This home became one of my favorites the moment I walked in the door. Decorated entirely in shades of gray and ivory with wood and metal accents, the living room is stunning!
When I met with Stacy she had a specific vision in mind for her new window treatments.
It was my job to bring that vision to life.
One of the best spaces to experiment with color and pattern combinations is in the kid’s rooms. These fabrics were used in Carol’s “grandkid’s” space to create a fun and color-filled space for her grandkids to play and sleep.
Orange and pink paisley, same fabric-different colors, were the starting point for the window treatment and pillows for this bunk-like room where grandaughters spend the night.
The process of choosing a window treatment fabric and design can be a lengthy endeavor. It can take hours, days or even weeks.
In this case it took minutes!
I love it when that happens! The right fabric at the right time for the right client.
And my client Amy wins the award for “Fastest Decision Maker” on record!
Painting this bed crown was a treat! I love it when my job takes me a outside the norm. I work with fabric 90% of the time so it’s great when a custom paint project comes along.
Helping Michelle and Lily with this room allowed me to
paint medallions and tiebacks as well as this adorable bed crown.
When we began the process of designing the window treatments for Lily’s bedroom our plan was to also create curtains for a bed crown or canopy to hang above her bed.
The perfect solution came together with sheer dotted curtains and an unfinished wood crown we custom painted to match Lily’s room.
Today I’m sharing the behind the scenes, under the scenes, details and tutorial for this simple animal print valance.
This window treatment came about when my client said she’d like to
upcycle a pair of existing window treatments that she had from her previous home.
The original curtains were the Bosphorus Toile panels. We only had 2 curtain panels to use between 2 windows so we added the valance to create an entirely new look. We chose a brown & black animal print called Cheetah, a red velvet & green chenille to complement the toile.
Today is my Mom’s birthday! Happy Birthday, Mom! In honor of this special day I’m sharing a mini tour of my parent’s home.
Each January, Mom keeps a select few of her holiday snowmen out for winter decor.
Let’s start the new year with some color!
Maybe not as much crazy color as you’ve seen before here on the blog but color nonetheless.
This home is painted a calming Worldly Gray by SW with pops of color scattered throughout. We used this colorful fabric to bring that color into the kitchen.