Yo, I’m so excited to be sharing this pink and blue transitional bedroom reveal, because it’s the first one that I’m going to be also revealing on YouTube! So, make sure you’re subscribed to my channel. You don’t want to miss it!
Have you ever been bought or were gifted curtains that didn’t really work with your decor, but they were either too cheap or too nice to pass up?
My friend Gigi, of Gigi Gone Shopping, sent me these curtains with the hopes that I could use them for a client project. Since I’ve already gotten the curtains needed for my current design projects, I asked if she’d like me to style them for her in my apartment. These pink curtains aren’t really my style and wouldn’t go with the direction I’m taking my decor in, but I love styling pieces that are unconventional for me. Continue reading How to Make Any Curtains Work with Your Current Decor
I know I’ve been a little MIA lately, but I’ve been busy with some recent projects. I’ve gotten myself more organized **knock on wood**, so I’ll be posting more regularly now.
I wanted to share my most recent project that I’m working on. A new client reached out for me to design her home office. Here’s the current space:
My client’s must-haves:
- pink wall
- glam accessories
- file cabinet
- accommodation for a part-time assistant
I love pink, so I’m super excited to get it up on the walls. I suggested that only an accent wall be painted, though. Here’s the plan so far:
As you can see, we’re going with a pink, mustard, and black and white color scheme. One wall will be painted pink and the other walls will be a soft gray. Furniture will be kept black and white, except for these fabulous mustard chairs. The floor and table lamps are such a glam touch… can’t wait to see them in the space! I’m still working on the perfect fabric for the drapery panels, but that part will mostly be a surprise for the reveal later this month.
Talk to you later guys, but if you’re looking for help with your own spaces, be sure to check out my services page or contact me! I’m available to local New Orleans residents and also have packages available for online clients
What’s your thoughts on my choices for this home office? What kind of drapery would you choose?
Till next time,
I’m on the Anthropologie email list and when I opened up an email from the last week, I was so inspired by this image below, that I just HAD to create a decor board…
I love the colors of the pink and white outfit paired with the green and cream bird/floral wallpaper. The wallpaper provides a beautiful contrast and together the look is very serene, feminine, nature-like, and even a bit rustic.
I don’t use green often, so this decor board was a fun challenge for me. I wanted the style to be eclectic so I used a variety of pattern, textures, and styles. The chandelier, bonsai tree, floral chair, and tree artwork all create a whimsical idea of nature and I kept the color scheme simple with soft pinks and deep greens.
So… what do you think? Could you picture this as your bedroom? Was I successful at creating a serene, feminine decor board with a nature vibe? Please chime in and drop a comment below!!
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I could get with a cute, themed-baby nursery, but personally, I’m more drawn to a baby’s room that’s more sophisticated. I would prefer a room that features neutral colors and furniture that is adult-friendly and grows with the child. When I have my own kids, I would definitely be looking for furniture that could be moved from my child’s nursery to another room when I want to refresh a space. This design board features items that are just that.
The crib chosen is convertible and all the furniture and accessories can grow with a child and can even be moved into another room, like your living room. The paint is a neutral color and the chandelier would look great in a luxurious bathroom or dining space.
In this glamorous nursery design board, I’m mixing a lot of patterns, but many resemble each other with a sort-of trellis design.
The color scheme is gray, pink, and taupe, with small pops of mint green…
So tell me, what do you think of this moodboard? Do you like the themed nurseries? Or would you rather a more neutral space that can grow with your child?
Till next time,