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Shark Attack Shared Boys Room

The perfect room for two boys looking to get creative and have fun escaping sharks and using their imaginations. I created this room with a nautical surf vibe for two sweet boys. I wanted to make it exciting but also be a place that they can grow into for many years to come. The existing furniture was complimented with a custom wall mural, a grow with me modern desk, shark bedding and a gallery wall. I absolutely love this one and so do my sweet clients!

Soft Neutral Nursery

My client knew she wanted something neutral and serene, and she loved animals. She hinted at the idea of a wallpapered accent wall, and of course, I convinced her to wallpaper the whole space.
It took a while to choose the wallpaper since it had to be very neutral and soft, and it also had to have an animal theme (but nothing too juvenile so the wallpaper can last many years). We settled on the perfect pattern that had a hand-drawn feel and was grown-up enough to be versatile.
I chose a gorgeous neutral furniture collection that has a slight rubbed finish to add some warmth and texture to the space. The small iron details also add a touch of masculinity to pair with the very subtle pale blue accents.
Any animal-themed nursery has to have these baby animal photographs, and my client was in love with them from day one. Half the fun is going through all the options and choosing the right combination of animals. Of course, these are framed with plexiglass instead of real glass since they are hanging over the crib, and they are very well secured to the wall.
I love the combination of taupe and gray. It may sound like two neutral tones will compete, but they actually work so well together, especially since the wood flooring has so many variations of color. We also pulled in elements of ivory and white. This is one of my all-time favorite gliders, and every client I’ve suggested it to loves how modern it is while still remaining cozy and comfortable.
This nursery, like most, isn’t a very large room, so I opted to add a mirror over the changing table, which helps to open up the space and bounce light around the room. I love how it reflects the great rope light fixture as well.  Lastly, I always try to sneak in some greenery if at all possible, and these little wall vases were the perfect way to do that!

bohemian inspired room

A Bohemian Inspired Room – Tour this Inviting and Charming Bedroom

We said goodbye to the pink walls. We said goodbye to the tiny dressing table. And we said goodbye to all things that were making this space a little dysfunctional. Oh, how I wish I had a “before photo” so I could share it here. So, what do you say, are you ready to tour this bohemian inspired room?
We started designing this beautiful bedroom for #clientniece last Summer. Note to self, don’t start working on a new design project the same day the kids finish school. It’s just not a good idea. Taking on a new design project while handling the shop, the kids, and all the mimosas; calls for a bit of stalling. Do you know what I mean? But we got it done. And to make this project even more fun and unique, we did a lot of DIY projects while designing this room as well. Like the DIY bed cover tassel, the fun wall hooks, and the super cute shelving system.
My niece is turning thirteen next week. So the overall goal was to design a space that looked more like her now, while still keeping the overall aesthetic of the house. I wanted to design a room for her that felt fresh and welcoming. Using lots of white details, wood tones, a colorful, but not too colorful gallery wall, and bohemian-inspireded items, we feel like we definitely got the job done. And the best compliment comes from my niece’s friends, who now want Julia’s aunt to design their rooms too.

All White Nursery

All White Nursery

This all white nursery was a challenge to design!  My customer had requested a nursery design in all white, with a few touches of silver or gray and a very subtle celestial theme. I chose pieces that were sleek and modern but that were also functional and easily cleaned.
She already owned the white crib and didn’t want to go overboard with fabrics in the room, so we opted to do only a fitted sheet on the crib and forgo the skirt.  This nursery was on the large side, so we had plenty of space for additional furniture items, like the storage bench under the window.  The silver celestial chandelier adds so much to the space and also creates fun shadows on the wall at night!
I love using details that are dimensional in a nursery, so to add to our celestial theme, I used some custom cut wood moon and stars in her chosen colors.  The main statement artwork is a beautiful silver moon print with a shimmering metallic finish. It mirrors the tiny little stars on the crib sheet. This room also had a large curved wall and high ceilings, which fit perfectly with the celestial theme.

Dark Floral Navy Nursery

Jocelyn’s Dark Floral Navy Nursery

Sweet baby Jocelyn is almost here, and we were lucky enough to work with her momma on this fabulous nursery install! Who said navy isn’t for girls? This ultra feminine nursery is the perfect combination of navy, coral, and pink that will grow with her room design for years to come.
The paper flowers above the crib were a must-have, and we love the 4d effect and colors that coordinate with the bedding and curtains. The natural jute rug helps pull all the bold colors together, and the white glider and dresser offer a nice contrast against the dark hues.

Neutral Pastel Nursery

Neutral Pastel Nursery

I met with my client in her brand new home in Los Feliz, California, and I was delighted by the space she showed me. Full of natural light, original molding and wood floors, this room was ready to be transformed into a pretty pastel nursery for her baby girl. With shopping favorites like Anthropologie and West Elm, this client is pretty much a dream! We decided on neutral walls to keep the space light and bright, and then we layered in shades of white and ivory with lots of texture and some pops of mint green and pale pink.