One of my favorite projects to do is a nursery update. A long-time friend and client of mine called me to refresh and “grow-up” her son Dylan’s nursery. Graduating from a crib to a bed can be one of the best ways to incorporate new ideas and colors. My client wanted to keep the soft color scheme that she adored—soft blues, whites and sage. […]
Nothing can beat custom window treatments to finish out a room, but not everyone has a budget for custom design. If you like the look of the rugby window treatments above used in this boys’ room by Liz Carroll Interiors, then you can get a similar look with the new Rugby Blackout Panels from Pottery Barn Kids shown below. I
Drumroll…the votes are in, and we have two favorite projects of August! Congratulations to brookeevan on your amazingly unique and thoughtful room design. The pink and green preppy combo is classic, but it’s those cool accents you mixed in that give your project such zest. And wow, we were all blown away by your party planning, melissa711. You could not
The summer season officially winds down this week so it’s nice to see that you, our loyal readers, are showing no signs of stopping. With your colorful, vibrant projects and creative parties, you are ready to embrace a new season. While enjoying the final, long holiday weekend of summer, please be sure to tell us which project you “like” the
Congratulations to Melissa711 for creating a boys’ dream golf birthday party. This theme works beautifully for a shared birthday party of siblings, especially T(hr)EE and FORE, as children of all ages love to tee-off. Everything, from the invitations to the scorecards to the cupcakes, was executed in true “par-tee” fashion. Nice job! Par-Tee Time by Melissa711 Click Here for More
Happy Monday everyone! It’s the start of a new week, and we are excited to announce the new Project of the Week. Congrats to lizcarrollinteriors for being this week’s readers’ pick! Blue and Green Big Boy Room by lizcarrollinteriors Click Here to View More Photos and Details Want to be one of next week’s picks for Project of the Week?