Nursery design is SO MUCH FUN! We had the pleasure of working with MEG from  What’s Up Moms in designing her nursery for new baby Ryder!   The room was already set for a little ones but needed to have design and DIY charm added in for a calm sweet look for welcoming the new addition to the family. The Classic Design Package was selected and the goal was to stay in neutral grey tones with a few navy accents for baby Ryder! Check out the BEFORE, Style Board Design and AFTER photos here! Nursery

So you’re now all grown up and college and you are about to have you own first space (or one shared by a roommate or 4). Everyone tells you the must haves and that dorm rooms should be efficient….yeah, yeah, yeah, study, study, study! They should also be fun and reflect who you are! Check out this fun room and how to get the look:   1. Pom Pom Curtains – Rosenberry Rooms   /   2. Louis Armstrong Told Us So World Map – Society 6   /   3.  Be You…Art, Framed Meh,

DIY isn’t only for those who wish to save a little money while making their house more beautiful-sometimes it just gives your home the right kind of look that can’t be found from store-bought items. We found these cool DIY projects and we’re pretty sure they will strike your fancy too! 1. Washi Tape Frames 2. Ombre Painting Looks Money 3. Disguised Phone Cords With Yarn Wrap 4. Painted Faux Headboard – Can be changed to fit any mood! 5. Origami Drop Light 6. Iron-on Heart Pillow 7. Fun Design Cork

“I have said that black has it all. White too. Their beauty is absolute. It is the perfect harmony.” —Coco Chanel   Powerful, stark, neutral, classic, modern, clean, sexy, graphic, elegant… Black and white interiors embody each and every one of these characteristics. You can never go wrong with this endlessly chic combination of color.   You can balance the two colors equally for a more graphic approach, allow white to become the dominant color to create space and light, or use black to make a room sexy and dramatic.

Animal Instincts + RAWRRRR Decor

By: Casey Gerber

September 17, 2014

There’s no need to tame the beast when it comes to interior design. Want to make a statement? Well then, let your spirit animal take center stage. Here’s a few inspiring images that make a big impression! Subtly Obvious – It seems like this zebra just belongs in the space and he definitely makes it a much more dynamic interior.   Blended Form – The white on white makes this massive elephant sculpture more of an art piece. It has an amazing presence but don’t overpower.     Eclectic Poise – This mounted

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