I’m so excited to finally reveal project nursery! We had a few hiccups (I’m looking at you, dresser) but it’s done and I could not be happier. It’s a dreamy space that I plan on her growing into. I think the older she gets, a great upholstered headboard would look lovely on the main wall. Check it out:
You can shop my nursery below:
Bedding (sheet, skirt)
Giraffe Basket, Swaddles
Changing Pad Cover, Topper
Drapery Panel, Rod
Maya Angelou Print
I hope you love it as much as me! Happy Saturday!
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One portfolio I’m currently stalking is Fox Group Construction. This custom home and luxury estate builder out of Salt Lake City is hitting it out of the park. Not only are the interiors impressive, but the exteriors are works of art. Take a look:
All imagery via Fox Group Construction
My sweet friend in New York (we’ll call her “Lauren”) is currently hustling in the city, studying to get her PHD, teaching several classes and volunteering with the Junior League. You know, all in a day’s work. She currently lives in Brooklyn and would be much better served to live closer in the city. While the commute from the Upper East Side may be just as hectic, this apartment is PERFECT for her personality (minus the nursery of course). Take a look!
Stunning right? White walls in NYC is the perfect application.
Imagery sourcing here
Shop the design: rug, bed, desk, chair, desk lamp, nightstand, lamp, ottoman, dresser, lounge chair, pillow, mirror
I completed an E-Design for a client this weekend and loved it too much not to share. She is converting a little boys room into a big boy room with the ability to be used as a guest space when needed. I went a little sophisticated and love the end result. It makes great use of her current pieces and provides practical storage solutions, all while maintaining a great look. What do you think?
Hope your week is off to a great start!
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The last Get the Look post got a great response, so I’m giving this another go.
Sometimes a shot on Pinterest really jumps out at me. This week it was the above. I am a sucker for a twin bed. They’re so cute. This palate is so subtly glam. I love the tiny pops of orange. The goat bench shown is awesome, but a whooping $1600. I found a nice little alternate from Zgallerie. Here’s my take:
Rug | Stool | Bed | Striped Pillow | Lambskin Pillow | Drape | Chandelier | Pouf | Desk | Lamp | Basket | Vase | Art | Chair (similar)
Are you a lover or hater?
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One of my friends posted a blush pink sofa on Pinterest yesterday and I cannot stop thinking about it.
I love a blush accent. It takes a bolder client (maybe one of the single girl nature), but I love the mood it sets.
So calming and beautiful.
The sofa she posted is this cute little number from CB2. Now I wouldn’t go all pink. Like most of the inspiration shots, I would have one key element. Like this:
What do you think? Fan or foe?
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I have some very talented friends. There were three girls that I worked with in Dallas for four years that became really close friends. We have all since gone separate ways, all very successful. I have learned from all three and am lucky to be their friends.
The first is Lauren. (more…)
DBK readers, meet Lauren. (more…)
Drapery is an easy thing to do, well, wrong. Many people don’t know that their technique is, well, wrong. (more…)