Last week was the premiere of the new Lifetime series, Devious Maids. The story, by the same creator as Desperate Housewives, isn’t exactly child friendly, but there was one scene in particular that was very memorable to us, and not because of any scandal. […]
One of the best ways to start a new design project is by gathering inspiration. Other cultures make for a great source of new ideas. Often times, I find the places I have traveled offer textiles, colors and other new ideas that can be translated into my own home. They also make a connection to the places I have been.
I am always looking for new inspiration to incorporate into the nursery and child’s room. With all the new ways to find ideas on the web, it is easy to take inspiring ideas and translate them into your home. Trends today are full of color and detail; I love that we are becoming more daring in our pattern choices. From
To me, childhood is all about play. As adults, we get busy with the day to day and forget to embrace the child inside all of us. You are never too old to play, and the creative spirit is always alive no matter what age. Creating a special space where imagination can be nurtured is what “playrooms” are all about.
Every so often, I like to do a post about rooms that inspire me. When I find my clippings file of my favorite things starting to overflow, I know it’s time to share some of my findings. I know that we’re all designing for our own personal spaces, but sometimes it’s helpful to look outside our comfort zone and discover
Wow Project Nursery readers, you’re making this a task! After much consideration we bring you the finalists for May’s Room Project of the Month! Our Project Gallery uploads were fearless this month. We narrowed it down to these five inspirational spaces and can’t wait to hear who is your favorite!