When first starting on Owen's room after he had outgrown the nursery, Susan was certain of three things - she wanted Farrow & Ball Cromarty walls, a vintage chalkboard, and an Eventide Pennant Co name pennant! She wanted to create a space that mixed the old and new and was a fun and inviting place for a 2 year-old boy.
Purple Unicorns. Not the title of most people's mood boards, but the only two qualifiers for bedroom decor for Lucy, 5 year-old daughter of Kim and Scott Vargo of Yellow Brick Home based in Chicago. This classic girly girl worked with her favorite interior designers, mom and dad, as she hand picked her big girl bedroom frills.
Sometimes you walk into a home and plan out a purpose for each room before you can even call it your own. Other times, rooms have to evolve alongside your family. Michelle Milowe took a moody guest room and replaced it with a vintage cottage inspired toddler boys room....
Ashley is a talented interior designer living in St. Louis, MO with her husband and two daughters, Piper and Lottie (18 months). In her opinion, the key to designing a good nursery is creating a transitional place. Starting with an ageless foundation with the walls, furniture, and lighting, she then adds in accessories and decor pieces to give that soft, cozy feel.
Last weekend, my husband and took a road trip from coastal South Carolina to central Virginia. Here is a list of names inspired by towns, roads, creeks, cities and other landmarks that caught my eye as we were driving.