Danielle Reeves

Brand Manager

Danielle is at the heart of understanding, nurturing, and growing the Mayker brand through intentional brand content. Her love for marketing, design, and writing lends itself to the planning and development of Mayker's content marketing strategy. On weekends you'll find her outdoors with her husband and dog or inside curating their first home.

Q&A with Danielle

  • Wide-leg denim, a fitted tank, platform Birkenstocks, and the same three pieces of jewelry gifted to me by my husband.

  • Architectural Digest and an endless Instagram feed. I'm inspired by Workstead, Colin King, Hadley Wiggens, and Ashe Leandro. I love anything worn by Emilie Lindmark and am one of the last millennials still on Tumblr.

  • Modern meets traditional with soft, natural light; neutrals full of character, depth, and warmth; and a touch of the unexpected. Not quite a minimalist — an intentionalist, maybe?

  • A cozy, 1920s cottage on Lake Tahoe with plenty of room for family and friends, and easy access to paddling, hiking, and climbing.

  • On the couch, working, or outside playing fetch with my German Shorthaired Pointer (IYKYK).

  • Lime-wash and plaster.

  • Material? Wood
    Color Palette? Beige, Brown, and Green
    Fragrance? Citrus & Cedar
    Sound? Waves crashing
    Meal? Chicken Tikka Masala or Sushi

  • A fancy shower with a bench inside. Nothing says relaxation quite like sitting while you shower.

  • Find what inspires you and then distance yourself from it a bit. In other words, avoid comparing your space to others. Give yourself that freedom, then look to where your space is leading and follow.

  • "The artist must be obedient to the work . . . I believe that each work of art, whether it is a work of great genius, or something very small, comes to the artist and says, 'Here I am. Enflesh me. Give birth to me.' And the artist either says, 'My soul doth magnify the Lord,' and willingly becomes the bearer of the work, or refuses."

    —Madeline L'Engle, Walking on Wanter