Gloribell Lebron

I've always loved design. Ever since I was just a little girl, design has been the main motor in my life. Most of my background knowledge comes from being a graphic designer for more than 15 years. But, because design was so strong to me, I had to look for some other ways to translate and communicate how I felt about colors, symmetry, decor and every little detail in between.
Now that I've become an Interior Decorator/Designer, my new found love has become more than a hobby. It is what I enjoy and do best. Having a place like this blog to show you how and what to do when having a decoration dilemma, puts my vision and expertise in your hands.
If having one of those "I-don't-know-how-to-place-the-sofa" moments, send me an email ( I'll be more than glad to lend you an advice or two. Also, remember to visit me on Facebook, Twitter or better yet, at Instagram where we all feel like professional photographers. Don't forget to join me at HomeGoods where I share their home with some other great and talented bloggers.


  1. Dear I Don't Know How She Does It,

    My name is Kristin Henry and I am an Online Marketing Specialist at Killer Infographics - Seattle.

    I was perusing through interior design blogs and came across yours (insert blog link here). I thought I would share an infographic with you that relates to your site's content. Take a look when you have a moment. I'd love to hear your feedback!

    If you feel like this may be something you want to share with your readers- please feel free! An embed code located under the infographic allows for an easy copy and paste onto your site.

    Thanks for taking a moment to check it out!

    All the best,
    Kristin Henry
    Killer Infographics Seattle

  2. I've checked out your amazing blog and wanted to share with you another opportunity for you and/or your followers. Its an exciting opportunity to express your creativity, promote reuse and environmental sustainability, and utilize beautiful fabrics.

    To promote creative thinking about sustainability and social responsibility, lallitara and the MIT Council for the Arts have launched SariFixation: a Redesign Challenge.
    It's simple: lallitara sends the contestants reclaimed sari fabric, and they supply the creativity. Contestants will then submit photos of their creations and be in the running to win up to $2,500!
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    I appreciate your time. Please let me know if you have any questions.

    Thank you,

    Elizabeth Buckley

  3. Hi Gloribell,
    What a sweet name! I like the format, content and personality of your blog. I share alot of the same interest, being a graphic designer and space manipulator.
    I wanted to share a cool product with you in hopes you might enjoy it and share as a possible feature.

    The moni-pad™ line of computer monitor and tablet stands are a great space saving product in today’s economic state of working with small spaces. I would welcome your thoughts and a possible feature in your blog. You can check them out at

    best regards,
    Justin Schaid


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