I am truly inspired by people’s vast creativity and endless craftiness. My mom and I were recently flipping through old Sunset magazines looking for recipes to try (hello fish tacos, yum!) when a DIY project caught my eye. In my opinion, doing it yourself never goes out of style, and this particular project was to glam up an old drum
A lot of thought goes into the details of your kid’s room such as…what bedding to buy? what color to paint? what art to display? The list goes on and on so I thought I would bring to “light” a few picks for some overhead fixtures. This may be a little bit of a splurge, but so worth the impact.
San Francisco Interior designer and owner of Anyon Interior Design, Lindsay Brier, recently acquired a new and very important client, her son Hawken. When Lindsay learned she was expecting a baby boy she quickly went into designer mode and started to plan the nursery. She was eager to make her son’s room a cohesive part of their home in both
So, I came across this new bedding at Target. It is the Dwell Studio for Target Studio Fun Dot…
We love a good blend. I’m not talking about a great Bordeaux or California red, I’m talking nursery design. Blending styles makes a room so interesting. Arizona based mom-to-be, Valerie pulled from both romantic and modern styles to create a stunning nursery for her daughter Serafina who is set to arrive any minute. Love the yellow accent wall and gold
What aspiring little princess doesn’t love the color pink, a crystal chandelier and sparkly butterflies? When planning her daughter Taylor’s nursery, mom Shannon was leaning toward traditional decor but also wanted to create a room filled with soft, feminine touches and a sprinkle of fantasy. Tailored wide beige stripes where painted on the walls and hand-painted trees where added in