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Skyler Fike’s Style Story

PERSON: Skyler Fike

PLACE: Oak Cliff, Dallas

WORK: Photographer, Student of Architecture, “Weld”-er

STORY: I am super excited about today’s Style Story. We have a real, live single guy on the blog! Yep. Skyler Fike is a fantastic guy and one that I was thrilled to meet for an afternoon photo shoot at his home in Dallas, TX. He and a fellow photographer and friend rent the space together and have made a group effort to bring their home character and comfort. I met Skyler through Rachael Currie… you remember Rachael and her serene bungalow haven, right? Both Skyler and Rachael are creative freelancers at Weld. Skyler is in a particularly unique position because while he is maintaining a regular flow of photography work, he’s also working towards his architecture license. I love people with multiple career paths! They make me feel less crazy.

Skyler’s home and style are anything but crazy, though. I love how his space represents snippets of his photographic interests alongside his architectural approach to multi-use items and spacial adaptability. (Case-in-point, keep your eyes open for his movable bed and headboard sketch wall.

Please welcome Skyler to the blog!

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As you’ll learn from Skyler’s podcast interview later this week, he was destined to be a creative of some sort. Considering his long family history of artistic and design related pursuits, Skyler’s path makes perfect sense. Come back on Wednesday to hear the whole story.


In the meantime, how about the winner of the Brika giveaway? Congratulations to Colleen!! You are the winner. I’ll be contacting you shortly. A big, BIG thanks to everyone else who shared their feedback through the survey. Your feedback has been so helpful. If you haven’t completed my survey but would like to, it is still open (without a giveaway attached to it, of course). Please visit THIS link to share your thoughts.

Thanks so much everyone! Happy Monday.


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This story by Hilary Walker
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  • Reply Sara July 7, 2014 at 1:05 pm

    YES!!! Skyler!!! I love it!

  • Reply Tiffany July 7, 2014 at 1:09 pm

    That guy is effing hot. He’s not going to be single for long. I’m on it.

  • Reply Doug July 7, 2014 at 2:53 pm

    Love this post. Skyler is all that is man!

  • Reply julia-tagandtibby July 8, 2014 at 6:32 am

    The kraft paper roll and bed on wheels is genius. He has great style!

    • Reply Hilary August 1, 2014 at 10:22 am

      That was one of my favorite things in Skyler’s home. Such a cool idea!

  • Reply Mary Evelyn Smith July 9, 2014 at 9:15 pm

    He has a card catalog! Be still my librarian heart!

    • Reply Hilary July 9, 2014 at 9:16 pm

      I know!! I isn’t it the coolest? I wonder how hard it is to find one of those at a decent price. You totally need one, Mary Evelyn! (“Need” in the loose sense of the word.)

  • Reply Megan August 17, 2015 at 5:14 pm


    I’m new to your podcast and absolutely loving it. This episode was only my second time listening, but I had to jump over a say to you (and Skyler)how much I loved this episode. I’m an architecture grad as well and basically in the same postgrad ‘archy-life season’ as Skyler so I found his interview refreshing and rejuvenating for a fellow intern. I love his positive attitude about pursuing licensure and the comparison of architecture to a marriage- which is SPOT ON.

    Plus his home is beautifully edited.


    • Reply Hilary August 21, 2015 at 10:27 am

      Megan, thank you for writing!!! I’m so glad you found my podcast and even more thrilled that it has really connected with you and your particular place in life. It’s always helpful to hear from other people that are making a similar journey as we are. I hope you’ll come back and continue listening! If you get the chance, I’d be incredibly grateful for a review on iTunes. They are a big help in making the show more visible to new listeners like yourself.

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