Does this living room look familiar?
What about this version?
My friend Tricia recently remodeled her home with absolutely stunning results.
Of course she purchased a few new things but the heart of this remodel was achieved through fabric and paint.
My client Missy and her family love to vacation in Seaside, Florida along the Gulf Coast.
When the opportunity arose to redecorate a guest bedroom and bath she chose an aqua, ivory and linen color scheme.
Pretty soon this became known as the Seaside Room.
Recently, I was introduced to a home decor company that really caught my attention.
Mary and Martha by DaySpring/Hallmark.
Mary and Martha is sold by independent consultants and carries a lovely line of home decor, kitchen and holiday items many with inspirational quotes or scriptures.
Thank you so much for the great response to our
Dixie Belle Paint Giveaway as well as all the encouraging comments about my newly painted Armoire!
The Giveaway Winner is Charlene
“Just found out about this paint! Need to get some for my winter projects!”
Congratulations, Charlene! You’re going to LOVE this paint!
Painting this armoire has been on my to-do list for about 4 years. Maybe more. If it had been a smaller project I probably would have finished it long before now.
When the lovely ladies at
Dixie Belle Paint contacted me to review their paint I decided it was time to tackle this big guy and transform him once and for all.
Now for the details, how to’s and before shots, when I thought I had an EPIC FAIL on my hands, how I fixed that epic fail PLUS a
$100 Dixie Belle Paint Giveaway! Continue reading
Ever since I made this beaded drapery tieback I’ve been wanting to try it again.
When traditional metal curtain hardware wasn’t doing the trick
for this curtain I suggested we try a funky beaded tieback.
Several weeks ago, Sandy contacted me about a new valance for her kitchen. She already had her fabrics picked out as well as an inspiration photo.
What made this scalloped valance a bit trickier than other valances was the large rooster pattern in her fabric and the necessity of paying close attention to the pattern repeat.
If you look close you’ll notice the pattern repeated within the valances above. A more subtle repeat but still evident.
Many times I’m privileged to work with different members of the same family.
Recently, I painted metallic stripes for nursery. Twice!
Emily is expecting a baby girl in a few months and asked for gold metallic stripes in her nursery. Emily’s mom, Christina, liked the idea as well so grandma’s nursery received silver metallic stripes!
Today I’m sharing all the details on how to paint your own metallic stripes.