Do you recall the chalkboard playroom walls from the other week? Well here’s a real family enjoying them! I recently exchanged emails with one of the fabulous “Material Girls Blog” Designers, Jill Seidner and she kindly shared a fun, chalkboard inspired playroom she designed for a Los Angeles family. When the Coleite Family hired me, they’d just purchased a new
While browsing the blogosphere I found this blog. I admired and drooled over all her picks. I even thought,” Wow, you go and you tell Kelly Wearstler what you think! That takes guts.” (Note: Kelly happens to be one of Little Apple Design’s favorites). Then I became paranoid and thought, is this girl in my head? She’s posted just about
Pam suggested that I name this post, “Oops! I did it again!” I laughed so hard because she’s right. My husband and I have made it to the half way point of our 3rd gut renovation in 4 years. Just last week, we boarded up our renovated bedrooms and embarked on demo throughout the public areas. I am sooo excited
Over-The-Top big time and we mean it as a total compliment… Gold never looked so glorious in baby’s room. Simply gorgeous and dreamy. Unfortunately, I don’t speak Spanish so I couldn’t tell you what this article from the super cool Decopeques site is telling us. But the picture is too lovely for words. Looking for something a bit more kid-friendly?
My mailbox is full of junky catalogs and value pack coupons daily. But every now and then I get a decent catalog. Today’s mail brought Garnet Hill. Sure, I know Garnet Hill, where respectable woman’s clothing and jewelry pieces are showcased but this time, the catalog was dedicated to kids. Not anticipating finding anything I would actually buy, I quickly
Congrats to blogging friends Tiny Decor for launching their entirely eco-friendly boutique this month! Tiny Decor promotes “naturally modern” nurseries and they do so with great style and fresh designs. What better way to kick off your eco-friendly nursery or playroom with inspiration boards from their Nursery Design Guide created by owner and designer, Jackie Hernandez. The beauty of the