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Thursday, April 27, 2017
We recently transitioned Charlie to a twin bed, and surprisingly (because it was only like what, 2.5 years ago with Reese?) we had forgotten what a complete transition that is......for everyone's sleep. Can you hear my panic? Maybe I'm imagining it, but I think we are slowly making progress. Anyways, one thing that helps me keep my mind off of the feeling of "what did we just do?!" is focusing on designing the girls bedroom without the crib. Recently, I've been drawn blush and green, whether it's a grey/green or a deep fern green.....I'm loving it all.
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Hey guys, I'm excited to share something that has been in the works for the past month.....I've joined the Homepolish design team here in Boston! I'm still going to be here on the blog, still taking e-design and in-person design clients, just adding Homepolish to the mix. Along those lines, I thought I would share one of my latest projects with you:
I love everything about this room, but for me the rug and the Kara Rosenlund art print really pull everything together. And If you have any projects you need help with I'd love to help- just shoot me an email.
Thursday, April 6, 2017
As mentioned before, I'm hosting Easter this year! I couldn't be more excited to have my parents in town to experience Easter with the girls. Last summer and fall, the girls and I collected tons of mussel shells from the beach near our house, and have been gradually putting them to use. The natural blue ombre in mussel shells is so gorgeous, and I loved idea of incorporating them in our Easter tablescape. Using this pen, I created these pretty place cards for the table. As you can see in the bottom picture, due to the shine of the shell it is tricky to pick up the lettering on camera, but in person they are so so pretty.
Though I plan on trading out the dried Eucalyptus for fresh greens/flowers, this is the general idea. I used one of my old scarves as a table runner, and there you go! Simple.