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About Deborah Hernandez-Pascolla

I'm a dreamer, believer and doer. Creative projects keep me inspired and honestly they keep me going and growing. Whether in a home, garden, or closet if there is creativity involved I just absolutely seem to enjoy the process. 

  • The mission:  Bringing beauty into the world.

  • The goal: Sustainability while thriving. Like a lovely garden.

  • The Projects: Functional and beautiful.

  • Best Business Advice: Win-Win

​I've had the pleasure of teaming up with fabulously creative folks such as Tracy Porter of Poetic Wanderlust and Sarah Willett of Patina Vie (formerly of Tracy Porter Inc.)  and working with various Fortune 500 companies such as Lands' End, Sears Holdings, Crate and Barrel, The Limited Express for most of my 30 plus career. I've had book excerpts featured in Good Housekeeping and stores featured in Victoria magazine and PR work featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show,

People and the first issue of O Magazine.

Fortunate to have my passion for traveling to Italy featured in Riviera Living Magazine and part of the adventure was going live on network TV for ABC7 Windy City Live's news show to share my menu ideas and entertaining for the holidays.

Click on the photos on the left to see the Alessi Products/Tony's Finer Food store cooking segments. 


Whether it's been styling a photo shoot, producing a catalog, writing a book, starting a garden or redecorating my home its all been done with incredible pleasure and dedication. Work, even hard work can be like play when you truly enjoy what you do.


I believe that being creative is a fantastic start, skill level can often be learned but the right amount of determination and an outstanding team with a positive attitude and the willingness to develop will truly make all the difference.

Thank you for your interest in what we do, the causes we support and the mission we are on. It means the world to us!

Organic Gardening
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Clean water


- Deborah Hernandez-Pascolla

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