Obviously this ^ is my favorite. Already found a spot for it in my own home.
Monday, March 31, 2014
My goodness. Thibaut strikes again. But this is my favorite. If you know me you know I love Chinoiserie. And you know I love bright colors-especially pink. Well, the samples aren't available yet, but I ran to ADAC as soon as they called and told me the wallpaper book was in. I snapped a few photos for clients and am watching for UPS everyday. I am dying to get my hands on the samples for my own library. Look how fun!
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Friday, March 28, 2014
One of my best friends growing up is getting ready to transition her baby to a big girl room. She fell in love with this Jungle Boogie fabric and sent it to me. It was the starting off point for the room. The only other thing she requested was a daybed so AM has plenty of floorspace to play in her new room. This is what we have come up with so far. Isn't it fun?
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Over the last few days I have started working on a new living room project. Ashley contacted me for help with a few different rooms. When you first walk in the door, to the right is her living room. We are starting with it in hopes it will set the tone for the rest of the house. It turns out she loves Schumacher's Chiang Mai as much as I do. Ashley is the only woman in the house- she lives with her husband and two sons. So the blue color way is the perfect compromise of all things feminine and masculine.
Here are some of the options we are starting with. Which is your favorite?
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Friday, March 21, 2014
I have been installing a few rooms at a house here in Decatur. Her style is really funky so this has been a fun project for me. Here are a few sneak peeks:
Before and After:
Before and After- Painting the ceiling purple really changed the room. The wallpaper is really fun too!
And the fun Peacock print fabric
Breakfast room before and now:
And dining room wallpaper installed
Once I complete and style the rooms I'll share more!
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Work has been so hectic (and fun) for Caleb and I that last week we decided to drop everything and take a quick trip somewhere close. We packed up the girls and jumped in the car to Chattanooga. It wasn't anything fancy but it was a nice get away, and we realized our first trip as a family of four. Chattanooga is really a family centered town. The best part is that we stayed right in the middle of downtown and were able to hop on a free shuttle to take us anywhere we wanted to go. However, the weather was so beautiful we spent most of the time just walking around. The most simple things were the most fun for Mary Jennings and Lottie:
Riding the shuttle
Walk over the long Pedestrian bridge
St. Patricks Day Parade
First Carousel ride
Visiting the Choo Choo
Sleeping in a big girl bed-in a hotel!
Learning about Herringbone tile :)
And just being together.
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