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Saturday, September 21, 2013

A Handsome Habitat for your little fox

Tomorrow is the first official day of Fall. With that, I was inspired by warm flannel sheets and this really cool bed from Pottery Barn. Here you go!

Friday, September 20, 2013

Erin Gregory

Today I am very excited to be picking up this beautiful painting for one of my clients.

The artist is Erin Gregory-based out of Columbus, GA. Erin is one of my favorite artists-I think I have four or five of her paintings in my own home. Here are some of my favorites that are currently available:

She is represented by several art galleries, and one of my favorites is Gregg Irby Fine Art here in Atlanta. You can visit their website here. Gregg represents tons of fun, up and coming artists. Erin also sells her artwork on Etsy. You can click here to visit her Etsy store.

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Cheery on the Cheap

I'm all for a bright and cheery girl's room. I have a lot of fun designing them for clients. Sometimes I come across a good deal online and cant help but build a room around it. That's what I did this morning.  Most of these items are from Target. Can you believe it? This entire room comes in under $1000. Crazy huh?!
Here's the breakdown:

Juliette upholstered bed from Target $323
**Or you can opt for just the headboard for only $147
Serena and Lily Euro Sham $20.99
Serena and Lily quilt $54.99
Target end table $69.99
Target gourd lamp $29.99
Target rug $252.99
Target Mirror $39.99
Target pouf $29.98

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

before and after

BEFORE AND AFTERS are so much fun, aren't they?  Installation days are my favorite part of any project.  It's so fun to see a room transform, and watch my vision finally come together.  My clients were a (relatively) newlywed couple.  She moved into his bachelor pad.  It is a really great space, but much of the decor was a holdover from when her husband lived there with "the fellas."  After a year of marriage she couldn't stand it anymore. She said it perfectly when she told me it just needed a "lady's touch."  For her, that meant color and pattern, not necessarily pink and lace.  Her husband was all for it!  Did I mention she's pregnant?  We all get away with a little more, when we are pregnant, don't we? The only thing he asked to keep were his couches-so we worked around those. In the end, we also ended up keeping their pre-existing end tables and lamps as well.  Though I certainly think we made the space a bit more feminine, he was happy too.  The blues, greens, and yellows kept the palette masculine enough so that he didn't feel he had completely lost "his" home.  Here you go!
living area before and after
mantel before and after

back wall before and after

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