie Randall, the creative director behind beloved shoe and handbag line Loeffler Randall, lives in Park Slope, Brooklyn, with her husband, three kids and a Chihuahua. I was watching that show, and was like, On playing around with wallpaper: I prefer just a little; I wouldn’t want a whole room. BEDROOM: On living in bed: I use my bed like other people use their living room couch. Sometimes Brian will come into bed early too and watch his Cubs game on mute. On the joy of a king bed: When my husband and I were first dating and totally in love, we had a double bed, and we were like, . (Plus, here’s Jessie’s beauty uniform, if you’d like to see.) P. More home tours, including a California house and a Williamsburg loft. When we stopped by, she handed over a plate of cookies. I just started buying stuff and letting him deal with it. I love the children’s clothing line, Bobo Choses, so I reached out to them. You can ask designers you love or people on etsy to make things custom for you. So many of my friends, so many girls just like us, love him. On a serene room: My life is chaotic enough, so I want my bedroom to feel like a hotel. Brian also likes to have all white sheets and towels. Then we got married and saved all our money for a queen mattress.
I forbid my husband Brian from making an offer, but two days later he said, “We got the house! On working with your spouse: We’re together 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. I would be hand making shoes in my kitchen if it weren’t for him. On wagon-wheel coffee table decorating moments: Like every decision! For the kids, I also printed and laminated our rules for the dinner table. We don’t have any lamps, or anything on our coffee table. I once got asked in an interview what I want to be when I grow up and I said, I want to be a grandmother. STUDY: On arranging books by color: The knitting store Purl has everything organized by rainbow colors; it’s lovely.
At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world.
The Overseer, Ruler of the Federation, wants to enslave the rebellious worlds with an ancient alien nano-virus that turns humans into slaves.
No one really adheres to the rules, but it’s nice to be able to point to them. Then I was home for the day last year, and, on a whim, I said, I’m going to do it!
On organizing the kitchen: I love my P-Touch labeler. On favorite books: I loved the Patti Smith memoir; it was so beautiful. They also have The Best Science and Nature Writing, so I read that, too. On the commute to work: I like to listen to Howard Stern.