Head on over to Jt & the Sea to see the details and budget tips on this nursery!
It was designed with little guy in mind. Too sweet.
Hope you had a great weekend!
Here is a living room I designed for my sister-in-law. She loves the vintage, linen, breezy, coastal look (minus all the anchors!).
I can’t give away all the sources on this one since it’s for a client, but email me if you’re interested in a certain piece! Check out my design services here. Having a well-designed space that is exactly your style, is easier and more affordable than you think!
Remember this picture from my Kate Spade outing?
I took my cues from the mix of patterns, pink & orange palette, sputnik lighting, eclectic art collection, and white tulip table- so, here is a Kate Spade inspired living room! Lots of pattern and pink, but the neutral sofa grounds the space giving your eye a place to rest.
Check out the art prints, sofa, and tables- they are steals…
I love the calm in this space- the green foliage pattern on the curtains and the natural wood dining set. But, to give it that “twist,” the bright artwork, brass chandelier, and teal chairs bring in the modern and fun.
This design is very versatile. You could easily swap out the wood table for a white table and a wood buffet. If you’re not into teal, then go for red or pink! The options are endless.
What would you swap out?
Sometimes, you have to go all out. I did just that with this office storyboard- it is girly, frilly, sparkly, shiny, and totally uncharacteristic of me. But it felt good. And now, I’ve convinced myself we need to move just so I can have an this office.
But for now, I might just splurge on this garland!
What about you?