Rainy days don’t always mean gloom and doom; for children, they mean play-days in raincoats and galoshes, splashing and jumping in puddles. So why not bring some of that fun (minus the actual water) into the nursery? […]
Okay, lets get one thing clear. I love Halloween! I love the costumes, I love the color palette, I love the spookiness and I love the candy! This year I wanted to give out some candy of my own in the form of design. So I asked myself, “How can I bring candy into the home as a design element?”
In the past few years, nursery design has greatly expanded from the days of pink or purple for girls and blue or green for boys. Designers and homeowners alike are thinking outside the box, using unique color schemes in their nurseries and children’s rooms. We, of course, think this is a fabulous trend, and thankfully, we have a lot of
Much like adding a scarf or necklace—or that fabulous pair of earrings—to your outfit, adding accents and styling elements to a room creates that final layer of the design that completes our rooms. Room accessories add special moments; we encourage our clients to layer their rooms with items that are meaningful and some that just work well with the room.