A Conversation with Sarah Greenman

There are a lot of things you wouldn’t know about Sarah upon first counter. Like, for instance, the fact that she’s not from Texas. Or that she studied theatre and creative writing in school. You might not know that her youngest son suffered from a stroke in utero which left him with special needs or that she’s currently completing two books for publishing. And sometimes she has to leave town to get work done. But each of these things plays a significant role in her life.

Today, you’ll hear Sarah share insights about these influences and more. It was a wonderfully refreshing and inspiring conversation! Among other things, we discussed the role of budgetary restrictions on her decorating style, the challenges of working from home, how design has taught her boys respect, and what it takes for her to get work done. Listen below.



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“I’m always on a treasure hunt… If we’re out, I’ve always got that wandering eye.”


Thank you, Sarah, for taking the time to share with us.

And if you’re in the Dallas area, join Sarah for a showing of her art work this Saturday evening!  All proceeds benefit Help Charlie Heal. Details HERE.



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  • Reply Loretta Fontaine | EcoHappy Style December 9, 2013 at 12:50 pm

    Hillary– I was introduced to your site by Sarah, and listed to ALL of your podcasts while at the bench making jewelry for my open studio. Now I’m getting to the computer to see all the voices I heard – starting with Sarah!

    Fantastic photos – love the still life of Sarah at the window and Jack in the chair! And the interview – out of the park! Lots of fun to hear the facets of this amazing woman I am delighted to call a friend! GREAT interview! Thank you!


    • Reply Hilary December 9, 2013 at 1:07 pm

      Loretta, I am so thrilled to hear that you’ve listened to my podcasts and enjoyed them!! That is one of my favorite parts of the blog but an aspect that I have noticed is sadly overlooked. Sarah is such an incredibly talented and thoughtful lady. You are a lucky lady to call her a friend. Thanks for visiting my site and vocalizing your interest. That means so much to me! Hope to see you back here often.

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