Design Reveal

Design Reveal: Roll into this Skateboarding Bedroom

Skateboarding Boy's Room

When Chase’s mom approached us to design a room for her five-year-old son, we couldn’t have been more excited! He is the only boy in the family, and he wanted a space he could call his own. His requests were simple—he loves skateboarding and surfing, and he just wanted a room that was cool. […]

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Design Reveal: Cute & Chic Pink Butterfly Nursery

Pink Butterfly Nursery Accent Wall

I love the process of collaborating with other designers! You know, sometimes a design salad is exactly what is on the menu. On this special project, I was very excited to work with Bracha Schulhoff of Petit Pram in Cedarhurst, New York. […]

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Children's Playrooms, Design Reveal

This Closet-Turned-Playroom is Mom’s Best Kept Secret

Playroom and Reading Nook

My husband and I knew upon moving into our home that we had plenty of space for storage. There’s a decent sized closet under the stairs, and we knew that if it didn’t have a purpose, it would quickly start collecting junk…so we decided to utilize it for our kids. […]

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Bright & Fun Room for Siblings + Room Makeover Giveaway!

Bright & Fun Room for Siblings - Project Nursery

Last week, I shared my four- and seven-year-old’s shared bedroom, complete with before photos, and announced that I was partnering with Pottery Barn Kids on a total room makeover. I’m super excited that it’s finally time for the big reveal. […]

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Celebrity Style, Design Reveal

“The Guncles” Baby Boy Nursery Reveal

Dragon Theme Nursery

We’ve followed “The Guncles” Bill Horn and Scout Masterson’s growing family for their daughter’s sweet birthday parties and big girl room makeover. We are so pleased to be showing off their latest adventure—baby Bosley, or Boz for short. […]

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Big Kid, Design Boards, Design Inspiration, Design Reveal

Shared Space: A Room Makeover for Gray & Sloane

Shared Brother and Sister Room

Raise your hand if you have to bunk two kids in one room? Now, keep your hand up if they are brother and sister. Me too! I have to say, I love having two kids in one room because it totally works for our family. […]

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