About & Disclosures

Mid-century Inpired Dye ProjectsHello there! I’m Krys Melo, a vintage loving photographer, interior stylist, and design consultant living her best life in Palm Springs, California.
 My goal here is simple: I want to share all of the things and places that I think are awesome, and I want to bring you projects that translate into real life and don’t just look good in an Instagram photo. 
Design, Photography, and Styling: Contact for rates and availability.
Sponsorships: Please contact me for sponsorship rates. I’d love to partner with you! 
Disclosures and disclaimers:
All original images and content copyright: Krys Melo, Melodrama Media LLC. Please do not use, sell, or recreate designs or tutorials for profit. 
All subject matter and views are personal. Projects should be recreated at your own risk and for personal use only. 
Product samples are accepted but reviews are not guaranteed. Contact for mailing address.
The owner(s) of this site may receive compensation from links affiliated with companies and sponsors.
Only honest opinions are given about the companies, products, and destinations featured, regardless of whether they are complimentary or affiliated. I’m not THAT much of a sellout. 

2 thoughts on “About & Disclosures

  1. Hello Krys! Looking for the template to make the mid-mod Putz houses. Love these! My home was built in 1952 so I’m a fan of the era – and it’s so fun to collect and create what I need to make it my own. My favorite items – a few lamps purchased from the Restore for $1 each. No one else wanted them!!

  2. Ps I just continued reading this post and now know you get exactly what type of holiday blues I mean… I am so sorry for your loss. My dad used to decorate for Christmas and would make it really beautiful but in that traditional ( elegant) way. Several years after his death my sister and I were at a show on the LES. It was Christmas and I was sad and suddenly the band came on and they’d strung these kitschy Santa lights behind the drummer.. they were so tacky 50s/60s Spanish Harlem and I suddenly felt something burst in my chest and felt truly happy for the first time since his death. Ever since these are the only types of holiday decorations that don’t bring me down.
    THANKS, good luck and I amend my previous ”Happy Christmas!” closing to have a very healthy Christmas…

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