You may recognize portions of this lovely home from previous posts about window treatments featuring a gray, orange and ivory color scheme.
Today, it’s the chair and ottoman’s turn to shine! What a transformation! Continue reading
Do you remember these pillows from this post?
Did you see these cuties and wonder just what the rest of the room looked like?
I’m not always fortunate enough to photograph an entire room after a project is finished. But in this case Jenni graciously invited me back into her home so I could take pictures of her daughter’s beautiful bedroom! Just for you!
Age old question…Can you have too many throw pillows?
While not a new question around here, it’s definitely one worth debating again.
When it comes to making the bed or straightening the sofa I’m sure many would answer with a resounding…”YES, you can have too many pillows!”.
And yet, every time I walk through a fabric store I imagine all the pillow possibilities. I can’t help it!
If you’re a fan of color and pattern you’re going to love the curtains and pillows we made for Stacey’s kitchen and family room.
Stacey fell in love with these whimsical home office curtains and wanted to incorporate the same sense of color and whimsy into her new curtains.
Drawing from our inspiration curtains we recreated the fun with a large scale black & white houndstooth, turquoise velvet, gold linen, red damask and 3 trims.
When my niece, Libby, told us she was using a baseball theme for her nursery decor the creative wheels started turning. What could I make for baby Cooper?
I’m not always able to make baby gifts but when I can I really enjoy the process. For Cooper I wanted to piece a baseball pillow so I began my search on Pinterest.
Nothing. Nada. I couldn’t find one quilt, one pillow, one anything that fit the idea I had in my head as well as my quilting skills.
So, I did the next best thing and made one up!
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.
Have you heard about The Gallery here at Beyond the Screen Door?
Not too long after I started blogging I created a photo gallery to help clients view my window treatments and pillows designs. What started out with just a few photos has grown to include over 360 photos of window treatments, pillows and miscellaneous projects in all shapes, sizes, colors and patterns! That’s a lot of photos!
I recently updated the Gallery to a more user friendly format. When you visit The Gallery (click on the little glass Gallery knob just under the header above) you’ll see the various categories to choose from.
I loved this sweater vest. Especially the fringe.
But it didn’t like me. Every time I wore it I felt frumpy.
As I was relegating it to the garage sale pile I had second thoughts.
No second thoughts about keeping it to wear…thoughts about what I could make with it.