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Posts Tagged ‘Mid-Century’

In the Nursery with Phoebe Schuh

| November 13, 2014

Phoebe named her design studio PS & Daughters when babies were still in the hazy future, and what do you know, she’s expecting her first daughter any day now! She has graciously invited us into her daughter’s space. […]

Design Reveal: A Modern Lime Green Nursery

| February 11, 2014

This modern lime green nursery is special to us because it was designed for a very good friend. She and her husband wanted to create a fresh and modern space for their new baby girl. […]

Cute for a Cause: Good Shepherd Center for Women and Children, LA

| August 6, 2012

Back in January, I was contacted by Nicole Yonke of Annette English & Associates, an interior design firm based in Los Angeles. Nicole asked if I would be interested in working with them and Reggie Sully of McCoy Construction (they create incredible homes for some of our most famous Hollywood royalty) and donating time to create a children’s […]

Tiny Tin Dollhouses: A Retro Nursery Accessory

| June 5, 2012

Back in the 1950s, the average home size was under 1000 square feet. Since then, homes have more than doubled in size with the average new American family home being above 2,300 square feet. Is bigger always better? This illustration from the National Plan Service, courtesy of Indiana Coal and Lumber company, portrays an idyllic version […]

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